We are work hard to keep these lists updated, but sometimes things change without us knowing, so be sure to call and check the conatct info or check FB to make sure the events are happening before you go. Thank you.
Zeta Pi Chapter Eta Sigma Alpha National Home School Honor Society
The purpose of Eta Sigma Alpha National Home School Honor Society shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among home school students. To achieve this purpose, Eta Sigma Alpha National Home School Honor Society shall provide opportunities for the development of leadership and service. Eta Sigma Alpha shall encourage the development of an intellectual climate that will stimulate the exchange of ideas and ideals, foster scholarship, and promote academic excellence. Eta Sigma Alpha shall also advocate homeschooling as a viable and successful educational methodology and act as a liaison for homeschooling to the general public, colleges/universities, and the media." Sponsored by the Magnolia Gulf Coast Beta Club, the Zeta Pi received its charter in 2015. Zeta Pi membership is available to students who are homeschooled and who meet the academic requirements of the honor society. Students may apply as early as the end of the spring semester of the 7th grade year. High school seniors’ applications will not be accepted after the October of their senior year. Membership applications will be accepted from July 1 through October 31. Membership in Eta Sigma Alpha National Home School Honor Society is an opportunity for home school scholars to be rewarded for their academic successes. We hope that you will choose to apply for this honor. Review the application form for membership guidelines and application requirements.
2nd Wednesday morning only a few times a year. See info packet on group page. $40 per year. Suzanne Stafford https://www.facebook.com/groups/ZetaPiESA/
(Other athletics also available through city and church leagues for younger children. These are additional options for homeschool families with older children who want to participate in sports.)
Boykin Park (Theodore)
Baseball and Softball through 16 yrs. Like the Facebook page for details.
Theodore Athletic Association (TAA)
Patrick.email@example.com; Baseball/softball ages 3-15. www.TAAsportscomplex.com
Homeschool Track and Field, TUES/ Thursday February 8th through May 8th. Jennifer Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dreamland Skate Center
(251) 661-6997; www.dreamlandskatecenter.com P.E.Classes every other Friday 10am-12pm. Tiny Tots (ages 8 and under) The other Fridays, 10am-12pm
951 Downtowner Blvd, Mobile (251) 344-4856; Offers $3 indoor free swim 1-3pm every Friday. www.ysal.org
Inner Strength Martial Arts
9120 Airport Blvd. Mobile AL. 36608 251-776-1978 www.ismartialarts.com/ Home School class Mondays and Wednesdays 11am-12am 60.00 a month 2nd child 40.00
900 Schillinger Rd. Mobile 251-650-0699 Home school Classes Wednesday at 2pm
Home School Bowling AMF Camellia Lanes
125 Schillinger Rd N (251) 639-1221 $5.00 per person - each bowler gets 2 games and shoes for that day - Wednesday from 2pm. Kristy Townsend, 251-751-7255
Miscellaneous Classes, Clubs and Civic Opportunities (Mobile County)
Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center
(251) 208-6818; www.exploreum.com preschool "Little Discoveries" Sci classes free to members, or the cost to get in on Wed (watch Facebook to see when these classes start back.
HOW (Hearts of Worship)
Hearts of Hope Church 10160 Bldg E. , Mobile (251) 599-8571 or (251) 895-5380, offers Dance, Tumbling, Drama, Art. Also, homeschool edu classes. For more information see www.how-mobile.com.
(251) 574-8445; www.offices.aces.edu/mobile email@example.com Archery, Junior Master Gardener, Leadership, Sewing, Animal Sciences and more
Raptors 4-H Archery
Archery for 9-18 yr olds. Tuesday 4:30-6pm. $20 per year (join) plus finger tabs & arm guard and tournament fees. April and Ben Craft (leaders) . 2515139897 Adeline (REA) FB : Raptors Archery
www.azaleatrailmaids.com; firstname.lastname@example.org The Mobile Azalea Trail Maids serve as the city's "Official Ambassadors" at many events, both locally and nationally
2587 Government Boulevard, Mobile (251) 476-4600; www.bsamac.org The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations.
Civil Air Patrol United States Air Force Auxiliary
Distinguished Young Women
(251) 438-3621; www.distinguishedyw.org Distinguished Young Women is a national scholarship program that inspires high school girls to develop their full, individual potential through a fun, transformative experience that culminates in a celebratory showcase of their accomplishments. Distinguished Young Women strives to give every young woman the opportunity to further her education and prepare for a successful future.
