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State and Local Homeschool Resourses

State and Local Homeschool Resources

TeenPact Leadership School

Changing lives to change the world.

TeenPact trains young people to be leaders who will impact the nation and world for Jesus Christ. This is a comprehensive leadership experience that challenges students to grow both personally and spiritually. During the one day, four day, political communication workshop or alumni event students will enjoy meeting and interacting with other Christian young people and leaders from across their state. Students will come away from TeenPact with a realization of their spiritual capacity as young people and a desire to change America for Christ.



National Homeschool Honor Society

Chi Mu Chapter

For more information contact Stephanie Griffith at [email protected] or 817-545-7915.
National Home School Honor Society website:
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The purpose of the Chi Mu chapter of the National Home School Honor Society is to recognize and encourage scholarship among home school students and to help foster integrity in students through leadership, community service, teamwork, and scholarship. Chi Mu strives to provide opportunities for the development of these traits.



Stoa

Christian Homeschool Speech and Debate


Stoa is a national High School and Junior High Speech and Debate organization serving the needs of privately educated, Christian Homeschooling families. Stoa trains and supports leaders who in turn develop students into confident, articulate leaders who can change their culture through the marketplace of ideas. Our students become like family, learning to encourage one another, accept criticism, and accept both victory and defeat with grace. Our graduates have become leaders at every level of work, community, and ministry.

Local Clubs

ASAP       Weatherford, Contact: Kim Horton 817-688-3460

Invictus Fides - "Invincible Faith"         Southlake/Keller


Mission Statement:  To provide an opportunity for young musicians in the Parker County area to grow in their music education through an orchestra experience, and to honor God in the process.

Anyone who is a high school senior or younger is invited to audition for the orchestra.  Acceptance into the orchestra is based on ability, and we ask that string players are in at least book three of Suzuki (or comparable playing ability), and that wind and percussion students have at least 2-3 years of experience.

- Open to all string, wind, and percussion students with 2-3 years of experience.

- WYO meets Sunday afternoons from 2:30 - 4pm September - April

- 20 rehearsals per year, 4 concerts

- All rehearsals and concerts will be at Victory Baptist Academy and Church in Weatherford, TX

- Tution:$120 / year, sibling discount of $60

- Leadership opportunities within the orchestra with regular chair tests for advancement

- Rehearsals will consist of a short classroom segment focusing on instrumental technique and leadership skills followed by music rehearsal

- Each concert cycle will consist of at least 3 new pieces of various styles

Go to http://weatherfordyouthorchestra.com/ to register or for more information.



Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge9601 Fossil Ridge Road
Fort Worth, TX 76135

Education is an important part of our mission at the Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge (FWNC&R). It is our goal to educate our community about the importance of preserving our natural resources. Individuals are unique and have different learning styles; for this reason, we provide a variety of options.

Field Experiences
Nothing can replace learning about our natural world by being immersed in its beauty. Our staff can supplement classroom curriculum with real examples in the wild. Groups that visit for a field experience include public schools, private schools, home school groups, scouting groups, civic groups and more.

Outreach
If you cannot make a trip to the FWNC&R, one of our naturalists can visit your school or group. We can bring some of our animal ambassadors and artifacts to enhance your educational experience.

Community Wide Events
We are often invited by groups throughout the Greater Fort Worth area to share information about the FWNC&R. We are happy to come out to your event to share our Mission with your participants and promote outdoor learning experiences.

Holiday and Summer Programs
In a typical school year schedule, students have breaks for the holidays and the summer. During these times we provide programs the entire family can come out and enjoy. Some of our programs during the holidays can include specialty hikes, canoeing and our famous Bison Feeding Hayrides. During the summer, when children are out of school, we offer summer camps for students to experience the outdoor world and learn about the many facets that makes nature so special and important.


Make the Amon Carter your destination for teaching resources! Discover ways to make cross-curricular connections, whether at the museum, online, or through the museum’s distance-learning services.

Regardless of what discipline or grade level you teach, the Amon Carter’s professional educators have developed effective programs and materials to help you bring American art into your classroom.


Growing together family programs

Field Study Trips

Educator Programs

Preschool Outreach

Adult Workshops