Homeschool Co-Op classes are a cooperative learning environment. Parents stay and assist in the classroom as teachers or helpers. It is not a drop off activity. Classes are taught by parent volunteers who have the knowledge base in the subject area taught. Subjects included each year are determined by parents based on the needs of students in the given year. Costs are based on needed materials and facility rental only, which help kept prices as low as possible.
Co-Op classes are held every Thursday morning throughout the school year in Adrian, Michigan.
Two classes are held with a short rest break in between.
On the 3rd Thursday of the month, art or gym classes are added to our schedule.
There is an annual family fee of $30 for participation in co-op classes.
Each individual class fee is based on materials and copies needed.
Parents may be asked to supply experiment components or craft supplies.
Some higher level classes may require books to be purchased.
Elementary students will participate in hands on learning with a Phonics class and Science with the Magic School Bus.
Elementary students will engage in many crafts and experiments to cement concepts learned in class.
Middle School students will be exploring the chemical world using Answers In Genesis curriculum Properties of Matter. Many hands on experiments and research will be completed. Creative Writing class will give your middle school students the opportunity to develop and hone writing skills as they write several short stories.
High School Students will be using Apologia's Exploring Creation with Chemistry. They will perform labs and create a lab notebook.
The high school students will also be delving into the foundations of our country and economy with American Government and Economics.
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