February 26, 2022

Watson Piano Studio

Contact: Celeste Watson  Email/Phone Number: 816.456.7218   celestewatson08@gmail.com

Our goal is for each student to become an independent music maker. One day, they will no longer be in piano lessons, and we want them to be adults who enjoy singing a lullaby to their own children someday and adults who enjoy shearing and participating in music in their own life. In short – I want them to love making music themselves even when they’re not with me or working on a practicing assignment. In order for students to feel confident creating music, lessons include learning pieces on the piano, singing and movement games that strengthen piano skills, improvising and creating their own music, and aural skills and rhythm training. Students learn to understand the language of music using rhythm and tonal pattern instruction using the philosophy of Music Learning Theory. They develop habits of optimal alignment and good body use at the piano through the Lister-Sink Method of Injury-Preventative Piano Technique. Most importantly, they enjoy sharing what they know with their family and friends because they are using their creativity to make something beautiful and unique. 

 

Tinderbox Fitness 

Contact Person: Amalia Nappo  Email/Phone Number: Hello@tinderboxfitness.com     www.tinderboxfitness.com

Women Only Health & Fitness Club. Homeschool P.E Class ages 5-12.

 

River Gait Farm

Contact: Sage Schweickert  336-971-6021 rivergaitfarm@gmail.com     www.rivergaitfarm.com

At RGF we offer a variety of services including riding lessons, summer camps, an active youth group, and opportunities for educational credit. Through various organizations we are able to offer both physical education credits and a varsity lettering program for home schooled children. We offer all levels of riding from recreational to national competition!


N.C. Cooperative Extension, Forsyth County Center/Forsyth County 4-H

Contact: Monique Pearce-Brady; April Bowman; Jeffrey Cates  Email/Phone Number: 4H@forsyth.cc

Website, if any; https://forsyth.cc/CES

 4-H is a fun and educational program for children ages 5-18. The 4-H program is a part of N. C. Cooperative Extension and is dedicated to helping boys and girls develop life skills needed to be contributing members of their communities. This is done through overnight 4-H camps, 4-H clubs, special interest programs, and much more. Membership is free!

 

Learning Tools for Dyslexia

Contact: Jean Moser  jeanmoser1952@gmail.com    336-830-2390   www.learningtoolsfordyslexia.com

Programs offered: correct dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and also a program for young learners (ages 5-7)

 

Gullion’s Christian Supply and Homeschool Headquarters

King location – kingstore@gullions.com/ 336-983-2220

Statesville location – statesville@gullions.com / 704-924-8855
Website  – www.gullions.com

Gullion’s provides an incalculable resource to the homeschooling community of an experienced, compassionate staff that are ready and willing to counsel those in need in regard to the homeschooling adventure. We are here to help as you navigate the many homeschool options. Through our trade-in program, we provide a great on-hand selection of used material that help families create a budget friendly plan for their school year!

 

Junior Firefighters

Contact: William McBride, Lieutenant / Youth Program Advisor. Junior Firefighter program, CPR and First Aid classes.

Clemmons Fire Department      O: 336-766-4114 | F: 336-766-4292

 

MechaniChics LLC

Contact: Mandie Rose    MechaniChics@gmail.com   336-701-2502   Www.mechanichics.com

Crankin Engines summer camps, Auto Upkeep High school credit class, Accepting apprenticeship for small engine mechanic after completion of classes. 

 

Lune River Harp Studio

Contact: Bethany Lancaster   bethany.harpist@gmail.com / (336) 926-4980    www.luneriverharp.com

Beginner, intermediate, and advanced private harp lessons for all ages. Beginner group harp classes for elementary school students

 

North Carolinians for Home Education

Contact: Matthew McDill  matthew.mcdill@nche.com  828-406-1594   www.nche.com

We help parents homeschool with confidence and joy by protecting your right to homeschool in NC, equipping you with information and encouragement, and connecting you with other families and groups.  

 

Classical Christian Co-op (3C’s)

Contact: Erin Gregory (K-6) or Andrea Allen (7+)

Email/Phone Number –  eringregory@gmail.com/(336) 682 – 3959 or betterhalf.allen@gmail.com/(919) 602 – 0237

Description of services offered – Classical Christian Co-op (3Cs) is a community of Christian homeschoolers who believe in the Classical approach to education. Our purpose is to supplement homeschool instruction, help teach difficult subjects, and provide weekly accountability. We meet weekly on Fridays at Emmanuel Church in Winston-Salem.

