We are a 501 (c) (3) organization in Cabarrus County that seeks to educate our families at home and in a community together, leading and guiding them in the way they should go. We desire to do life together and support each other in this journey. We all have something to offer and we see the value of everyone in the co-op. We are one body with many parts, all essential to the co-op family. We desire to not only teach our own children, but to disciple the children and lead them toward their own individual callings in life. We will do whatever we can to support each child. In addition to the children, we want to create an environment that supports the whole family.
We pick from a variety of different curriculum publishers, using only the best of the best! We use Notgrass, The Good and the Beautiful, Apologia, Lifepac, to name a few. We also offer lifeskills, p.e., art, drama and 4-H.
When you join our co-op, you are joining a family! We do life together, not only in the classroom, but at home also. We take field trips together, walk through tough times together, become friends together, pray for each other, serve together. It is our goal to give students every opportunity to leave our community having learned all that they can, to go out into the world ready to face it! For parents, we want to walk alongside of you as you homeschool your children, and be a support system for you. We are a drop off program on our school days. If you are shopping on Amazon, please use our link!! https://smile.amazon.com/ch/81-4524763 <a href="https://www.treering.com/environmentally-friendly-yearbooks"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/media.treering.com/badge.png" al
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John 15:5 “I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.
Curriculum for 2019-2020 School year
K-6th grade NC State history www.statehistory.net
7th-12th grade will be studying books in the “Heroes of the Faith” series, http://www.prayerfoundation.org/books/book_review_heroes_0_of_the_faith_index.htm .
The Good and the Beautiful
Levels 1-7 in grades 1-8
Level High School 1 in 9-10 grades
Level High School 2 in 11-12 grades
K-3rd grade The Good and the Beautiful courses, will be completing multiple units
4-6 grade Apologia Exploring Creation With Astronomy
7th grade Science in the Beginning by Jay Wile
8th grade Apologia General Science
9-10 grade Physical Science
11th-12th grade Biology, Chemistry or The Good and the Beautiful, https://www.thegoodandthebeautiful.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Earth-and-Space-Science_Website-Outline_1.0-1.pdf
K-2nd grade, The Good and the Beautiful
3rd-12th grade, Teaching Textbooks. We will be doing the textbooks in class. We strongly encourage families to get the monthly, online subscription to assist with the home work days. https://www.teachingtextbooks.com/
Spanish 1 and 2, curriculum TBD
K-12 Handwriting http://www.jennyphillips.com/handwriting/
We will also offer extra classes, such as art, PE, life skills, drama, and photography. These will be decided on before the school year begins. More classes will be offered as teachers become available to teach
We will be offering a Structural Design credit for middle and high school students. Younger students can participate for the experience. Students will be designing, planning and building a natural playground for the school, under adult instruction. This course will be offered on Thursdays.
Schedule for all classes will be determined based on enrollment. Classes can not be taken individually, unless discussed ahead of time.
Includes all books, which will be yours to keep once purchased
This is a per family, once yearly fee
Offered every day
1650 and 2750 per year, broken up into 10 equal payment
$900 and 1600 for the year, broken up into 10 equal payment
You can pay for services or make a tax deductible donation through this link.