WELCOME TO ARCHE!!
If you are looking for a Christian homeschool cooperative in the St. Louis County/ Jefferson County region, then you have come to the right place! Our families work together to provide Christ-focused educational enrichment opportunities to one another in the form of weekly classes (two semesters per year), parties, field trips, social groups, musical theater and so much more! Our classes are held on Thursdays at Concord Church. Have a look around and feel free to contact us if you have questions! You can find us on Facebook or email us [email protected].
ARCHE is a Missouri non-profit and 501(c)(3)
Membership for the school year opens July 1.
If you are considering ARCHE, we ask that you read the policies and procedures. This document is located in the next tab.
Our membership calendar year is from July 1 - June 30. The current membership fee is $90.
Enrollment for classes for the upcoming semester is open until the Friday prior to the first day. After this point, classes are closed to new enrollment. New members joining after class deadlines are welcome to participate in any of our special interest groups as well as exclusive member only events.
ARCHE Musical Theater presents...
Disney Beauty and the Beast Jr.
Be our Guest!!
Thursday, March 16th and Friday, March 17th at 7 pm
AND Saturday, March 18th at 2 pm
Tickets: $6 cash only at the door, General Admission seating.
Concord Church 13775 Tesson Ferry Rd St. Louis, MO 63128
Contact [email protected] with any questions.
When and where are classes held?
Classes happen every Thursday at Concord Church during the fall and spring semester, from 9am-noon and musical theater is from 1pm-3pm.
What classes are offered?
There are many different learning opportunities offered by parents for a minimal cost (generally the supplies needed for the workshop). ARCHE occasionally offers core science classes and classes taught by professionals; these generally cost more. Classes vary each semester depending on what the parent-teachers decide to offer.
If I decide to teach a class, how do I decide what to teach?
We ask that each family spend at least one semester at ARCHE actively participating in classes. Classes are unique by design, and having a new teacher unfamilar with the structure of ARCHE can be difficult. Once that semester is over, the class coordinator will send out an email requesting class submissions. At this point you would fill out the form, making decisions about what to offer, when you can offer it, how much to charge, etc. All classes are subject to board approval.
01 April Fool's Day
April 1 - Saturday
07 Good Friday - No Workshops
April 7 - Friday
April 9 - Sunday