Extension & Enrichment Classes for Homeschool Kids in Wichita

As students grow older, parents may find teaching certain subjects intimidating – or perhaps they wish their child to experience a traditional classroom setting in preparation for college.

These schools and programs offer extension and enrichment classes to elementary, middle and high school homeschoolers who wish to benefit from their academics and extracurricular activities.

Extension & Enrichment Classes for Homeschooling Kids in Wichita

Shocker Academy – Motivated high school juniors & seniors can take courses through Wichita State University for a flat reduced fee and earn dual credit! Check out al the details on Shocker Academy here.

Left Brain Fun Science 

Wichita Park & Rec Homeschool Learning Hubs

Classical School of Wichita

Engineering Outreach at WSU

Exploration Place

Prairie Kids Wichita

Learning with LEGOS

Lily Lake Collective

Mark Arts

Monart School of Art

Newton Classical School

Riverside Music Together

Seckman Music School

Sedgwick County Zoo

Wichita Homeschool Robotics

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Erin Bartel
Erin is a marketing consultant in Wichita KS. She spends her days helping businesses and non-profits navigate the ever-changing waters of digital & local marketing and homeschooling her kids. She and her daughter also own Sassy Squid Ink, an imprint designing notebooks, journals, and sketchbooks. A mother of 2 happily married to her college sweetheart, Erin's hobbies include bribing herself to exercise, traveling with (and without) her family, and trying to remember where she hid the chocolate.


  1. Ein,

    I am the Head of School at Wichita Friends School on west Kellogg near Goddard. We would like to offer some enrichment classes for home schooled children if they would be interested. We offer Spanish, Sign language, PE, music, Godly Play, Art, and Library. We are a small private school and would be able to accommodate extra children in these enrichment classes for a small fee. I am wondering if you could help direct me on how to get word out to home schooled families about our services.

    • Your best bet would be to join the local homeschooling groups on Facebook and connect with parents there!

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