Monday March 4th Make-up Day will be used by all classes EXCEPT 4th period Leather Creations

Monday, March 11th Make-up Day will be used by the following classes: 1ST PERIOD:  Rock Climbing Fundamentals, Miniature Worlds, Alchemy at Hogwarts, Fun w/Simple Machines | 2ND PERIOD: Ironclad Awesomeness, Rock Climbing Fundaments, Miniature Worlds, Breakfast Around the World, Animal Dissection, Woodland Creature Adventures, Around the World with Disney | 3RD PERIOD: Basketball, DIY Decor, Alchemy at Hogwarts, Into the Woods: A Forest Creature Adventure, Explore Our 8 Planets, See and Be Scene, Dancing Through Life, Leather Creations | 4TH PERIOD: Elementary Chess Club, Forensic Fun, Fairyfernalia, DIY Decor Creative Filmmaking

Tuesday, March 12th and Tuesday, March 19th Make-up Days will be used by CHECstra Day

en·rich: (verb) to make rich or richer especially by the addition or increase of some desirable quality, attribute, or ingredient <the experience will enrich your life>

The Community Homeschool Enrichment Center (CHEC) supports homeschool families by offering a variety of enrichment courses for children age 5 to 18. Courses were solely enrichment when CHEC formed in 2005, but over time we have started to offer a variety of academic options as well. We strive to offer classes that are fun, educational, and social.
CHEC offers a wide variety of courses, reflecting the imagination of our instructors and students. Sample course offerings from prior sessions include:
·Bailey's Strings Program ·Geography by Story Telling ·Watercolor Painting
·Clothesline Theatre ·Minecraft Programming ·Dungeons and Dragons
·Circus Arts ·Math in Motion ·Super Spanish
·Iron Chef ·Chemistry of Cooking ·Engineering Workshop

CHEC is an inclusive learning environment and is open to all. We do not have a religious affiliation. CHEC, admits students of any race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the center. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, athletic programs, or any other center-administered programs.
To enroll your student in a class, first create an account.
Just want to check out our current offerings? Visit the Current Classes.

Volunteers Needed!

We are always looking for volunteers and encourage family involvement. As a non-profit, volunteers are needed to keep CHEC running. A variety of volunteer opportunities exist, including serving on the board or as an officer, working as a site manager, fundraising, or helping with special events.


For more information, contact or phone 434-326-1772.