Homeschool Days FAQs
What grade is this program meant for?
This program is meant for grades K-12th (Ages 5-18). Children who are below the age requirement may attend, but will be unable to participate in program activities. This program is not appropriate for younger children. Please explore our Tiny Soarers program for young learners.
What time can we get there?
Doors open 15 minutes before program start time. Doors are closed and locked 15 minutes after program start for safety purposes. Late arrivals will not be accepted after the door is closed.
What are your check-in procedures?
Homeschool days are carefully scheduled, arriving on time makes it easier for you and your family group. Upon arrival your family group will be checked in at the registration desk. Your students will be given name tags and wristbands at this time. Please note all attendees must be prepaid and pre-registered.
Please Note: This program is for grades K- 12 ( ages 5 & up). Children who are below the age requirement may attend, but will be unable to participate in program activities.
How do I register for Homeschool Days?
Registration is found on our website. Please choose your topic, complete the form with included payment and you’re all set!
Can I register for all the sessions now?
Once registration opens in June, you may sign up and pay for all the sessions at once if you wish to ensure space for yourself and your student(s). However, the Museum cannot offer refunds for cancellations. Please note – the Museum reserves the right to cancel the program if minimum attendance numbers are not met. In the case of Museum cancellations, all advance payments will be refunded.
Will my family group remain together?
All family groups will stay together regardless of age, unless otherwise requested.
Where can I find my reservation information?
Your registration will be confirmed the day of, via email. This email will contain the date, time and location, as well as topic.
Can I drop my child off? Do I have to stay?
Family groups must be attended by at least one adult.
Can I touch or climb in/on the airplanes?
During programs some planes are able to be climbed into. Otherwise please refrain from climbing, or touching our planes. Our aircraft are flight worthy, please help us keep ’em flying.
What happens in inclement weather?
Homeschool Days will follow the West Clermont school closings. In case of inclement weather conditions please check your email for a determination 90 minutes prior to your scheduled arrival.
Should I bring a sweater?
As our Museum is a working hangar, please dress for the weather. Sweater, or jacket is recommended in winter.
Where do we store coats?
There is a coat rack available in the lobby.
Can we bring our lunch?
No, there is no onsite eating, or table space available. Here are some recommended local parks for lunch:
Aircraft Viewing Area: Located across from Lehn Painting- 4175 Taylor Rd, Batavia, OH 45103
Batavia Township Sports Park- Batavia Township Community Center, 1535 Clough Pike, Batavia, OH 45103
Veteran’s Memorial Park- 906 Clough Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45245
Sycamore Park- 4082 OH-132, Batavia, OH 45103
If I can't attend, can I get a refund?
All programs are nonrefundable. You are able to transfer your program registration to another family group.
Are there any discounts for Homeschool Days?
Yes! Homeschool Days are FREE to members.