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Our membership is now closed for the 2023-2024 school year. Please check back in February 2024 when we will offer tours and interviews for the following school year.


Our Mission

Through the sharing of our members’ gifts and talents we strive to provide academic support and enrichment to home school families, which would enhance a parent’s effort to educate their children, by offering quality classes in a Christian environment.

At FAITH we believe that when a family chooses to home school they are embarking on one of the most challenging and rewarding endeavors they may experience. We want to come alongside a family’s efforts to support, encourage, and supplement their home school. While at FAITH you will find academic classes that can alleviate some of the parental teaching, we firmly believe that the parents retain the responsibility to control, oversee, and guide their child’s education.

We believe that by cooperating together in the sharing of our members’ gifts and talents all of our students will reap the rewards of receiving instruction that their own parent may not feel able to give or teach.


We meet on Mondays at Heights Baptist Church located at 1591 County Road 144, Alvin, TX 77511.


At FAITH we are committed to keeping our fees low and affordable.  Annual registration for new families before May 1 is $235 per family and $250 after May 1.  Registration fees are non-refundable.

Class fees will be assessed for most classes. There are also book requirements for all academic classes.  Please see class descriptions for details on fees and book requirements.


Each parent is completely responsible for their children while they are at co-op. This being said we have instituted policies and guidelines which are available by viewing our Handbook.   We have two meetings each year to help FAITH Co-op run smoothly.  The first is a teacher workshop held in late summer and then a parent meeting just before the beginning of the fall semester.  We ask all teachers/parents to attend these meetings.