Hundred Acre Co-op

Parent Planned and Parent Run


So much more than a word!

     A homeschool co-op should help to create a sense of community. Inviting more say for parents in the way their children are educated, scheduling flexibility, and greater variety in terms of activities and academics. Here our members are the co-op, we build together.

     Here we are building variety by sharing costs for our educational activities, as well as sharing parental talents. Not every parent wants to teach their child to cook or sew, for example, but within the co-op, one parent might. While another teaches something else.

     Another advantage is that co-ops allow homeschooling parents to meet other families, and grow their village. This creates additional opportunities for socialization and brings families with similar interests, goals, and values together. 


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