Alabama Homeschooling

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Tennessee Valley Homeschool Center
661 Jeff Road Huntsville, AL 35806 Phone: 256-830-2720 Tennessee Valley Homeschool Center is a resource center for home educators sponsored by Franklin School.
Electrified Learning Tour
The best way to learn about electricity is to come see for yourself by touring a power plant. You'll learn how power plants change energy into electricity. Come see each process at work: a hydroelectric dam, a fossil fuel generator, or a nuclear reactor. The tour is free.
Moundville Archaeological Park
Eight hundred years ago, Moundville was the largest city in North America. Visit the site of this ancient city and tour the Jone Archaeological Museum, which houses artifacts and interpretive exhibits providing information on more than 60 years of archaeological excavations and investigations. The theater offers a series of videos on Moundville and the history of Southeastern Indians. There is also a nature trail, Indian Village and Crafts Pavilion, and more. The site and facilties are located i...
U.S. Space & Rocket Center
The U.S. Space & Rocket Center puts you in the world of the astronaut with simulation, historical displays and futuristic exhibits. You'll find an interactive Space Transportation Exhibit, illustrating the evolution of the Space Shuttle through interactive displays and hands-on activities. Sit inside the Apollo Cockpit Trainer, watch live performances, and watch an IMAX film.
Southern Museum of Flight
Visit the Southern Museum of Flight in Birmingham to see some of the machines that helped the world take to the skies. Aircraft on display include one of Delta Air Line's first planes, a Huff Daland crop duster, a 1912 Curtiss Pusher replica, an A-12 Blackbird and F- 4 jet fighter. The museum also houses aviation memorabilia, including the gloves worn by Germany's Red Baron on his last flight, a landing light used by the Wright Brothers at their Montgomery flying school and artifacts from the "F...
Pike Homeschoolers
This email support group is designed to help homeschoolers in Pike county Alabama to be able to stay in touch with and encourage each other.
Bellingrath Gardens & Home
The original 60 acres of the Bellingrath Gardens & Home were purchased by Walter Bellingrath in 1917 upon the advice of his physician. Dr. P. D. McGehee advised his patient to learn how to play and told him to buy the fishing camp he had been admiring. The camp consisted of three dilapidated houses and an overgrown jungle. Mr. Bellingrath reworked the cabins and began clearing the paths and was able to have his first house party here in December of 1918. The gardens were eventually opened to the...
Christian Resource Center
179 Eastern Blvd Montgomery, Alabama 36117 Phone: 334-374-0750 Christian Resource Center is locally owned and operated. Offers a great selection of Sunday School, Vacation Bible School and home school curriculums and related resources, including Bible study materials, Bibles and books.
Lake Guntersville State Park
Just six miles northeast of Guntersville, off Highway 227, overlooking the majestic 66,470-acre Guntersville Reservoir, the park ranges over 5,909 acres of ridge tops and meadows. The park's resort lodge, restaurant and convention complex is located on Little Mountain, providing a magnificent view of the reservoir. The Lake is wonderful for fishing as well as swimming and other water sports activities. Recently, it has become the winter home of our national symbol, the Bald Eagle.
Pathways Academy
A list to provide encouragement, ideas and support to faculty of Pathways Academy, an Alabama church school.
Alabama Veteran's Museum & Archives
Located in Athens, the Alabama Veteran's Museum was established to preserve the memories of our veterans by creating a permanent resting place for artifacts and memorabilia. Artifacts from the Revolutionary War, Civil War, W.W.I , W.W.II, Korean, Viet Nam, Desert Storm and the present "Operation Enduring Freedom" are displayed. The library has close to 1000 books and 160 videos, with the majority available for loan.
Alabama Department of Education
The Alabama Department of Education website.
Mobile Medical Museum
Founded in 1962 in cooperation with the Medical Society of Mobile County, the Museum houses the largest collection of medical artifacts in the Southeast. Two hundred years of medical heritage are reflected in documents and photographs including Alabama's first Medical College (1859). Extensive collection of instruments, equipment, photographs, teaching materials and authentic letters which portray medical practice from the early 1700s and medical education since the 1800s.
Georgia Homeschool Network
This Facebook group offers a place where homeschool families can come together and stay up-to-day on what's going on in the homeschool world in Georgia. 
McWane Center
See the wonders of our world in action, and leave with new-found perspectives. Through amazing hands-on exhibits, larger-than-life IMAX® films and quality educational programs, McWane Center in Birmingham strives to make learning an adventure for all ages. Features ScienceQuest, Just Mice Size, and World of Water exhibits.
Upcoming Events
Fort Toulouse/Fort Jackson Living History Events
Wetumpka, AL
Events include monthly living history programs (the French period and the early American period), monthly meetings of the Historic Blacksmiths, French and Indian War Encampment (held annually in April and re-enacts the time period of the war between the French and the British), Alabama Frontier Days (held annually in November and depicts life on the frontier from 1717 to 1820).
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