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Co-ops available to SHHE members

Member Sponsored - Traditional Cooperative...

...The traditional Co-op offers families the opportunity to engage in Music, Science, Arts and Crafts, PE, American History, Public Speaking/Apologetics, Faith Formation: Old and New Testament, and Games. There is a nursery on site, and classes are for Kindergarten on up (12-13ish). This Co-op is held at St. Andrew's in Chandler on alternating Fridays opposite Boys and Girls Club from 9:45am - 1:00pm.  

 

Member Sponsored - Classical Co-op...

...This classical style co-op offers the littlest ones in the family through 6th grade the opportunity to share in the same curriculum at home and in the co-op classroom. We also offer fellowship and classes for 7+.  K-6th subjects integrate weekly themes through Art Appreciation, Religion, Music, History, Memory Work, Student Presentations and Science all done in a 3 year cycle.  This co-op is held at St. Anne's in Gilbert on Mondays from 8:30am - 11:30am and concludes with an optional Mass. Registration occurs during the summer and openings possibly available during winter break. 

 

Boys and Girls Club...

...At Boys and Girls club our children make friends their own gender and age while creating things like swords and helmets, rosary hangers, saint dolls, flower holders and much more all while learning and growing in their faith. Little Flowers is a program used for many girl groups, and Blue Knights for boys. The program used is decided upon by the leader. Held at Resurrection Parish in Tempe on the 2nd & 4th Fridays of the Month from 9:30 - 11:00. Registration held in the summer.

 

Mother of Mercy Co-op...

...Mother of Mercy Homeschool Co-op (MOM) is a co-op under SHHE, serving the Phoenix Northwest Valley starting August 2016.  We will be meeting from 9-11:30am on three Friday mornings per month from August to May at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church (9728 W. Palmeras Dr, Sun City).  MOM is designed to support the children’s homeschool education in K-6 primarily, using the Catholic Schoolhouse curriculum (catholicschoolhouse.com). The classes offered will include art, science, and history. Students in 7-8 grades are welcome to join in a separate classroom. Toddlers and babies too are welcome to come and play in an area designed for them. Parents are required to stay during the full session and will be scheduled to teach in the classroom or assist in some other way.