15 Homeschool Teen Activities In The Kansas City Area

Homeschool teen activities
We may all roll our eyes when asked the socialization question, but there is an element of truth to it. Sometimes homeschooling means we have to search a little harder for opportunities for our kids to participate in events and activities.
Not to worry! We’ve compiled a list of 15 homeschool teen activities to make it easier for you.


Getting involved in a group or recurring activity is a great way to form relationships with other homeschoolers. The wonderful part about these opportunities is their flexibility! You can mix and match based on your student’s interests.

If you’re looking for:

  • jobs,
  • missions or volunteer opportunities,
  • special events or classes,
  • groups,
  • competitions,
  • contests, or
  • educational opportunities,

this is the list for you!

Field trips:

Another great way to engage your teens and bring them in contact with other homeschoolers is to organize or go on field trips. Here’s a list of diverse field trip ideas.

While you probably scheduled field trips when they were younger, you can always encourage your teen to take ownership of a field trip.

Are they interested in history? Suggest that they can invite some friends to tour a historical site. Do they like to cook? Gather some friends to take a cooking class at Johnson County Community College.

Enrichment/athletic programs:

In addition, the Kansas City area offers plenty of enrichment and athletic programs. Students who are interested in:

can find groups that are either homeschool friendly or cater specifically to homeschoolers.

There’s also a local chapter of a homeschool honors society that meets regularly for high school age students.

Enrichment and sports groups can provide opportunities for long lasting friendships, as well as life long interests.
What are your favorite teen activities for homeschoolers? We’d love to hear what you have enjoyed and recommend to other homeschoolers looking for fun opportunities to fellowship.
We have updated this blog post, originally published in April 2017, for timeliness and detail.

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