3483 Springhill Avenue, Mobile (251) 344-3330; www.girlscoutssa.org Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place!
Heritage Girls American Heritage Girls
is the premier national character development organization for girls ages 5-18 that embraces Christian values and encourages family involvement. www.americanheritagegirls.org
Cottagehilljuniorcivitan@yahoo.com Junior Civitan is an organization of youth service clubs dedicated to making the world a better place. 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, $45 per family. Chrystal Culpepper (251) 490-4850 https://cc18241.wixsite.com/chjc
Gaillard Tech Services
I offer coding tutoring such as Python, Scratch, Java, C#, Web Development, App Development, etc. at the ASMS Makerspace to highschoolers. Tuesdays from 3:45PM-5:00PM. $350 per student and $175 for siblings for the whole semester or $100 per month and $50 per month for siblings. Grey Gaillard. email@example.com
MACH Robotics Mobile Area Coalition of Homeschoolers
MACH stands for Mobile Area Coalition of Homeschoolers. We compete annually in the BEST Robotics competition (bestrobotics.org). Our team is comprised of traditionally homeschooled 6th-12th grade students. We begin registration around the end of July. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information and registration packets.
The entire team meets every Friday 1-4:30pm beginning around the second week of August. Individual divisions may have additional meetings throughout the season. The season wraps up the first week of December.
$175 per student; $300 family maximum; We provide fundraising opportunities.
6th-12th grades. Contact for more info: email@example.com
Stephanie Maples, machrobotics.org , Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube: MACH Robotics
Mobile Bay Area Homeschool National Honor Society
300 Oakleigh Place, Mobile, (251) 432-1281; www.historicoakleigh.com The Oakleigh Belles are a group of young women who represent the Historic Mobile Preservation Society and the community as ambassadors of southern history, culture, and hospitality.
Peaches Fink, firstname.lastname@example.org Teen Pact was founded with a mission to train youth to understand the political process, value their liberty, defend the Christian Faith, and engage the culture at a time in their lives when, typically, they do not care about such things. 4 day event ages 13-18 in Montgomery during the legislative session. Hands on!! ½ credit for Civics for the 4 day class. Also available 1 day class for ages 8-12. www.teenpact.com
Trail Life USA is a Christian Outdoor Adventure, Character, and Leadership Program for boys and young men. K-12. www.traillifeusa.com
U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Corps
8501 Tanner Williams Rd. Mobile. www.seacadets.org Dunlap Division located at US Coast Guard Aviation Training Center
Full Scale School of Music
63 midtown park e. Mobile al 36606 251-454-6591 Music lessons, classes, concerts, and summer camps. www.fullscaleschool.com
History Museum of Mobile
Learning Lunches, 2nd Wednesday of every month www.museumofmobile.com
Dancing Needles Designs
Kathy Baldridge Mobile, Al. 36619; 251-454-5263 Hand Sewing Classes Beginner to Advanced Machine Sewing Hand Embroidery Classes
Child of the Wild
Our aim is to provide children with nature immersion experiences and reconnect children and their families to the natural world.
Unleashed Learners - Homeschool Nature Co-op- Wednesdays @ Camp Chandler Tonsmiere from 12:30-3:30 starting September 7. Nature Explorers- Homeschool Enrichment Forest School Program - Friday’s @ Five Rivers Delta Center from 11:00-2:30 starting September 9.
