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FAQs

Q:

How do I apply for membership to Crown Homeschool Community?

A:

Click apply for membership to fill out an application. You will receive an email confirming receipt of your application.  Membership approval can take up to 1-2 days, so if you want to register for co-op classes, do not wait until the night before to apply for membership.

Q:

How much does it cost to join Crown Homeschool Community, Co-op, and/or Monday Class Day?

A:

We are happy to announce that Membership in Crown for the new school year is only $60 for the entire family, for the year.   This fee covers the insurance, website, and other costs to help make Crown the best homeschool ministry support group for your family.

Wednesday Co-op is optional with your Crown membership.  Co-op has a separate fee of $70/family/year. This fee covers our rent and other minor costs to run co-op. Additional costs can include books, supplies, and fees for certain classes, particularly the high school classes. Financial costs are kept at a minimum because the real cost for every member is their commitment, time, and effort to make this cooperative organization run effectively.

Monday Class Day is also optional with your Crown membership. Monday Class Day has a separate fee of $70/family/year. This fee covers our rent and other costs to run class day. Additional costs include the individual class fees, books, and supplies. 

Example: Membership + Wednesday Co-op + Monday Class Day = $200/family/year

There may be other optional events that have costs associated with them like: field trips, social events, etc. 

**Everyone must be a current member of Crown Homeschool Community to participate in Co-op and/or Monday Class Day.  

 

Q:

Can I join Crown if I'm with a charter school or a private homeschool group?

A:

Yes! Crown is not a school.  Anyone that homeschools can join, whether you are with a charter school, a psp, or you file your own affidavit.  We are a support group that offers all kinds of co-op classes, field trips, moms night out, teen & tween events, and so much more!  This is the place to get connected and join a community of loving and supportive families while you navigate through your homeschool journey. Many solid friendships are formed for both students and parents!

Q:

Can I drop off my children for classes?

A:

Wednesday Co-op is NOT a drop-off program. A parent must stay on campus and teach or help in classes they are assigned to. Being a part of a co-operative organization means everyone pulls their own weight to maintain a successful program. The only exception is if your student is at least 14 years old and in a high school level class; you must complete a high school drop-off form. These students may be dropped off, however the parent is still required to volunteer once a month at co-op.  **If you have younger siblings attending classes on campus, you may not leave.

Monday Class Day IS a drop-off program, however, there are requirements and limitations. If you are a renewing Crown member there are no grade restrictions for Monday classes. If you are a new member, we ask that you have a child in 1st grade or higher enrolled in a Monday class to participate. Parents may sign-in their child(ren) and leave while they are attending classes. Classes are taught by approved paid teachers and generally will be more academic in nature. Students ages 13 and under must be supervised at all times by being enrolled in a class, study hall, or with a parent. A parent from each family is required to work at least 12 service hours per semester and serve in a designated service job.

Q:

Can I enroll students that are not my children in the case that I am homeschooling or babysitting children from other families?

A:

No. Parents (or guardians or homeschooling grandparents) are only allowed to enroll their own children for co-op.

Q:

Does the co-op have programs for children who are not of school age yet?

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Yes. We have a nursery and a preschool.  Our nursery and preschool classes are for the siblings of children that are in classes Kindergarten and older. 

Q:

How many members does Crown have?

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This number fluctuates, however, on average we have approximately 80 families as members of Crown Homeschool Community. 

 

Q:

What kinds of classes does the Crown offer? 

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Between Wednesday Co-op and Monday Class Day, Crown offers a wide variety of educational and enrichment classes, from history, science, math, English, and foreign languages to art, music, drama, dance, cooking... and much more.  Please see our curent list of classes attached on the left side of the website. 

Q:

What are some ways that Crown Homeschool Community promotes unity and cooperation among the students?

A:

We have monthly park days and family days, field trips, tween and teen events, service projects, and mom's night out.  

We have a dedicated lunch hour and prayer/announcements during co-op, as well as fun days throughout the year like PJs and Pancakes Day and our annual Open House. 

 

Q:

Is this a religious organization?

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We are a collection of families from a variety of denominations. We have a Statement of Faith that members are required to sign in agreement to.  Our purpose is to support each other in our homeschool endeavors while encouraging each other freely with the Word of God. You will find an environment of faith and a Christian worldview in all our classes and activities.

Q:

What are the minimum requirements to participate in Monday Class Day and Wednesday Co-op?

A:

Monday Class Day Requirements: You must join Crown Homeschool Community by completing the membership profile and pay the membership + Monday Class Day fees, have one student from your family who is enrolled in 1st grade or higher before enrolling younger students. If you are a renewing member there are no grade restrictions.

Wednesday Co-op Requirements: You must join Crown Homeschool Community by completing the membership profile and pay the membership + Wednesday Co-op fees, have a Kindergarten or older student participating, remain on campus, and fulfull your classroom/parent assignments.