SNAP Academic Co-op
SNAP Academic Co-op is a full-year, academic, high school-focused co-op that meets on Fridays from 10:00am to 3:00pm. The co-op runs from late August through early May.
SNAP has three class periods which include:
- Academic electives (such as literature, drama, art, PE, and nutrition)
- Science classes (utilizing Apologia Young Explorer series and various textbooks for high school classes)
- Social Studies classes (geography for elementary and a four-year high school history track)
Families must be members of Generations and have a participating middle or high school student in order to join SNAP. Younger siblings may then enjoy classes in the same subjects at their level. Parents co-lead each hour, sharing the responsibility with other parents for each class.
Specific details on how to join SNAP are available to Generations members. Submitting an application for SNAP is a commitment to join the co-op if the application is accepted. The SNAP directors determine if a family is a good fit for the co-op based on the family’s class preferences, the parent’s ability to co-lead specific classes being offered, the number of children in the family, class ratios, and class sizes. Joining SNAP is a commitment to all three class periods for the entire school year. Applications are processed in May for the following school year. The annual fee for SNAP is currently $50 per family.
For more information on SNAP, contact [email protected].