Homeschool Options

  • There are part-time programs available for homeschool students within District 49.  Participation in these programs is optional and should be used strictly in addition to your existing homeschool curriculum. Contact the program directly for more detailed information. Homeschool families not looking to participate in any of these programs should complete the D49 Notice of Intent to Homeschool and file it with the District each school year.


    Falcon Homeschool Program

    https://www.d49.org/fhp

    Katie Boal, Principal

    kboal@d49.org

    • Enrichment Program
      Serves students grades Kindergarten through 7th grade
      Students choose one day and attend on that day each week
      Classes are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
    • STEM Program
      Serves students grades 4th - 5th
      Class is held on Mondays each week
    • BRIDGE Program
      Serves students grades 6th through 8th
      Includes ½ day of academic classes and ½ day of enrichment
      Classes are held on both Tuesdays and Thursdays each week
    • Academic Program  
      Serves students grades 7th through 12th
      Classes are held on both Tuesdays and Thursdays each week
      Courses in Math, English, Science, History and STEM
    • Concurrent Enrollment
      Serves students grades 9th through 12th
      Personal advising to support individual career and college goals and selection of appropriate classes
      Classes must align with the student’s designated pathway
      Students earn free college credits on both high school and college campuses while completing high school graduation requirements (1-2 college classes; offered on a D49 high school campus)


    Rocky Mountain Classical Academy (RMCA) Homeschool Program

     https://www.rmcacshomeschool.org

    Carla Witmer, Director

    cwitmer@rmcacs.org

    • Kindergarten - 8th grade Students
      One time per week: fun, academic, content-rich program
      Classes are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays depending on grade
      Includes field trips
      Emphasis on character
    • High School Students
      Classes are held on Thursdays and Fridays
      Students must demonstrate high school readiness in both Math and English
      Core academic courses
      Leadership opportunities


    Falcon AeroLab Homeschool Program

     www.falconaerolab.org

    Mark Hyatt, Program Manager 

     HyattFalcon@gmail.com

    Sara Hurley, Program Assistant

    HurleyFalcon@gmail.com

    • Level 1A – students ages 12-15
      One time per week for 6 hours
      Emphasis on introduction to aerospace
    • Level 1B – students ages
      One time per week for 6 hours
      Emphasis on advanced aerospace
    • Level 2 – students ages 14 and older (high school students)
      One time per week (hours per week may vary based on module)
      6 content-specific modules to choose from where topics may include: introductory flight (powered or glider), drones, cybersecurity, space, aviation mechanics
    • Level 3 – students ages 14 and older (high school students)
      1 time per week (hours per week will vary based on placement)
      Internship
    • Concurrent enrollment
      Serves students grades 9th through 12th
      Classes must align with individual career and college goals
      Students earn free college credit while in high school (limit of 1 college class offered on a D49 high school campus per semester)

    Updated 1/2020

Submission of Required Documentation

  • Test / Evaluation Results

     

    Homeschool students in Colorado must be tested or evaluated at the completion of 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, and 11th grades. 

    To submit test results to District 49, choose one of the following options:

     

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  • Notice of Intent to Homeschool

     

    There are several options for submitting your Notice of Intent to Homeschool (NOI) to District 49 depending on your student’s current situation:

    • Withdrawing student(s) from D49 school:
      • submit your NOI directly to that school along with your completed withdrawal paperwork 
    • Current part-time student of a D49 enrichment program (FHEP, FHAP, RMCA Homeschool, Falcon Aerolab, etc.)
      • Submit NOI directly to the enrichment program registrar
    • Existing homeschool student, new to D49, withdrawing from another school district or other situation not listed:

     

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