Omaha Homeschool Learning Center

Spring Classes


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Register for Spring Classes now!

It's not too late to volunteer. Save 27% on tuition and receive a scholarship. See details here.

Registration instructions can be found here

Find out more about waitlists.

 

Classes fill up fast so consider volunteering: it's easy and saves you money. See details here. 

Dec.11th, 7am: General registration begins.

Classes are held on Wednesdays at Southwest Church of Christ (124th and West Center).

SPRING 2024

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9-11am
FULL: BIOLOGY
ages 13-19
10 am
FULL: YOUNG ENGINEERS
ages 3-5
HANDS-ON MATH
ages 4-6
FULL: GO KIDS GO
ages 4-7
FULL: ART
ages 6-9
FULL: BEEN THERE, DONE THAT ages 6-10
FULL: HANDS-ON SCIENCE
ages 6-10
FULL: CHESS
ages 7-13
FULL: YARN:
WARPED AND WOVEN
ages 8-15
FULL: SPANISH, cont’d
ages 10-14
FULL: CREATIVE WRITING
ages 10-14
FULL: ENGINEERING
ages 10-14
ART WORKSHOP
ages 12-adult
FULL: COOKING
ages 12-19
FULL: POP CULTURE SHAKESPEARE
ages 13-19
FULL: PSYCHOLOGY
ages 14-19
11 am
FULL: YOUNG EXPLORERS
ages 3-5
FULL: YOUNG SCIENTISTS
ages 4-6
FULL: SOAPBOX
ages 6-9
FULL: CHARLOTTE'S WEB
ages 6-10
FULL: WILD WEST
ages 6-10
FULL: ENGINEERING
ages 6-10
FULL: ART
Ages 9-14
BALLET
ages 7-13
FULL: GAME CLUB
ages 9-12
UPCYCLING
ages 10+
FULL: GENERAL SCIENCE
ages 11-16
SENTENCE DIAGRAMMING
ages 12-18: Cancelled
FULL: DRAWING
ages 12-adult
FULL: PE
ages 13-19
FULL: AMERICAN GOV'T
ages 14-19
12 pm
ALPHABET ISLAND
ages 3-5
YOUNG DRAMA
ages 4-6
FULL: TAE KWON DO
ages 5-7
FULL: CASTLES AND KNIGHTS, ages 6-9
FULL: NO PLACE LIKE NEBRASKA!
ages 6-10
FULL: FRACTIONS AND DECIMALS
ages vary
FULL: HAND SEWING
ages 10-adult
FULL: PE
ages 8-12
FULL: COOKING
ages 8-12
FULL: THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
ages 10-14
FULL: ESCAPE ROOM
ages 10-15
FULL: SIGN LANGUAGE, continued
ages 11-adult
ACRYLIC PAINTING
ages 14-adult
MOCK TRIAL
ages 13-19
FULL: SPANISH I, cont’d
ages 13-19
FULL: GEOGRAPHY
ages 14-19
1 pm
FULL: COOK N BOOK
ages 3-5
FULL: YOUNG SCIENTISTS ages 4-6 FULL: TAE KWON DO
5-7
FULL: HANDS-ON SCIENCE
ages 6-10
THE WIZARD OF OZ
ages 6-10
FULL: LEGOS
ages 6-10
FULL: ART
ages 8-12
FULL: BASKETBALL
ages 8-14
FULL: WARMEST REGARDS
ages 9-14
FULL: PLAYING WITH A PLAY
ages 10-14
FULL:SHOW ME THE MONEY
ages 10-14
FULL: PHYSICAL SCIENCE
ages 12-19
WRITING WELL
ages 14-19
FULL: CRIME THROUGH TIME
ages 14-19
TEA WITH JANE AUSTEN
ages 14-19
2 pm
FULL: SMALL WORLD
ages 3-5
DR. SEUSS: cancelled
ages 3-5
PRE-BALLET
ages 4-6
FULL: COOK N BOOK
ages 6-9
FULL: FLIGHTS OF FANCY
ages 6-10
SPANISH
ages 6-10
LEATHERCRAFT
ages 6 and up
FULL: SPEAK UP
ages 9-12
BEG. TAE KWON DO<
ages 8 to adult
FULL: HANDS-ON SCIENCE
ages 10-14
FULL:GIZMOS AND GADGETS
ages 10-14
FULL: COOKING
ages 12-19
FULL: IMPROV COMEDY
ages 13-19
FULL: BALLROOM DANCE
ages 13-19
ETIQUETTE
ages 14-19
CHEMISTRY
ages 15-19
3 pm
YOUNG ARTISTS
ages 3-5
FULL: DRAMA
ages 6-10
FULL: ROBOTICS
ages 6-10
FULL: LEATHERCRAFT
ages 6 up
ADV. TAE KWON DO
ages 8-adult
FULL: FORENSIC SCIENCE
ages 10-14
FULL: HOT WIRED
ages 10-14
FULL: CAKE DECORATING
ages 12-adult
FULL: SPANISH 2
ages 13-19
3:00-4:30pm
MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAY
ages 11-14
About


