*Registration for PE Classes at the Salvation Army is now open. Scroll farther below to access the Fall forms.
Shortcut to Homelink Class Schedule
Looking to just browse the Homelink Class Schedule? Just click on the happy pencil guy!
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
*AS A SHARE MEMBER, DO I HAVE TO TAKE A HOMELINK CLASS? You do NOT have to take a Homelink class to be a SHARE member. But, for insurance purposes, you do have to be a SHARE member to take a Homelink class.
*MAY I DROP OFF MY CHILDREN FOR CLASSES? Yes! You can drop off your child and they stay in the supervised cafeteria in between classes or while waiting to be picked up at no extra cost!
*WHY DOES IT LOOK LIKE SOME OF MY CLASSES ARE MISSING? If you log in to manage your classes and it looks like some of them are missing, be sure to check both CURRENT and FUTURE tabs. When we added a start date of September 6 to some classes, the website considered that a "future" class. Once September 6 comes, they should all be under the "current" classes tab.
*DOES HOMELINK ALLOW PAYMENTS? It all depends on the teacher. Some teachers allow monthly payments, other prefer that you pay by the semester or in full. However, if you are having a financial difficulty right now, every one of our teachers will be happy to work out a payment plan with you. Just contact them.
*HOW DO I CONTACT A TEACHER? Both the public and private Homelink pages have information about contacting teachers. Here is a link:
*I AM CONFUSED ABOUT HOW TO PAY? Here is a link from the website with a tutorial explaining how to make a payment:
*WHEN DO CLASSES BEGIN? Here is a link to our calendar page:
Robinson Karate at the Homelink Gym
This is NOT a Homelink class, but will be held at our Homelink location. Check your email for the details. Classes begin on September 8th.
Our hope is that this will be very convenient for some families to take a Karate class at the Homelink location.
PLEASE CLICK the HOMELINK LOGO BELOW AND YOU WILL BE TAKEN TO THE "Official Homelink Base Page".
- View the 2022-23 Homelink Schedule matrix - When you get to the matrix, please notice that if you click on a class, the description will open up. If you click on a teacher's name, a biography/photo will open.
- Find our Homelink location.
- Read our Homelink Philosophy
- Read about our Operation Fee
- Read our Handbook
- Read various testimonies from Homelink parents
- View our Calendar for the year
- View our teachers and access their email addresses so that you can write them questions
- Ask a question
The Homelink Learning Center is an
"arm" of the S.H.A.R.E homeschool support group.
You must be a member of SHARE to take Homelink classes;
however, as a member of SHARE, you do not
have to take classes. (Many have asked.)
An Encouraging Word!
Become a SHARE member
***CLICK HERE TO BECOME A
S.H.A.R.E. MEMBER TODAY!***
The price is only $25 per year and your membership is good through 8/31/23.
You can use Paypal, a credit card through Paypal or send cash or check (details on the form).
S.H.A.R.E. is an independent support group founded and operated by volunteer parents who home educate their children in the Greater St. Louis Area. Families from all over the St. Louis region and nearby Illinois counties are members of SHARE, although we are based in the South City, South County and Mid County areas.
We are a diverse group of homeschoolers with a wide variety of learning and teaching styles. Some families are large, others are small; some are homeschooling veterans of twenty years, many are just beginning.
The majority of members are Christians and leadership is totally Christian; however, people of all faiths are welcome in S.H.A.R.E. We are united by our choice to homeschool our children and give them the best possible educational experience AND by our desire to protect homeschooling rights in Missouri and elsewhere.
Our main goal is to inform, equip and encourage families in their homeschooling journey!
S.H.A.R.E. offers many activities and classes to supplement and enrich your home education experience, including an E-NEWSLETTER that is filled with both upcoming SHARE activities and other opportunities that your homeschoolers may benefit from. Be the first to find out about such events as:
*FIELD TRIPS (volunteers needed!
*PARTIES (volunteers needed!)
*DANCES AND THE PROM
*OUR ANNUAL ART GALA
*NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM (volunteers needed!)
(We hold 3!--Kindergarten, 8th grade, and High School)
*STANDARDIZED TESTING (volunteers needed!)
Middle School Life Science!
New class for ages 12 and up!
We always get asked to offer 1-semester classes for those who feel like they cannot commit to a full year. This would be a great class to take after lunch. Add on some historical novels and a research paper for the second semester and you have a full-credit elective for your high school student.
A High School French Class is hard to find! But we have!!!
To register, go to the Homelink page on this site.
