Homeschool Day at Fort Ticonderoga
Friday, September 7, 2018
Spend a day at Fort Ticonderoga and take part in a series of programs designed for homeschool families!
Comments from past participants:
"I wanted to thank Ft. Ticonderoga for Homeschool Day. My kids & I thoroughly enjoyed experiencing a day at the fort. The demonstrations were wonderful, and we enjoyed learning about the history of the fort & the area. The guide explaining the geography of the area & lakes helped us to understand why the fort was so strategically desired." --2015 Homeschool Day Participant
"By the way, the day was AMAZING!!! No joke, it was absolutely everything we hoped for and more. We all want to come back! Thank you to everyone who put so much effort, planning, enthusiasm, and time into a perfect way to start the homeschooling year!!!" --2015 Homeschool Day Participant
"All of you at Fort Ticonderoga should be high-fiving each other! Your homeschool day was incredible! My family and I have traveled all over the Northeast and Midwest attending homeschool events at historical landmarks, national parks, national lakeshore, etc, and yours was one of the best! We had an amazing time enjoying your majestic fort in it's beautiful surroundings on Lake Champlain. The interpreters were informative and interesting. Every staff member and volunteer was friendly and helpful. Thank you for this special event geared towards the homeschooling family. We've been telling everyone how great Fort Ticonderoga is! We'll definitely be back!"--2015 Homeschool Day Participant
Student general admission for Homeschool Day is $6/student with one free parent. Additional adults pay $14 each. Student rates apply to Grades K-12.
If you would like to add the To Act as One United Body program to your experience, it will be $10/student (includes general admission).
A combination ticket that includes general admission, a 90-minute narrated boat cruise aboard the Carillon and the To Act as One United Body program is $16/student and $25/adult.
North Country History Day
The National History Day® program provides homeschool families with an excellent opportunity for project-based learning. Students create projects based on an annual theme and compete at the regional, state, and national level.
Fort Ticonderoga coordinates North Country History Day for students is Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, St. Lawrence, and Warren counties in New York State. Homeschool students who reside in these six counties are invited to participate. Learn More.