Fun and engaging enrichment for homeschool students

Fun and engaging enrichment for homeschool students

Clubs & Events

Enhance your resume and relationships by staying active at the PSD Options Program! Getting involved creates friendships, improves social skills, enhances college applications, boosts job applications, lowers stress, and improves your school and community! Ask us how to get involved in the following:

  • Clubs: Student Council, Journalism / Yearbook, and other student-led interests!

  • Social Events: Parties, Student Performances, Seasonal Events, Field Day

  • Community Service: PSD Options Program students may participate in school-wide service projects each Fall and Spring. Clubs and Student Organizations sponsor other service projects as well.

  • Sports and Athletics:

    • If you live within the PSD boundaries, you can play for your local neighborhood school.

    • If you live outside of PSD, you can play at your school of residence or our sister schools.

    • Don’t forget your city recreation leagues!

  • Extra-Curricular Activities: Choose from a variety of school-sponsored activities throughout the year!

  • Volunteer: What are you passionate about? Get involved! PSD Options Program students may participate in volunteer opportunities as well!

  • Parent Opportunities: Our wonderful homeschool enrichment program could not be successful without the amazing contributions of our parent community! Please consider signing up for cafeteria and playground supervision, classroom helper, office helper, special projects coordinator, fundraising, and/or social events. We welcome one-time and ongoing volunteers! If you would like to volunteer with PSD Options please sign up via PSD Partnerships.

PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.