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Welcome to Berean Homeschool Co-Op!


1. What is a homeschool Co-Op?

The word cooperative is defined as:

1. Done in cooperation with others.

2. Marked by willingness to cooperate; compliant.

3. Of, relating to, or formed as an enterprise or organization jointly owned or managed by those who use its facilities or services. 

All of these definitions relate to what happens at Berean Co-op.  We all work together to make an enjoyable learning environment.  Your kids will be in classes or nursery and you will be required to commit for three hours per week at Co-op as well as fulfilling a cleaning commitment 3 times during the school year. There are lots of positions available and we can always use help! 

Sometimes we may ask you to do a bit more on a given day. There may be a shortage of workers that day and you may be needed.

2.  How do I join Berean Co-Op?

The Co Op is full at this time but every semester we have turn over and would love to know of your interest.  We will put you on our waiting list and will contact you as soon as space is available.  Please contact [email protected] or [email protected] 

3.  Is there a cost for joining the Co-Op?

There is a $45 family fee per semester to cover our website, cleaning supplies, copies, insurance, and miscellaneous expenses.  Each of the classes also has a small supply fee which can be anywhere from $2 - $25.  The $25 would be for art, cooking, or a class with more than normal supplies.  No teacher makes any money from teaching the classes.