 

Forsyth Students for Life

forsythcosfl@gmail.com    website: ForsythSFL.org

Forsyth Students for Life seeks to educate, recruit, train, and mobilize our students to combat abortion and encourage others to make life-giving choices.

 

Kipman Psychometry Services

Contact: Amber Kippie-Reischman  Email/Phone Number: KipmanPsychometry@gmail.com / 210-748-4078.  Website, if any: www.KipmanPsychometry.org

Description of services offered: Academic testing by a board certified psychometrist in Winston Salem.  WJ-IV & WRAT5 currently offered.

 

American Heritage Girls, Troop NC49160 Clemmons

Contact: Melanie Gomez  Email/Phone Number: melanie.jean.gomez@gmail.com 336-926-8588

Website, if any: https://americanheritagegirls.org/

Description of services offered: American Heritage Girls (AHG) was founded by a group of parents wanting a faith-based, scout-type character development program for their daughters in 1995. The AHG Program is dedicated to the mission of building women of integrity through service to God, family, community and country. AHG girls across the nation and the globe participate in badge programs, service projects, leadership opportunities, and outdoor experiences, all with an emphasis on Christian values and family involvement.

 

American Heritage Girls, Troop 0608-Lewisville

Contact: Dana Huffman  dana@christchurchws.org or 336-608-0270  https://americanheritagegirls.org/

 

American Heritage Girls, Lexington Troop

Contact: Charlotte Crotts   email chcrotts@wakehealth.edu  https://americanheritagegirls.org/

 

Late November Learning Tree-
Contact: Janice Broyles,  broyles@latenovemberliterary.com  989-858-6356 Www.latenovemberliterary.com

Late November Literary is a publisher of clean fiction and nonfiction in the Winston Salelem area. Late November Learning Tree is a branch of Late November Literary that specializes in educational resources and classes for students of all levels and abilities. Courses run for eight weeks and focus on ELA curriculum. Classes that are often taught: Paragraph Practice, Composition 1 and 2, Literature and Writing, Writing Poetry, Creative Writing, Academic Vocabulary. Classes are taught by Janice Broyles, a doctor of Educational Leadership with a specialty and certification in English Education.

 

Classical Conversations

Contact: Gwyn Jones, Support Representative  gjones@classicalconversations.com 

336-416-9586    Classicalconversations.com

Christ centered homeschool curriculum for ages 4-12th grade.  Meet one day per week in community. Mission to Know God and Make Him Known. There are many locations in the triad area.

 

Forsyth Tech Community College

Contact Person: Flora Calderón-Steck & Karina Díaz Email/Phone Number:  O 336.734.7633  |  M 704.310-8623,     fcalderon-steck@forsythtech.edu; kdiaz@forsythtech.edu    https://www.forsythtech.edu/ccp

Career and College Promise Program: dual enrollment (tuition-free college classes for qualified high school students), two year degrees.

 

Bob Jones University

Contact Person:  Renee Krepfle

Email/Phone Number  homeschool@bju.edu  319-721-9654 (cell) 864-242-5100 ext. 2069 (work)   Website:    www.bju.edu

Regionally accredited Christian liberal arts university; dual enrollment, undergraduate, graduate

 

Davie County 4-H

Contact: Danny Lough

danny_lough@ncsu.edu   (336) 753-6100   https://davie.ces.ncsu.edu/davie-4-h/
Services include: Youth Clubs, STEM Programs, Hands-on Curriculum, Summer Fun Camps, Youth Leadership workshops, Youth Livestock Shows, Youth archery and shooting sports. No charge.

 

High School Planning and College Application Preparation for Homeschool Parents and Students
Contact: Pati Goldin   Email/Phone Number: greensborogoldinschool@gmail.com / 336-517-4127

Workshops and consulting to homeschooled parents and students regarding all aspects of High School Planning and College Application Preparation. 

 

IGNITE Homeschool Speech & Debate Club

Contact: Jennifer Doan       JDPudge@hotmail.com/336-972-6988   NCFCA.org

IGNITE provides both training and opportunities to develop public speaking skills in students ages 12-18, through both practice and competition. 

 

Seabolt’s 2nds Homeschool Book and Curriculum Consignment

Contact Name: Stepheny Seabolt     Email/Phone Number: seabolt4@gmail.com   336-214-6229

I consign homeschool books and curriculum for busy families, and resell items at a substantial discount. Homeschool mentoring services are also available.


