Sugar Land, TX
Bluebonnet Home Scholars Collaborative: Homeschool Classes with a Difference
Bluebonnet Home Scholars Collaborative (BHSC), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit offering classes in the liberal arts tradition near Houston, Texas. Neither a school nor a co-op, BHSC exists to enrich the lives of homeschool families in the joint pursuit of wonder, knowledge, and love.
BHSC's hybrid approach unites families and experienced educators, and BHSC curriculum blends the best of contemporary research with the best of the classical liberal arts tradition.
Our ecumenical Christian community celebrates freedom in Christ and fosters a nurturing environment through small a-la-carte classes such as Nature Journaling, Forest School, and Handicrafts, as well as academic subjects like Latin, Spanish, and dual-enrollment humanities. Our college-preparatory Math and Science courses encourage students to behold the order and beauty of creation.
We invite your family to join us as we spread a broad, wholesome, and beautiful intellectual feast for our students.
Sugar Land, TX
Offering classes and activities in the liberal arts tradition, Bluebonnet Home Scholars Collaborative is a Group Class Community that exists to enrich the lives of Christian homeschool families in the joint pursuit of wonder, knowledge, and love.
BHSC curriculum and instruction is developed on the basis of both classical tradition and contemporary research. The Bluebonnet approach is heavily influenced by Christian educators and thinkers such as Charlotte Mason, C. S. Lewis, Dorothy Sayers, and Jacques Maritain.
Courses are offered a-la-carte and include subjects for Kindergarten through High School. Courses include Nature Journaling, Forest School, Artist and Composer studies, Spanish for all ages, Plutarch and Shakespeare, Great Books style Literature, Latin, Handicrafts, Studio Art, as well as rigorous core classes in Math, Science, and Language Arts.
Lark Rise School is dedicated to advancing the educational principles of Charlotte Mason by supporting educators and families through classes, conferences, discussion groups, and other local and online opportunities.
We are currently transitioning from Florida to North Carolina, and looking to connect with the local homeschool community before introducing new groups and programs in the area.