Omaha Homeschool Learning Center


The Learning Center offers 50-minute weekly classes that meet for twelve Wednesdays at 124th and West Center. Tuition is typically $120 per class for the entire semester with some additional supply fees. (See details.) Volunteers receive a 27% tuition discount (typically $87.60 per class). (See details.)

Our Mission


We want to make homeschooling more enjoyable and more rewarding, primarily by providing student-centered, active classes to supplement your homeschool curriculum. We have a Christian foundation, but classes should emphasize the subject matter, except where specifically mentioned in class descriptions. Beyond fundamental social ethics such as respect for others, obedience to authority, modesty, etc., we believe that parents should be the  prime teachers of values. We also affirm that parents are the first and best teachers of their children, and we strive to
balance this belief with the necessary concessions required by group learning.

Volunteering


Volunteers receive discounted tuition, priority registration, and a scholarship.

  • Tuition is reduced by 27% for all classes ($87.60) for all members of your family.
  • You decide when and how much you will volunteer.
  • If you have young kids, you can still volunteer.
  • Those who have very young children or are infirm or are the main family caregiver to an infirm parent are also eligible for a 27% tuition discount.
 

What Our Families Say

  • Salesia Larson
    My kids had a great time last Wednesday. and all they've talked about since then is how many more days till the next class. I was blessed too getting a definite pick-me-up from the other moms in the Moms’ room (especially one in particular - who I had never met!) GOD IS GOOD!!!
    Salesia Larson
  • Homeschool Mom (name withheld)
    I watched my kids bloom weekly; the Learning Center created a perfect place for them to grow and make friends and learn so many things as well as helping them in their healing journey. You guys are a Godsend.
    Homeschool Mom (name withheld)
  • Homeschool Mom (name withheld)
    My son was so blessed by the Homeschool Learning Center. We saw him completely change and mature into his fullness because of the standards, love, and care he was given at the Homeschool Learning Center. We are forever grateful for your mission of serving children!
    Homeschool Mom (name withheld)
  • The Cooksley family
    We have been attending the Learning Center for over 5 years now, and I have to say it’s our favorite day of the week. We love the opportunity to meet new people, learn fun subjects and play with friends. Thank you so much!
    The Cooksley family
  • Heather Reid
    When a 16-year-old boy comes home and says poetry was great, and he wished his brother was there because he would have loved it, I'm very thankful.
    Heather Reid
  • Mary Ann Knipp
    My children always request “fun" activities. However, it's not often that they request "academic" activities like they do at the Learning Center. Thanks for what you do!
    Mary Ann Knipp
  • Carol Halstead, Learning Center teacher
    A new homeschooled student was hesitant about enrolling in the Learning Center, but this past week his mom shared that he had fun participating in our activity because the other students in his group listened to his ideas, which had never been his experience before. This is just one small example of how the Learning Center is making a difference in the lives of students and potentially changing their outlook and confidence! Thank you for all you do!
    Carol Halstead, Learning Center teacher
  • Mindy Nickla, Learning Center teacher
    I absolutely love teaching Hands-On Math. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to do so through the Homeschool Learning Center! it’s a wonderful place for kids to grow and learn, and I feel so lucky to have stumbled upon a path that led me to you.
    Mindy Nickla, Learning Center teacher
  • Homeschool Mom (name withheld)
    Homeschooling was a path I certainly did not feel called to take on. There were more days than not when my feeling echoed those of my son: of not being “good enough” for him to graduate or “smart enough” to lead him to a collegiate path. And then we found a place in Omaha…I will be eternally grateful to you for respecting my child’s needs…and mine. Now he has graduated, been accepted at all three colleges that he applied to and received two academic scholarships. There must be times when you question your purpose. Please in those moments know the difference that you made in the life of a student and of our family. You gave us hope when we needed it most.
    Homeschool Mom (name withheld)
  • The Forget family
    The Learning Center is a beautiful witness to God's grace in prayer and action. God bless you all!
    The Forget family