Schoolhouse Teachers/ The Old Schoolhouse

Contact: Stepheny Seabolt    Email/Phone Number: seabolt4@gmail.com  336-214-6229

Website: https://schoolhouseteachers.com/dap/a/?a=59617


SchoolhouseTeachers is the curriculum arm of The Old Schoolhouse magazine. We offer encouragement, resources, and over 400 classes for grades Pre K through 12, for one price, for the whole household! You don’t have to homeschool alone.

 

Recurve Archery Lessons

Contact: Emma Jordan

Email/Phone Number: emmapj99@gmail.com  336-618-9483

Recurve archery lessons for ages eight through adult.

 

Kimel’s Homeschool PE Classes

Contact: Matt Kimel      Phone/email: 336-391-8280    kimelhome@gmail.com

Homeschool PE, Games and Physical Activities for Kindergarten through 12th grade. Classes grouped by age. Currently meeting at Pinedale Christian Church in Winston-Salem and Mt. Pleasant Church in Thomasville.


First Tee 

Contact: Jay Allred    phone/email 336-558-8674/jay.w.allred@gmail.com

www. FirstTeeCentralCarolina.org

The First Tee uses golf combined with our own personal growth programs, where we see kids’ build self-confidence, inspiring more active participation in leadership opportunities and events, community involvement, and college scholarships.

 

Davie County Recreation & Parks Homeschool Programs

Contact: Lana Mitchell   Direct: (336) 753-6742 “Together Enriching Active Movement”

lmitchell@daviecountync.gov www.daviecountync.gov/dcrp

Lana and her team provide many types of learning opportunities for homeschool families in the area, everything from PE, etiquette, Star Wars, Legos, Box City, etc. The programs are open to non-Davie county residents as well. A Homeschool Resource room is available to try out different types of curriculum and learning manipulatives. The room is staffed by a veteran homeschool mom. 

 

ASPIRE Co-op

Contact: Donna Mulholland     Email: dfmulholland@gmail.com

7th and 8th grade co-op

 

Davie County 4-H/Tom Cowden Youth Shooting Sports

Contact: Nelson Cowden  Email/phone: hncowden50@gmail.com  336-409-6304

www.tcyouthshootingsports.org   Facebook Page-Tom Cowden Youth Shooting Sports

https://davie.ces.ncsu.edu/davie-4-h/      Davie County Ag Extension/4-H

 

Amy Beth Cruz Art

336-577-0753        Amybethcruz@gmail.com 

Artist and Art Educator.  Semester Courses, Special Outdoor Classes, Workshops, Summer Camps.

 

Forsyth Public Library

Contact: Mia Jordan    Email: jordanmc@forsyth.cc

Online foreign language learning and many other programs.

 

STEM of the Triad Classes 

Contact: Katie Knickrehm  Website: stemtriad.com 

We offer both academic and enrichment options for the K-12 community that span beyond the traditional S-T-E-M offerings. Our strength and focus is on activities that are difficult to replicate at home.

 

Matt McKenzie

Contact: Matt McKenzie     mmmtagsfan@gmail.com    https://recordsofhistory.com

Matt is the author of “Creeds, Codes and Cowboy Commandments: TV’s B-Western Heroes Rules to Live By” along with two activity book series that can easily be used to supplement your homeschool’s history curriculum.  His first activity book series is a Wild West Discovery series with each activity book highlighting a B-Western hero and the cowboy code he encouraged young readers and viewers to abide by.  In addition to typical activity book activities, each book in this series also includes a geography activity of some sort.  His second series on World War 2 is a glimpse into how citizens in the United States learned about the war using only primary sources available to the average American – especially children and teens –  during that time.  Each book highlights part of the author’s family history during World War 2 and encourages the reader to learn about and take note of their own family’s experiences during the war.  Both series include a reprint of a comic story that relates to the theme of the activity book. Matt has also presented at nostalgia conventions and is available to do presentations for groups.  

 

Piedmont Forest School

Contact: Sheri H Grace, PhD  Email/Phone Number: 336-705-1763 www.piedmontforestschool.org

We provide authentic forest school and nature based programs where children from ages of 2-11 can engage in learning through self-directed, unstructured, and guided play together. We are a non-profit with  pending 501c3 tax exempt status.

 

EdPath Specialized Learning Services

Contact: Sheri H Grace, PHD    Email/Phone Number: 336-705-1763  https://edpathsls.tutorbird.com/

1:1 and small group tutoring in reading and in social skills for children with learning differences and behavior challenges. Early intervention for infants and toddlers with disabilities. Parent coaching and developmental play therapy for children with social, communication, and behavior challenges.