Middle School Lit & Comp Class
Looking for a wonderful Literature and Writing Class for Your 6th-8th grader? How about a Narnia Book Study?
US Geography & Old School Games
Homelink French Class
High School French 1...parlez vous francais?
This is for all SHARE members but it is held at Homelink.
No sign-up, just come!
*Please note that our Bingo games are usually the first week of the month; however, since there is a lot going in September, it is moved to the second week in September. All other months are the first week.
Cost is free, but we love donations!
Homeschool PE - UPDATED FOR FALL OF 2022
Meet Cort Hubbard
Boxtops Ongoing Tally
Our 2021-2022 earnings goal was: $500.00 We earned $37.20. My assumption is that no one buys items worth Boxtops?
Please click on the image above to go to our Boxtops Page where all your questions can be answered. No more clipping cardboard boxes...just take a picture of your receipt with the app on your phone!
Learn to play chess!
Homeschool Night at the SHARE Library!
Great resource for any new homeschoolers! Plus, check out our SHARE Library!
Looking for How to Homeschool? Watch this!
SOME OF OUR FAVORITE RESOURCES ARE LISTED BELOW!
Support Groups, LearningCenters/Co-ops in the Area
Families for Home Education
Families for Home Education is our Missouri homeschool lobbying organization. Good resource to get a withdrawal letter sample at their home page. Also, check the page for upcoming homeschool seminars--they are wonderful!!! Clicking the logo below will take you to their Region 5 page, which is our area.
Speech and Debate Club
ARCH is an amazing community where children as young as ten can learn alongside seniors in high school. The lessons in rhetoric and public speaking will never be forgotten. This club is a must for any homeschooled child in St Louis!
We are a STOA speech and debate club that meets weekly:
South STL County (Rooftop Church) - Mondays from 2-5pm.
St. Charles County (Liberty Church) - Tuesdays from 7-9pm.
Mon, Aug. 22-1st Meeting South STL County.
Tue, Aug. 23-1st Meeting St. Charles County.
Club leader is Jeremy Zilkie.
. Stoa Speech & Debate is for Christian homeschool students between the ages of 12-18.
· Students ages 10-11 can attend, but need to be “mature” in their educational interests and emotional development.
· The materials and concepts we cover can be challenging and require focus.
Bloom and Grow Speech Therapy
Do you have concerns about your child’s speech or language?
Does your child struggle with academics, vocabulary, following directions, or reading?
Detecting a speech or language problem can be tricky if you don’t know the traits of typical development. The simple rule of thumb is a language problem may exist if a child doesn’t understand and/or express what they want to say as well as other children of the same age. Research shows that the earlier problems are detected and treated, the better children progress and keep pace with peers in learning and social relationships.
Stacy Bick, former homeschooling mom and Speech Therapist at BLOOM AND GROW SPEECH THERAPY (formerly Victory Speech Therapy and Autism), now has openings to help your child with any concerns you may have from articulation, vocabulary, language, listening skills, auditory processing, stuttering, to vocal quality. She is offering a free 15 minute screening. And if therapy is needed, she offers a 50% discount to homeschooling families. Virtual Therapy is also available, if desired!
Contact her at [email protected] or call 314-635-5400.
Focus and Read
Solutions for Struggling Readers of all Ages!
Joan Brennan is a good friend to the homeschool community. Her desire is to see children become better readers! Copy and paste the following link to get some helpful advice and recommended resources:
Sky Zone - Fenton
HOMESCHOOL DISCOUNT AT BARRON'S GYM!
Classes offered two days per week, 55 minutes per class. Homeschool discount is available on weekday, morning classes only, Monday – Friday with start times between 9:00am-12:00pm.
See our specific class days and time pages for class availability and enrollment.
CLICK ON IMAGE TO VISIT THEIR WEBSITE PAGE.
Josh & Lindsey Photography
Looking for a K-3 tutor? Try Kim Mattox!
Kim teaches our Lapbook classes at Homelink, but also has a passion for working one-on-one with individual students. You can stop by her classroom anytime on Thursdays to meet Kim and inquire about her tutoring schedule.
Beautiful Feet Books donated to our SHARE Library!!
Save 10% by using SHARE Code: SHARE10 (expires 8/31/22)
Since 1984, Beautiful Feet Books has helped homeschool parents educate the mind and the heart of their children through the best stories and guided lessons. We create, develop, and publish K-12 Charlotte Mason-inspired history, geography and literature curriculum and teachers guides. Contact Jay Warthen at [email protected] with questions. CLICK ON IMAGE TO GO TO THEIR WEBSITE.