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Where Education Meets Creation!
2023-2024 Registration Closes Sept 3rd!

You do an awesome job giving your child(ren) a well-rounded education. At CranHill, we want to partner with you in your homeschooling experience! C.O.R.E. (CranHill Outdoor Recreation Education) is a homeschool program for kids ages 6-16. The program takes place once a month for 8 months. Your child can explore the outdoors, learn about creation stewardship, be physically active, and gain knowledge of outdoor skills, all on a foundation of biblical truth. Each month’s program will be focused on a specific theme connected to outdoor education.


$145 / student

Multiple Children Discount*:

1st Child: Full price at $145

2nd Child: $135

3rd Child: $125

4th Child and Beyond: $115

*Multi Child discount is available only to siblings that reside at the same home address.

Daily Rhythm

Student Drop Off: 8:45am - 9:00am

Program Runs 9:00am - 3:00pm

Drop Off and Pick Up at the Barn Store

Students must bring a sack lunch.

Students may bring extra money to purchase snacks from the barn store.

2023-24 Dates

Session A Dates (Wednesdays)

  • September 13

  • October 4

  • November 8

  • December 13

  • January 10

  • February 7

  • March 13

  • April 3

Session B Dates (Thursdays)

  • September 14

  • October 12

  • November 2

  • December 14

  • January 11

  • February 1

  • March 14

  • April 11

Both sessions will offer the same programming each month. Sign up for either session A or B when you register!

Sample Monthly Themes

  • Waterfront (boating, swimming, aqua park, fishing) 

  • Adventures (ropes, rock climbing, ninja lines, team building, hiking)

  • Target sports (archery, slingshots, tomahawks, riflery)

  • Horses (horse care, small animal care, saddling, arena rides, intro lessons)

  • Crafts

  • Snow sports (snowshoe, ski, skate, tubing, broomball, quinzee huts, etc.)

  • Wilderness survival (fire building, fire cooking, shelter building, tents)

  • Animal study (mammals, birds, etc)

  • Local flora (trees, flowers, grasses, etc)

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