Unleashed Learners - $20 a family plus $2 a child monthly. Nature Explorers- $99 a season per child. JP Kinney and/or Rebecca Baxter, Play@childofthewild.us
www.childofthewild.us @childowild Facebook & Instagram
Baldwin County Youth Orchestra
Full Youth Symphony, Beginners Band and Strings Ensemble for Homeschoolers Adult Strings Ensemble Chamber Ensemble, Summer Music Camps, After School Strings Classes Winds Ensemble. Leroy Hughes Call (251) 279-0848, www.bcyorchestra.com
Daphne Soccer DSSC Homeschool Soccer Program Fall 2018 Welcome to Daphne Strike Soccer Club's Homeschool Soccer Program for Fall 2018. This program will provide the physical education curriculum segment that parents and co-ops may be looking for in a fun, aerobic, and educational atmosphere. Groups will be divided by age and ability level. Who: Homeschool Children What: Soccer for all ages (5-16) and all levels (beginner-experienced) When: Tuesdays and Thursdays 10-11:30 beginning the week of Sept. 24 and finishing on Nov. 12. Where: Trione Soccer Fields Cost: $120, sibling discounts available upon request https://www.gotsport.com/asp/application/reg/?ProgramID=73752&Type=PLAYER
Gym and PE, Lisa Mears 251-747-0404 Www.flipcityfoley.com
The ECA Players Musical Theatre Program
We're a musical theatre program affiliated with Evergreen Christian Academy Co-op. We produce a fully staged musical each school year. We offer music, dance, and acting education for students 1st-12th grade. We also have a tech class for 6th-12th grades. Thursdays (some Tuesdays) 1pm, $70 Melissa Laster 251.490.3021 https://www.homeschool-life.com/al/evergreenchristianacademy/
Playhouse in the Park
4851 Museum Dr Mobile, Alabama 36608 (251) 602-0630 Offers acting classes for ages 6-12 on Mondays from 5:00-6:00 and for ages 12 and older on Thursday's from 5:00-6:00!! The auditions for Dracula and Babes in Toy Land will be after Cinderella closes!! I will post the dates and the times!!
Joe Jefferson Playhouse
(community theater, open to all ages) Othello is playing this fall at JJP November. I’m pretty sure they are doing a school show for that. It would be a great high school event.
3995 Cottage Hill Rd Unit C, Mobile, AL 36609 Mobile, Alabama 36609 (251) 307-5056 The PACT is to promote and preserve the art of theatre, music and dance through education and performance. Each student will receive training designed to accommodate their skill level and interests. Each student will train and explore in depth various styles of dance, methods of acting and music. The PACT strives to keep art alive by encouraging students to express themselves through their movements and voice while also helping students to find their style. While training at The PACT students will not only learn dance, theatre and music technique but also terminology and life skills.
Sunny Side Theater
(Christopher Paragone) offers classes and shows for beginners to advanced. Our homeschool group meets in Wednesday mornings and performs at local elementary schools throughout the school year. Auditions for our fall show will be in August.
Impact Youth Theater
(Patti Judah Woods) produces a show in the fall and spring. We are a developmental group that seeks to build confidence, positive self identity and character in our students. Any homeschool student, ages 3 - 18 is welcome to join our cast. Auditions for our fall show, 2018, “A Confectionery Christmas, will be held at Lifeway Community Church, in Loxley, on August 22, 1:30 p.m. Students should come prepared with a monologue or song. Rehearsals will be held weekly on Wednesday’s at Lifeway, at 1:30pm
Our show will be held December 4, 10:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. , at the Daphne Civic Center. In addition to our show we will be hosting “A Confectionery Christmas Gingerbread Competition" entries will be turned in on Monday, December 3. They should be presented on a board no larger than 15”x20”. Entry fee is $5.00, and each entry should be delivered to the Daphne Civic Center on Monday, December 3, between 12:00 noon and and 4::00 p.m. Cash prize to the top 3 entries will be determined by total number of entries presented. All participants will receive a ribbon.
Eastern Shore Repertory Theatre
Call (251) 301-2371 http://easternshorerep.org/
NAS Theatre Company
is a brand new company with our very own studio in Daphne! We focus on a complete training of the arts as opposed to only performing shows. We are currently working on our fall schedule which will include a variety of classes for all age groups, including daytime classes for homeschooled and virtual school students. I am the owner and Director of Music, and as a homeschooling mom of 4 boys, with eight years of homeschooling under my belt, I know how fantastic it is to find daytime classes! For our shows, we have a younger age group and an older age group. The younger group rehearses on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to 6:30. The older group rehearses Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30 to 6:30. Our younger group is currently working on Shrek the musical Jr. which will be performed August 30-September 2. Our older age group is currently working on our production of Les Miserables which will be this November. Follow along on Facebook to stay up-to-date on our upcoming fall schedule! And feel free to reach out to me with any questions! www.nastheatre.com
Washington County Homeschoolers
Classes, 4-H, holiday parties, field trips, Moms Night Out, support, etc.
Free (Subject to change), Summer Ankerson, email@example.com, Washington County AL Homeschool Moms Group