Sacramento SparkHomeschool Enrichment
A great way to supplement your homeschool education!
Sacramento Spark is a homeschool enrichment program where fun and friendships happen. Our learning studio is the place where social skills such as team work and cooperation are used and developed.
Through our Enrichment Class, Spark introduces students to foreign languages, music theory and art as these are woven into each lesson. This one-day-a-week, mixed-age class is meant to enhance the Science component of your homeschool curriculum. It has been designed to meet the California State Science Standards for 1st-5th grades.
Through our Group tutoring, students in 6th – 12th grades can get additional help with their school work and learn study techniques and organizational skills while adding a social element to their day.
Our learning studio offers a screen-free environment to allow authentic interactions and friendships to grow.
Located in: Sacramento, CA
Telephone: (916) 827-1118
Class Hours: M-TH: 9:00am – 3:00pm, F: 1pm-5pm
Learn By Doing
We believe hands-on is the best way to learn!
Sacramento Spark is a vendor for local Charter Schools:
- South Sutter
Independent Homeschool students welcome.
Spark’s Mission & Vision
Sacramento Spark was created to support homeschooling families. Our mission is to provide students with skill-building opportunities that are engaging and fun, while giving parents a day to plan, prepare and enjoy their homeschooling experience.
From Our Program Director
“Thank you so much for your interest in our program. The care and safety of your child is our number one concern. No less important is the emotional safety they feel in the relationships they form with their instructors and fellow classmates. By creating a positive, inclusive, supportive community within our learning studio, our goal is for your child to create beautiful memories and lasting frienships”
– Marisol Himmel
Our Upcoming Six-Week Sessions Events & Activities
Apr 13th – May 22nd
- Science- Engineering Design
- Leonardo DaVinci
$300 per student. Payable via school voucher or purchase order or by PayPal, Apple Pay, Cash, Check or Credit card
Sacramento Spark Learning Studio
Spark began as a homeschool co-op with a very small group of kids meeting once a week in a garage. The following school year a larger group was meeting in a community center in the heart of old Fair Oaks. We are so excited to be starting our third school year in our own learning space.
Get In Touch
Location: Sacramento, California
Telephone: (916) 827-1118
School Hours: M-TH: 9am – 3pm; F: 1PM-5PM
Parents are welcome to observe our class in action at any time. Please see the Program Director If you would like to become a regular volunteer
Sack Lunch Policy
Students must bring a sack lunch that does not include peanuts or peanut products. Thank you for helping us keep our children safe.
Though the science component of our enrichment class is prepared following the New Generation Science Standards for the state of California, Spark is designed to supplement, not substitute your homeschool curriculum
Check here for additional projects and activities such as:
-Squeeze-Pouch Cap Caterpillar
Technology In the Classroom
Sacramento Spark recognizes the wide range of mobile technology devices and their value as learning tools. However, in an effort to create an environment that is conducive to genuine interpersonal communication, no screens are available in our learning studio. Students may bring an electronic device with parent’s permission, but their use will be limited.
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