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FAQs

BACH

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How do I join BACH?

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To join BACH, simply click on the Request Membership link on this website.

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How much does it cost to join BACH?

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The annual dues are $50.00 per year.  If families wish to partipate in co-op classes there is an additional fee of $40.

Q:

Where are BACH's Monthly Support Meetings held?

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BACH normally holds it's monthly support meetings at the First Bapist Church in Boerne.

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When are BACH's monthly support meetings held?

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BACH normally meets on the second Monday evening of the month at 6:30 pm. Our meetings typically last about 2 hours. However, our meetings are occasionally moved to a different night due to holidays and special events, so be sure and contact someone before attending your first meeting.  

Q:

Do I have to join BACH if I only want to play sports, not take classes?

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Yes, all sports are fall under the BACH umbrella of activities and use BACH resources to provide web acees, scheduling, and other miscellanious administrative things.  Therefore to play on the BACH sports team families need to hold an official BACH membership.  The membership is only $50 per family for the whole school year.  BACH membership also gets you access to our website that provides the calendar of games and other events such as field trips.  You'll also recieve access to our eloop where you can stay up to date on our growing sports program.  

Q:

Does BACH offer anything else besides support meetings?

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BACH is so much more than just support meetings! The co-op offers classes, field trips, socials, productions, graduations, friendships and so much more.

Q:

Where can I go for homeschool legal help?

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Home School Legal Defense Association is a non-profit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms. Through annual memberships, HSLDA is tens of thousands of families united in service together, providing a strong voice when and where needed.
Texas Homeschool Coalition: Join THSC Association and get benefits and discounts potentially worth $100s of dollars while you support the organization which is your advocate for home school freedoms in Texas!

Q:

Does Homeschooling adversely affect the socialization of a child?

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No, studies have shown that homeschooled children are better socialized in real-world settings. A class full of 30 ten year olds is not a natural setting in real life. Experiments have shown that a room full of different aged homeschooled children all play along nicely. Public schooled children of the same ages grouped themselves by age and didn't socialize much with others outside their age group.