Classeteria is proud to host the League of Independent Learners homeschool classes.


The League provides homeschoolers with academic fundamentals in an engaging, supportive environment

The League’s mission is to transfer some of the responsibility of building an academic foundation off of parents so that family, home and out-of-class time can be spent in other pursuits, such as project work, play, interest-based learning, field trips, daydreaming, and all the other fun stuff we signed up for when we started homeschooling.


Small classes, careful individualized attention, similarly aged peers, a clear curriculum map and discipline policy provides parents with the scaffolding they need to get those basics down, as well as the tribe many of us are looking to provide for our kids.

Daily schedule:

9:30a – 10a: Rolling drop off

10a – 11:30a: ELA with a movement/snack break around 10:45

11:30a – 12:30a: Lunch break with a trip to the park across the street

12:30 – 2p: Math and Science with a movement break/subject change around 1:15p

2p - 3p: Rolling pick up and free play.

Check out our afterschool options here.


Our educators use a curriculum map and student assessments to find a baseline and develop goals with each group of children and work with them as a whole, in small groups and individually.

Based on the ages, needs and previous academic experience of the students, the course work will include some of the following in each subject:


  • Comprehension strategies and skills

  • Grammar

  • Vocabulary

  • Spelling and word study

  • Penmanship

  • Punctuation

  • Composition


  • The four operations

  • Measurement

  • Perimeter, Area and Volume

  • Lines, Angles and Rotations

  • Fractions

  • Advanced work available


  • Life cycles

  • Ecosystems

  • Space systems

  • Light and Sound

  • Forces and Interactions

  • Matter

  • Energy


Our educators have experience teaching in both public and private schools in the city. Our educational director provides oversight, and our administration staff is always available to go over any issues or questions with families.


Our facility is a friendly community space with two dedicated classrooms, a library, an art room and cozy “living room” for parents and little ones to comfortably wait. We have enclosed outdoor green space and food storage facilities. Parents are welcome here.

 We are located in Bushwick, Brooklyn with a variety of shops and food options in the immediate vicinity. Our local park is across the street and is a two-square-block community space with grass, playgrounds, handball/basketball courts and a central plaza that often holds community events on the weekends.

Join us!

We have homeschool options for:

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Emerging Readers

Approx 1st + 2nd grade

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Ages 8 and up

Approx 3rd - 5th grade

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Homeschool Playgroup

For younger siblings


Community Days For Kids

Ages 6 and up

Homeschool FAQ

We partner with third parties to offer the following:


Homeschool Cub Scout Pack

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Math Circle


Homeschool Basketball Team with Mindful Coaching