Cooperatives

Co-ops are often much less structured and are just group gatherings with classes on informal subjects taught by parent-teacher volunteers.  The cost is usually very minimal, but the lack of consistent structure may not aid families seeking help with teaching their children core subjects or spiritual formation.

 

Formation Cooperative

A formation cooperative blends the structure of a tutorial program with the volunteerism of a co-op, resulting in the benefit of a much lower cost than tutorials yet providing a structured learning environment, as well as character and virtue development for the entire family.

 

If this seems like something in which your family might be interested, don't hesitate to contact us about our co-op!

We are... the best of both a tutorial and a cooperative!

Tutorials

A tutorial provides a thorough, structured classroom setting with compensated tutors, where students go to classes generally two days per week.  While the benefits are numerous, the cost of a tutorial can be prohibitive for homeschooling families on limited incomes.

"The education of the moral conscience... cannot be renounced."

Saint John Paul II, Familiaris Consortio

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