Education and connection with your community doesn't need to go on hold once the warm weather begins! Learning continues throughout the summer. Homeschooling offers a wonderful flexibility in this regard.
There are many resources listed here for supplemental education, fellowship, or activities that uniquely lend themselves to summer in Maine. Whether it's a traditional summer camp session, an extra class, a sport, or just a new gathering of like-minded folks, we hope you're able to find an opportunity that continues to support your homeschooling family in the "off" season.
HOME offers a variety of unit studies great for summer learning. You might enjoy HOME Grown Gardens for providing healthy meals for your family. A trip to the beach to study Maine Sea Birds: Past and Present, Sea Glass, or Harvest the Sea may be just what you are looking for. Or you may decide on an extended trip to investigate the Lighthouses of Maine or one of Maine's Forts. Whatever inspires your family, a HOME unit study can help!
There are plenty of HOME sponsored activities and classes happening throughout the summer months! Be sure to add some to your calendar!
Find out what HOME is sponsoring!
* PLEASE NOTE: The resources and activities listed below are not sponsored by HOME. Please use your own discretion when choosing activities for your children.
She Summits Co. is a mission-based and female-oriented adventure travel company that specializes in summer adventure travel camps in Maine. Our curriculum is based on fostering self-confidence through brave outdoor adventures and exploring the natural world. While our signature program is summer camps, we also offer Mother/Daughter Adventures, International Adventures, and Skill Building Adventures throughout the year. Our goals to foster connection, self-confidence, and bravery are what we bring to every adventure. For more information, call or text 207-956-0605, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or DM us @shesummitsco on all social media.
Old School fun with classic American games in a traditional camp setting.
Residential programs starting at one week for boys & girls ages 8 to 16.
Find out more at slovenskicamps.com!
When we speak with families, they often want to know what is the right camp for their son so that they can make the best decision. When looking for that answer, they often focus on camp features (safety, fun, accommodations, adventure), rather than on the opportunity for boys to develop a better understanding of who they are and who they can become. Netop (pronounced Nee-tope, means friendship) Summer Camp believes that camp is more than just a few weeks away from home having fun, it’s an opportunity for kids to develop their own core values and character and try out and test those values every day. That's why we have had the Four Spokes Philosophy since day one at Netop. Netop not only offers an authentic, traditional camp experience but more importantly, it develops kind, civic-minded, confident young men. Growth comes natural at Netop - for more information, call/text us at 516-458-7012, email at email@example.com, and visit our website: www.netopsummercamp.com.
You were made to flourish – but what does that look like? Heritage: Cultivate Your Classical Roots is a week-long summer program hosted by Gordon College that explores how a liberal arts education helps us grow in identity, engage our creativity, and live well in community. The program is open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school and runs July 24-29. During Heritage you will experience a four-credit college class, faculty seminars, creative workshops such as carpentry, sailing and poetry, and exclusive access to local farms, the Atlantic coast, and the city of Boston. Apply today to join the 2022 cohort of students! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (978) 867-4347 with any questions.
** HOME sponsors and advertisers provide helpful information to you, as well as vital support to your state homeschool organization. Featured sponsors and advertisers are not necessarily HOME endorsements.