Homeschool STEM

Homeschool Hands-On STEM

We are proud to be a trusted educational partner to homeschool families across Central Pennsylvania. Homeschool classes are offered at the Lancaster Science Factory on select days during the Fall/Winter and Winter/Spring semesters. Classes offer a chance to engage students in group learning and hands-on experimentation.

Programs are designed for  students in grade levels 2 – 8. Each semester is divided into themed units and lessons which build from one session to the next. Parents can enroll students in each session individually or enjoy a discount when enrolling in the entire semester.



Cyber and Homeschool families may  also be interested in the new Code @ Home program in the Maker Space!

Unit 1, Lesson 1: January 23rd, 2020. 1pm

  •  Math and Engineering Around the World: Europe

Unit 1, Lesson 2: February 6th, 2020. 1pm

  •  Math and Engineering Around the World: Asia

Unit 2, Lesson 1: February 20th, 2020. 1pm

  •  Math and Engineering Around the World: Africa

Unit 2, Lesson 2: April 9th, 2020. 1pm

  •  Science Around the World: Return to Europe

Unit 3, Lesson 1: April 23rd, 2020. 1pm

  •  Science Around the World: Return to Asia

Unit 3, Lesson 2 – May 7th, 2020. 1pm

  •  Science Around the World: Return to Africa

Homeschool families should also consider membership to the Lancaster Science Factory for a considerable savings on general admission. Homeschool groups may enjoy the benefits of our cost-effective field trip packages.


Our Homeschool Class Mission

The mission of our homeschool class programming is to innovatively introduce or reinforce STEM concepts to students in grades 2-8.

As with all of our programs, we strive to connect these topics to meaningful, real-world application.  In the sprit of the Lancaster Science Factory, our educators use inquiry-based hands-on learning during each lesson. Student are engaged  both individually and in groups.

All classes are based on the Standards Aligned System of the PA Department of Education. We strive to accommodate students’ individual needs and learning styles.