Enhance your homeschool curriculum with Figment
We hold our Homeschool Group sessions up to five days a week — Monday through Friday from 9:30AM to 2:30PM.
We offer Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in our Art Room with Ms. Stephanie, exploring different art mediums and creative projects.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Homeschool sessions will take place in our Maker-Space exploring many different creative forms including process art, ceramics, and fiber art with Ms. Sarah.
There are limited spots available, so you MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE.
Drop-ins are now an option! Let us know if you would like to sign up for a single day drop-in (pending spot availability). Please sign up at least 24 hours in advance.
Homeschool Group Enrollment Options
- 1 day/week — $250/month
- 2 days/week — $425/month
- 3 days/week — $600/month
- 4 days/week – $700/month
- 5 days/week – $750/month
Figment’s Homeschool Group is designed to enrich your own curriculum with hands-on learning that’s rooted in S.T.E.A.M. principles. During each session, we spend time creating in the Art Studio and playing outside with friends.
Each day, we explore a different topic, and students work on both guided and self-directed projects. With some notice, we’re happy to tailor activities to requested concepts and curriculum.
Homeschool Group at a glance
- Monday, Wednesday, and Friday choices from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM
- The class is limited to 12 students
- We will take full advantage of Figment’s open air classroom and do some lessons outdoors as well as inside.
- Each student should bring a labeled bottle of water, a snack and a packed lunch. We’re a peanut free campus.
FALL 2022 REGISTRATION OPENS MAY 2ND AT 12PM CST
The Fall Semester begins on August 15th, 2022 and continues until December 21st, 2022. You will pay the first month’s tuition to enroll.
If you have any questions, please call (512)551-3244
Refunds, prorates, and/or credits for monthly tuition are NOT issued under the following circumstances:
-Your child is absent
-If there is an unexpected school closure announced by your district.
-If Figment is closed due to a national holiday or school break, in correlation with AISD.
-In the event of an unexpected school closure due to weather, an emergency or natural disaster, including temporary closures due to COVID, tuition for that month will not be refunded or discounted.
-Your child is required to sit out of the program to quarantine
We require a notice of 10 business days, prior to your child’s last day at Figment Creative Labs.
This program integrates all the concepts we believe in at Figment: S.T.E.A.M. principles, maker mentality, process art and play-based learning.
Heard of STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math)? We believe that adding Art to the equation increases interest and fosters creativity. This hands-on approach to learning gets kids excited about learning and working together as a team.
We utilize our outdoor classroom where we learn through play, create, nurture @figmentsfurryfriends, garden, and build relationships.
We believe the process of making art is more important than the outcome. Adults are there to guide children by providing the right materials, teaching technique and assisting along the way. When children take charge of their own creative process, they practice critical thinking, make their own decisions and build confidence along the way. As our artists get older and more interested in new mediums and techniques, we work on skill-building.
Our dedicated Maker Space expands on the foundation of STEAM. Students learn through hands-on and often collaborative projects. This project-based approach builds your maker’s confidence and encourages analytic problem-solving.
Part of our child-directed philosophy is play-based learning. Play is the basis of experimental learning. The Discovery Lab offers something to engage everyone. It’s a place where your child can be anything, a fashion designer, an engineer, a scientist. They can also just grab a book or play a game with friends.
About the instructor
Figment owner and founder Amber Scardino began teaching process art classes seven years ago. These classes, held in her garage studio under the name Wee Warhols, were a natural extension of the art explorations she’d been leading for her young sons. As her boys and her students grew, she started adding more science, technology, engineering, and math. Partially to keep their interest and also to provide them a well rounded education. Amber is also a co-author of the book series STEAM Kids.