FAQs



Q:

What is a co-op?

A:

A homeschool co-op is a group of homeschooling families working together to teach academic, supplemental or enrichment classes to their children. These families come together to share ideas, gifts and talents to benefit the group as a whole. In a co-op cooperation is crucial. Each family is expected to engage and participate to the best of their ability, working toward the same goals: to ensure each student’s success.

Q:

What do we do?

A:

Our mission is to support and encourage families in their homeschooling journey. Our desire is to create a community of Christian families who unite in the goal of educating their children faithfully and intentionally.

Q:

On whom do we focus?

A:

Our goal is to provide parent-taught classes for 1st -8th grade, while building a high school program focused on 4 core subjects taught by compensated teachers with knowledge and expertise in a particular subject (Math, Science, History, Literature).

Q:

How often do we meet?

A:

All grades meet once per week for 5 class periods. High Schoolers have a second day of class during the week intended to keep students on track and ensure they are understanding the lessons, as well as to offer extra help for those who need it. Both days are mandatory for registered members.

Q:

How much does it cost?

A:

Co-op Dues: $30 /month, per family

High School Tuition: $200 /month, per family

Registration Fee: $50

Class fees (one-time per year)

*Parents are required to purchase class curriculum for their student

Q:

What are the membership requirements?

A:

Members must be actively involved in a community of Believers.

Members must sign the Statement of Faith.

Members must, in good faith, have the ability to pay all dues and fees.

Members oldest student must be in 1st grade or older.

Members must be available to volunteer for a predetermined number of hours.

Q:

What curricula does Freedom Homeschool Co-op use?

A:

All of our class curricula is decided by the parent-teacher of each particular class.

Q:

Must I remain with my student for the duration of the day?

A:

Our co-op model requires that at least one parent or responsible adult per family unit attend co-op with their student. 

Q:

Do I have to teach a class?

A:

Our co-op model requires that a parent or responsible adult volunteers to teach or assist in a classroom for at least 2 class periods. 

Q:

Do we have to wear a mask?

A:

We believe that you are a good parent, able to make responsible decisions for yourself and your family. You may choose whether or not you and your children wear masks at co-op.