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Rachel Meyer (questions about payment, website, enrollment/registration)

All About REACH

REACH is a cooperative educational ministry of families in Central WI.

Who:  Homeschool students who are 12 years or older by September 1 are welcome to participate in the REACH High program.  There will sometimes be a few class choices open as young as age 10.  For the 2019-2020 school year, REACH is taking a new approach as a co-op.  There will no longer be a teaching requirement for parents; most classes will be taught by paid tutors.  Only registered students will be allowed on campus and students are allowed to pick and choose any or all classes, either or both semesters.

Why:  As Christian home-educators, we are dedicated to the support and development of homeschooling families. Our goal is to provide educational opportunities for our children from a Biblical worldview in a safe and respectful environment.

What:  REACH was founded as a homeschool co-op with each family taking turns assuming teaching responsibilities.  As of the 2019-2020 school year, REACH is functioning more as a homeschool service, coordinating classes and connecting families with tutors.

When:  REACH meets weekly on Tuesdays, September - April. There are 2 semesters, each with 12 weeks of class. REACH High meets 8:50am - 12:00pm with occasional afternoon classes.

Where:  REACH meets at Woodlands Church (190 Hoover Avenue, Plover).

How:  The process to request REACH membership is explained below. The enrollment fees is $20/student each semester. There are options to save by enrolling for the full year at once and by enrolling early (spring).  Enrollment is available throughout the summer but there will be additional late enrollment fees added.  Enrollment for the spring semester will open after fall classes have begun.

Enrollment fees are due at the time of enrollment and are non-refundable.  Because most classes are now tutor-taught, there will be additional class fees which are due at the time of class registration.  Classes are filled on a first-come-and-paid, first-served basis, with a waiting list available.


If you would like more information about Co-op and/or Membership you may:

  • read the REACH Handbook / Policy page
  • set up a time to visit (contact link at top)
  • contact someone on Leadership Team (contact link at top)
  • browse our current class information

If you would like to request Membership, please click Online Registration - CLICK HERE FIRST in the top navigation bar.

By enrolling and/or registering in REACH Co-op and any classes offered by REACH, whether parent-taught or tutor-taught, you are agreeing to the following:

  • That you and every family member participating have read and will be bound by all policies, procedures and expectations laid out in the Handbook, the REACH High Handbook (for children 12+), and on this website.  
  • That you give permission for photos and/or videos of yourself and/or your child(ren) to be taken in connection with REACH classes, events and activities,  You understand and give your consent for said photos and/or videos to be used in print publications, on line publicaitons, presentations, websites, and social media for purposes of advertising and promoting the REACH Co-op.  

Thank you for your interest in REACH Co-op. Please let us know if there is anything we can help you with!  

REACH Leadership Team

Resource Links

Local Groups
CHAT-Christian Homeschoolers Aligning Together
CHAT is a Christian, non-denominational, community-wide homeschool community, connecting homeschoolers to opportunities that are informational, relational, and educational for the purpose of providing support and encouragement to homeschooling families.
Local Groups
YEAH! - Youth Educated At Home
A students-led ministry for home educated teens age 13-18, 7th-12th grade. Monthly social events and/or service projects give teens a place to connect, have fun, and serve.
Homeschooling Resources
WPA: Wisconsin Parents Association
WPA: *Welcomes all homeschoolers. *Provides information, encouragement, and support for homeschoolers. *Brings families together through annual conferences and a network of Regional Coordinators. *Ensures the right of families to choose an education consistent with their principles and beliefs. *Informs the legislature, the media, and the general public about homeschooling and maintains a favorable climate of opinion for homeschooling in Wisconsin. *Monitors legislation and current developments that affect homeschooling families, keeps members informed, and coordinates action when needed. *Empowers families to make decisions based on their principles and beliefs, needs, and aspirations, and to respond to challenges from government, other large institutions, so-called “experts,” and others.