“One of the greatest things my parents did for me was to encourage every one of my ambitions…They made those dreams seem a lot more attainable by giving me lessons in golf and basketball…. boxing, dancing, swimming, skating, water skiing, tennis, baseball, ping-pong and bowling. I also got help from the experts in public speaking, piano playing and writing. I have no doubt that if I had expressed interest in card tricks, scuba diving or astronomy, they would have found teachers for those, too.” ~Harvey Mackay
City of Chandler Classes
The classes, programs and special events produced by the City’s Community Services Department are published in the Break Time magazine four times a year. Break Time is mailed to Chandler homes two weeks before class registration begins for that session (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall) or a PDF version of Break Time can be accessed on the Web site. Copies can also be picked up at Chandler libraries, the downtown Community Center, the Snedigar Recreation Center, and at other City facilities.
Covenant Homeschool Resource Center
1117 E. Devonshire, Phoenix AZ
(2 blocks north of Indian School, 1 block west of 12th St. on Mitchell)
Services offered with $25/year family membership: resource library, curriculum checkout, ID cards, testing, curriculum assistance, transcript preparation, counseling, career exploration, workshops, seminars, special events, classes.
Eagleridge Enrichment Program
1455 S. Stapley, Suite 20
Mesa AZ 85204
Free K – 9th grade classes for homeschoolers, offered by the Mesa Public Schools.
Flagstaff Parks and Recreation
The City of Flagstaff Parks and Recreation Department is your community connection for swimming lessons, ice skating lessons, leisure classes, programs, entertainment, and special events.
Gilbert Parks and Recreation
Leisure learning classes and pursuits for preschoolers, youth, teens, and adults. Outdoor recreation, special needs programs, concerts, and more.
Mesa Parks and Recreation
The City of Mesa offers TimeOut classes and activities for all ages from preschool to adult at various locations. TimeOut brochures are distributed in the Fall, Spring and Summer. These are available at the Mesa Public Libraries, Mesa Southwest Museum, Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa City Plaza, Parks and Recreation offices.
Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department
City of Phoenix classes and programs.
Phoenix Special Programs and Academies
1717 W. Northern Avenue, Suite 104
Phoenix, AZ 85021-5469
602-674-5555 (locally) or 800-426-4952
Since 1969 they have been offering distance learning courses and high school diploma programs; courses are comparable in content to local Jr. and Sr. High Schools, are fully accredited, and meet graduation requirements.
Tempe Parks and Recreation
Live, learn, and play in Tempe. Quick online access to a calendar of events and brochures for instructional classes, art programs, lecture series, outdoor education, recreational activities, sports, family events, etc.
Tucson Parks and Recreation Department
The City of Tucson Program Guide and Class Catalog is your convenient source for information about parks and recreation programs, seasonal events and programs, leisure classes and workshops, KIDCO and teen programs.
University of Arizona Extended University: Independent Study by Correspondence
The U of A offers Elementary through High School, University, and Noncredit Correspondence classes. Whether you’re hoping to supplement your homeschooling studies, catch up, accelerate graduation, continue toward your high school diploma if you have left school, earn college credits, or enrich your life, they have the classes you need. Taught by certified, practicing Arizona teachers, or in some cases, UA faculty members. You will benefit from easy-to-follow curriculums, classes conveniently broken down by semester, many assignments that can be done by e-mail, personal feedback, and more than 300 courses to choose from.
Yuma Parks and Recreation
The City of Yuma offers many opportunities to improve fitness, social, and competitive skills through exercise and sports, to stimulate the mind through education and cultural experiences, and to inspire civic pride through community-based activities, city-wide celebrations, and volunteer operations.