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   D20 Home School Academy

Who would benefit from this program?

The Academy of Arts program is for home school students, kindergarten through 8th grade, who enjoy learning through music, movement and dance, drama and visual arts.

What makes the Arts program unique?

An integrated arts approach engages students in a creative process which connects an art form and another subject area while meeting objectives in both.  Students experience standards based instruction taught through the arts.  In addition, students will receive  instruction in performing and visual arts during art infusion.  Students will have an opportunity to show what they ​have learned in a culminating event at the end of the year.

Wow!   The Lion King Jr. makes an appearance at HSA for the 2016-17 school year. Home School Academy students will work as a team to produce a full-scale musical theater performance.​            Have a peek - click on a sample of Lion King Jr. 

Production Objectives:​

 - Learn stage skills and theatre vocabulary
 - Create masks and basic costume pieces
 - Imagine and create stage and set designs
 - Experience the technical side of production-lights, sounds


Discover more about this program by exploring the links and information below.

​​FAQs  |  Parent Portal  |  PayForIt  |  Nurse & Medical Info  |  Infinite Campus


Program Resources​


​The ARTS Program is located in the District 20 Education and Administration Center (EAC) at:

1110 Chapel Hills Drive,

Colorado Springs, CO 80920

ARTS Calendar

ARTS Curriculum

Request to Enroll/Waitlist

Student/Parent Handbook

Field Trip Medical Info Form

Field Trip Permission Form


Don Begier 

K-1 ARTS Teacher

Mrs. Wieland

2-3 ARTS Teacher

Mrs. Elder

4-5 ARTS Teacher

Mrs. Nagle

6-8 ARTS Teacher

Mrs. Roberts






The mission of the District 20 Home School Academy is to enhance student learning and to support homeschooling families through quality instruction in varied and enriched learning environments.    

We provide:

  • an enriched and extended curriculum that will complement the core instruction provided by homeschooling educators.
  • homeschooling families access to additional resources that will supplement home school instruction.
  • homeschooling families a connection to the public school setting, but do not offer a full array of education services including special education services.