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Empowering Parents to take the lead in their children's education


Enrichment Co-op

The responsibility of educating children is given to the parent by the Commandment of God, Deuteronomy 6:5-9. Therefore, we believe "strongly" that nothing should replace the parents' involvement in their child's foundational training and education.

Joining a homeschool co-op can hugely benefit families by providing an opportunity to form relationships and connections with other homeschoolers. It also enables everyone to share useful educational programs, activities, ideas, and resources which helps create a supportive and comprehensive community.

Connecting with other parents with the same faith, values, belief, and interest in quality education is priceless. By contributing your time and resources to a homeschooling co-op, you can open up countless benefits and opportunities to everyone in your family. Most importantly, choosing a homeschool co-op will create lasting memories your family will cherish forever!

Our homeschool co-op's mission is to share the love of Jesus Christ and help our members develop and share their unique skills, interests, hobbies, and creativity with others. We strive to contribute to this.

With cooperative learning, you can extend and enrich the already-taught lessons at home. It's a great way to supplement electives or enhance core academic subjects. Our parents play various roles in their children's education and are essential to the success of our co-op experience. It is important to remember that co-op does not replace the part of parents; it only aids and complements home education.

12 Key Benefits: 

  1. It provides encouragement, support, and guidance from other homeschooling parents and families.
  2. It provides the expertise of other parent educators to teach subjects you may dislike or be weak in.
  3. It provides an affordable and flexible educational experience from which all families can benefit by sharing the expense. 
  4. It provides cooperative and creative learning experiences that supplement, enlighten, or complement existing curricula already taught in the home.
  5. It provides an opportunity to benefit from working successfully within a structured classroom environment.
  6. It allows students to learn and adapt to different teaching styles.
  7. It provides an opportunity for students to learn subjects that are difficult to teach at home and that function better in a group.
  8. It provides accountability for classes that may fall by the wayside at home, especially for high school students, and hands-on courses like science or creative writing.
  9. It provides an opportunity for ingenuity and motivation for students to excel. 
  10. It provides a safe Christ-like environment to grow and develop character and learn to share and interact with all ages. 
  11. It provides opportunities for parents and children to meet and make new friends.
  12. It provides an opportunity for tons of fun! The entire family can look forward to a getaway from home each week.

Each semester, a non-refundable registration fee of $10 per family is collected for the co-op. This money contributes to necessary supplies and other operational costs associated with running the program.

We are a non-profit outreach ministry striving to keep co-op registration costs affordable for everyone. Parent educators will not profit from the classes; the fee covers their supplies and administrative costs.

Parents must be responsible for settling the fees associated with their child's involvement in courses, activities, or class trips. Remember that all payments are non-refundable to complete the registration.

Please note that no refunds will be issued if you cancel or switch classes already begun, as the instructor has already incurred the relevant costs. Additionally, remember that fees may be revised as necessary.

Through the co-op, students can engage in an educational journey spanning 34 weeks throughout the school year, including a 14-week program from September to December and a 20-week program from January to May.

Students who complete specific courses will receive a certificate of completion, which they can add to their university, vocational school, or job applications. However, we strongly advise that all courses are taken to be included on the student's high school transcript. Note that some classes may be subject to change.