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Welcome to the Community!

The CHC is a Membership Facility for Homeschoolers, by Homeschoolers.

Members can use the facility for any purpose during its hours of operation.  We have a wonderful manager who is present during all operating hours.

Spring 2021 hours:
Open Mondays 9am-2pm

Wednesdays 9am-4pm

Fridays 9am-12pm


Opening day for Fall 2021 is September 8.

UPCOMING EVENTS
15-19 Mar

 

 

Spring Break - NO CLASSES

30 Apr

 

 

Science Fair! Look to the right for details!

8 May

 

 

Homeschool Prom at Astin Mansion

19 May

 

Annual Curriculum and Book Sale at the CHC

17 May

 

Last Day of Classes

22 May

 

 

Homeschool Graduation

CONTACT US

725 E Villa Maria Rd #3900
Bryan, TX 77802

 

Located inside LifeChurch, behind JoAnn Fabrics.

communityhomeschoolcenter@gmail.com

CHC NEWS

The Community Homeschool Center Science Fair is ON for 2021!

 

Purpose of doing a science fair-  

The purpose behind us putting together a science fair/carnival is to give the homeschool community an opportunity to be involved in one of the best learning experiences a student can have.  One of my personal visions for organizing and putting this together is to encourage Christians and Believers like myself to make sense of the world God created and be able to communicate that to the world.  We are desperate for scientists who can investigate and communicate science discoveries in a way that honors God and gives Him the glory for what He has already done.

 

 

Benefits of doing a science fair-

a.     Science Fair projects takes the knowledge from books and curriculum and makes it real where they can experience the wonder of discovery.

b.    Doing a science fair project can begin to build confidence in themselves.

c.    Students learn how to gather information and decide what is important

d.    Students learn how to communicate clearly what they learned from the experience.

e.    Science Fair projects can foster a love for learning and investigating which is a common goal in the homeschool world.

A science fair can be a spark that could lead your student into investigations and projects that can earn scholarships and prizes regionally, nationally and internationally.

 

Important Dates:

 

Project Approval Date is Friday, March 26th

 

Registration Fees are Due by Friday, April 9th

 

The Science Fair will be held on Friday, April 30th from 9:30-1pm

 

Christi Smith and I will be organizing this event while Science Between the Pages will be sponsoring this event.  Science Between the Pages is a small business my husband (Kenneth Fleming) and I are working on together to proclaim God's Excellencies through Science.  I will have a Science Fair tab on our website with all this information too.  Here is the link

https://www.sciencebetweenthepages.com/spring-science-fair-2021.html

 

Project Approval Date:  Christi and I would like to start approving projects anytime between now and March 26th.  Participants should submit a research question or problem for their project.  If your participant is in elementary school they have a choice of doing a science experiment/investigation or a science demonstration (explanation of a science phenomena).  At this time, we might ask you questions to clarify what your project is exactly in order to help set your participant up for success.

 

For elementary projects (K-6th) email Nicole at

 

nicole@sciencebetweenthepages.com

 

For middle school/high school projects (7-12) email Christi at

 

home2bluebonnets@gmail.com

 

Registration Fees:

CHC Members: $10 for first participant project and $5 for additional family member participants

Non-CHC Members: $12 for first participant project and $6 for additional family member participants.

 

Payment of Registration Fees are as follows:

  • Venmo (@Kenneth-Fleming-11)

  • Paypal (Kenneth@sciencebetweenthepages.com

  • Check made out to Science Between the Pages

  • Cash given to me on Monday mornings at the CHC or Christi on Wednesdays

The registration fees are going towards:

  • printing

  • certificates

  • awards

  • prizes

  • gifts for judges (very important)

  • decorations (signage, balloons, tablecloths, banners)

  • facility fee

 

The Science Fair will be Friday, April 30th from 9:30am-1pm

On that day, we will need judges to judge the science fair.  I would really appreciate any available volunteers with some science background.  The more judges we have, the faster and less exhausting it is for our judges.  We will need judges for both elementary, and middle school high school projects.  If you are a parent with a science background and willing to judge, you can but you won't be able to judge your own student's project.  Another judge will have that responsibility.

 

Also, on the day of the science fair, we will need help with

  • Tables!  Every participant needs to bring their own table.  We have some the CHC will let us use, but really we just need to bring our tables

  • Set Up

  • Decorating

  • Clean Up

  • Managing People's Choice Ballets

 

Thank you

Nicole

 

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