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Homeschool Days

The Works embraces alternate schooling methods and welcomes homeschool students to learn about art and science with us.

Homeschool students enjoy fun art and science tours and socializing with kids during museum exploration free time.

The Works provides families participating in alternate methods of schooling the opportunity to participate in Homeschool Days. On a specified date during the months of October, January, and April, a different art and science tour is offered to homeschool students in Grades 1-8. Following the tour program, kids are invited to stay and enjoy museum exploration free of charge.


April 24, 2015: Archaeology

Dig into this special aged selection of culture, artifacts and history. Students in grades 1-8 are invited to experience the archaeological process, from finding dig sites to the preservation of uncovered objects. Students will participate in a mock archaeological dig and discover how items become artifacts. Pre-registration is required for Homeschool Day; the cost of this immersive learning experience is $7 per student. The program runs from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.; students are invited to stay and explore The Works Museum free of charge. Regular museum admission applies to parents and siblings.

Pre-registration is required to participate in Homeschool Day workshops.


 View the 2013-14 Education Program for further details regarding workshop themes.




$6/pp October Program

$7/pp January & April Programs

Fee includes 2-hour tour (9:30 - 11:30 a.m.) and free museum exploration.


Register for Homeschool Days on-line or by contacting the Education Director at 740-349-9277, ext 227.