Atlanta events, homeschool classes & clubs

For adults at work, socializing happens around the water cooler. For kids, it’s between classes at their lockers.  Between any period, this is what you’ll hear:

Hey, what are you doing after school? Do you have more homework? 

Homeschool events Georgia

Homeschool hangouts

No I’m free, I’ll meet you after the bell rings!

…or something like this:

I’m having a sleepover tomorrow. Want to come?

Sure! What time?

For homeschoolers, locker time can still exist, we just need to be a bit more creative about it. And that’s why Locker Time was created. If you’re looking for Atlanta events* and things to do with your homeschooler, we have almost daily listings.  This is the place to be!

*Events in Atlanta and surrounding areas

Homeschool events throughout Georgia

As a homeschooler, you will invariably get questions on socialization for your young ones — when do they hang out with other kids?  With all the events going on near Atlanta and across the state, you can pack your schedule with fun-filled events week after week!

Locker Time is a community of homeschoolers sharing homeschool events, things to do and places to go in Georgia and beyond. If you know of a great homeschool event in Georgia, or a neighboring state (educational road trips are awesome!), list it here so other homeschoolers can find it.  Looking for something to do?  Search our listings for what’s happening in your area. If you are hosting a homeschool event, list it here and get it in front of your audience!

  • Events – these events are social gatherings where the kids simply get to hang out, such as Ice Skating, Rock Climbing or a meet-up at an arcade or local park. They are typically held during the day when other kids are in school.  And every now and then there’s a little learning thrown in for good measure!
  • Field trips – these are places like museums, aquariums or dairy farms that are a great way to supplement your homeschool education. Studying the planets in Science? Check out Tellus Museum and explore the stars.  Studying History?  No better place to visit than the Atlanta History Museum. If you are part of a homeschool group, many businesses will set up educational tours with minimum group sizes.
  • Classes – just like traditional schools, these homeschool classes are on a variety of subjects – both core subjects and electives.