Alabama Homeschooling

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Wind Creek State Park
Located seven miles southeast of Alexander City, this park spans 1,445 acres along the shores of Lake Martin, which is a 41,000 area clear water reservoir perfect for fishing, swimming and boating. Park facilities include the largest state operated campground in the United States with 640 sites, many of which are waterfront sites allowing campers to fish, swim and boat right out their back door. Other facilities include a marina, camp store, fishing pier, hiking trails, playground and picnic are...
Black History Museum
The Museum officially opened in December 1986, during the Christmas on the Coosa Celebration. It displays artifacts, documents, memorabilia and art works relative to the lives of African-Americans from both individuals and families in the area, including a mirror and dresser used by Joe Louis in Chambers County. Also on permanent display, are paintings donated by local artists -Columbus Cook and Steve Mitchell, which depicts scenes from life in Wetumpka.
Mobile Museum of Art
The new museum, completed in the spring of 2002, is now the largest art museum along the Gulf Coast from New Orleans to Tampa. It is located in Mobile's Langan Park, just two miles from Interstate 65. Offers a permanent collection of more than 6,000 works of art, with American art of the 1930s-40s, work by southern artists, art of the French Barbizon School, contemporary American crafts, late 19th century American art, and Asian, African and European works.
Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences
An ivory anatomical model used by medical students in the 16th century. A surgical set from the 1850s. An early Emerson Respirator, a.k.a “iron lung,” used at UAB Hospital in the 1950s. These and a host of other displays at UAB’s Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences trace the evolution of health care through seven centuries of progress and innovation. See these items firsthand and experience the intriguing history of medicine - and the role Alabama’s health professionals have played in it - f...
amie network
The amie network is for Christian homeschooled teenage girls. Members of the amie network receive a monthly newsletter, have opportunities to meet and connect with other homeschooled teens, and receive support and encouragement.
Wiregrass Museum of Art
Located in Dothan, the Wiregrass Museum of Art offers art exhibits, education programs, and special events.
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.
Aliceville Museum
The Aliceville Museum in located in downtown Aliceville and features an abundance of mementos from Camp Aliceville, a POW camp for German prisoners of World War II. The museum has permanent exhibits on Camp Aliceville, 1942-1945, the Alice Coca-Cola Bottling Co., 1910-1978, Pickens County veterans of all wars, and Pickens County's agricultural history.
Mann Wildlife Learning Museum
Located at the Montgomery Zoo, the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum offers one of the nation's finest collections of professionally presented North American wildlife. All are shown in realistically created environments including painted mural backdrops depicting the natural habitat of the animal, with sounds of animals and several 'touch and feel' exhibits.
Birmingham Zoo
Explore the animal world at the Birmingham Zoo, featuring an alligator swamp, tropical rain forest, and zoo train and carousel.
Blue Springs State Park
Located six miles east of Clio and fed by a crystal clear underground spring, the park's swimming pool is the center of attraction in this 103-acre park. Other complementing facilities include picnic shelters, tables, grills, comfort stations, playground, tennis courts and modern campground.
East-Central AL Charlotte Mason Study Group
A Charlotte Mason Study Group for East-Central Alabama, whose members encourage and learn from each other during study of writings about the Charlotte Mason method.
Christian Home Education Fellowship of Alabama (CHEF)
CHEF of Alabama was founded to serve all home educators in Alabama by providing information, services, and resources from a Christian perspective to anyone who needs help in the area of home schooling.
Paul M. Grist State Park
Located 15 miles north of Selma, Alabama. Tranquility prevails in this beautiful 1,080-acre park as visitors enjoy the relaxing atmosphere surrounding the 100-acre lake. Improved camping and refreshments are available. Facilities include - Pedal Boats, Canoes, Flat Bottom Boats and Swimming, Full Hookup Camping, Primitive Camping, Hiking, Picnic Pavilions, and Restrooms with hot showers.
Tennessee Homeschool Umbrella Schools
According to the Tennessee education code, homeschoolers have three ways to follow Tennessee homeschool laws. The most popular of these options with homeschool families is to enroll their child in a church-related umbrella school. These schools are operated by denominational, parochial or other church organizations and are required to meet specific standards of accreditation. Umbrella schools in Tennessee are free to choose their own operational procedures. Each school will vary on curriculum op...
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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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