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San Diego North County
Homeschool Drop-Off
Enrichment Programs

These are NOT schools. These are businesses. They are homeschool enrichment centers. They offer drop off programs for your child during the regular school day. Some are a-la-carte where you can pick the day and classes. Others might be half day or full day drop offs. They offer an opportunity for homeschoolers to get together and socialize.

How can you utilize them?

  1. You can file a private school affidavit as a private homeschooler with the state and then pay out of pocket to enroll in these programs.

  2. You can enroll in any charter homeschool program and then pay out of pocket to attend these programs

  3. You can enroll in a charter homeschool program that offers funding and use your allotted funds toward any of these programs, if the program is a vendor for the charter. If they are not a vendor then you pay out of pocket. Homeschool charters are public schools and cannot fund any religious programs. Those that are religious are noted with an (R). A homeschool charter is not allowed to fund core classes as core subjects are supposed to be taught through the charter, but they can fund enrichment classes. 

Carlsbad

Encinitas

Escondido

Fallbrook

San Marcos

Vista

Various North County Locations

The companies below either rotate their programs around north county or they have multiple locations within north county.

San Diego Central County
Homeschool Drop-Off
Enrichment Programs

Kearny Mesa

Point Loma

Various Central San Diego Locations

The companies below either rotate their programs around central San Diego or they have multiple locations within central San Diego

San Diego East County
Homeschool Drop-Off
Enrichment Programs

El Cajon

La Mesa

San Diego South Bay
Homeschool Drop-Off
Enrichment Programs

Chula Vista

Please message us if you know of any homeschool enrichment drop off programs not listed above. This list is not for co-ops, micro-schools, pods, after school enrichment or sports programs. It also doesn't include charter schools that offer their own on campus programs. It's for drop off enrichment programs during the regular school day, specifically created for homeschoolers.