BASH: Bexar/Atascosa Secular Homeschoolers is a new, secular organization designed to serve those in south San Antonio and surrounding areas in Bexar county and Atascosa county. It is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization with many benefits and activities. There is a mix of social and educational opportunities, festivals, discounts and even a scholarship is being established. BASH is an all-inclusive group that welcomes all religious beliefs and educational philosophies.
For more details on the benefits of BASH and to see their schedule of events, you can find them online at http://bashhomeschool.org or on Facebook at http://Facebook.com/bashhomeschool.
The following is a list of events in the San Antonio area that would be of interest to homeschoolers. Some of these are just general events such as the Folklife Festival. Others are academically oriented including registration for homeschool coops and competitions. Continue reading »
San Antonio recently renewed it’s daytime youth curfew which is considered a “model” for the nation. It’s goal is keep unsavory youth off of the street. Of course, that wouldn’t include homeschoolers but you never know. This ordinance is especially troublesome for teenagers so you might want to provide them with some sort of identification or note from you. Continue reading »
These are non-credit or “recreational” classes offered to all ages regardless of residence. Some of these classes may provide a good introduction into an area for older homeschoolers. Continue reading »
The Teacher Resource Center for Visual Arts (TRC) at the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum enhances visual arts instruction in the classroom by allowing educators in San Antonio and South Texas to borrow art history slides, videotapes, and resource packets at no charge. Continue reading »
Who Should Read this Book
This book is for two groups of people. The first are homeschoolers who have just moved to San Antonio or are planning to do so. You already know how to homeschool, you just want a quick survey of the local home school landscape. Here you’ll find the basics of homeschooling requirements in Texas and local resources. Continue reading »
At the entrance is a soaring climbing structure to the mezzanine–the ‘Landmark Climbing Structure’–reminiscent of the skyline of city. Children may also explore pattern and preservation in the ‘Mission Courtyard’, open a bank account for museum currency in the Good $Cents Bank, or conduct their own scientific experiments in ‘Leonardo’s Workshop’. Continue reading »
Since its founding in 1974, the San Antonio Astronomical Association of San Antonio, Texas, has become one of the largest non-profit amateur astronomical organizations in the United States. Continue reading »
Discover a world of arts and creativity, science and technology, culture, health and history. Welcome to the McKenna Children’s Museum a stimulating environment dedicated to promoting the overall well-being of children. Continue reading »
Witte Museum on the banks of the San Antonio River promises fun for all ages. Continue reading »