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FAQs

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What is HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS?

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HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS is a nonprofit corporation created with the desire to reach out to Christian families in the Greene County area of East Tennessee who educate their children at home. HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS operates a co-op in Greeneville on Mondays.  HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS also offers the opportunity for fellowship, friendships, field trips, activities with area homeschoolers, and athletic opportunities.  

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What benefits are included in a HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS membership?

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As a member of HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS you are invited to participate in every activity, subject to age/grade guidelines.  This would include field trips, activities, scholastic competitions, athletics, moms' day out, conferences, and co-op classes.  In addition, you have full access to the HERITAGE website.  You will receive emails on upcoming events, homeschool helps, as well as general information on local events.  

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If I  am not able to participate in co-op classes, may I still be a member of HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS? 

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Absolutely!  You may choose which aspects of all that HERITAGE HOME SCHOLARS offers that you wish to participate in!

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How do I join HERITAGE Co-op? 

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The first step is to become a HERITAGE member by registering on this website.  All members will be sent e-mail notices about co-op classes and registration.    Registration for 2014/15 classes will take place online.  Before signing up for co-op, please make sure that you read the Handbook, which will answer many of your questions.  You must sign in as a member, and then go to the  co-op tab on the website.  

Q:

Does HERITAGE have a Facebook page?

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We do not have a Facebook page, but we do have a closed Facebook group.  Go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/115543438545258/ to request membership in the Facebook group.