DC Homeschool Opportunities
Maryland, DC, and NOVA Field Trips
Find a field trip in your area! This site has plenty of resources.
Area Sports Teams
This is a volunteer youth sports organization in Capital Hill.
DC Area "Must" List
Do not be alarmed by the code at the top of the page, just scroll down to see the bucket list.
STEM Outreach Program
This annual conference "will focus on students interested in potential STEM careers. This program will feature engaging and informative presentations by an exclusive group of professionals who aim to empower and inspire students about careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics."
Q?irus Homeschool Days at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
The first Monday of every month from October through June is "Q?rius Homeschool Day," when the Smithsonian offers their school programs exclusively to individual homeschool students or small groups of up to 14 students.
A great resource for parents who are looking for ideas on where to go and what to do with children in DC from everyday play to special & seasonal events to classes & camps.
National Building Museum Homeschool Days
Children learn to create buildings and places while focusing on teamwork and problem-solving skills. Homeschool programs accommodate ages 4–14 and a range of ability levels and learning styles. *The Museum’s school programs are designed to accommodate all needs and are ideal for those students with special needs because they are hands-on and designed to complement a variety of learning styles.