If you’re a homeschooler in Georgia, the NW Georgia Girl Scout council has a pretty neat new program this year for your daughters. They can go to Camp Timber Ridge one day a month to participate in one of two programs, Adventure Education or Environmental Science. They’ll meet on the first Wednesday of each month, October through May. The cost is $70 per girl, which works out to $10 per session. Additional kids in families are considered “tagalongs” and can participate, from what I’ve been told. Girls can participate as a troop (no minimum number of girls required) or as individuals.
There’s an orientation meeting on September 23. Contact Lynn Krogh at Timber Ridge: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adventure Education—ages 9 and up
4 sessions archery
4 sessions canoeing
4 sessions challenge course
2 sessions climbing wall
Environmental Science—ages 7 and up
4 sessions Earth science
4 sessions life science
4 sessions computer science
2 sessions physical science