New Homeschool Co-ops in Greater Cincinnati

I just received word that there are going to be two new co-ops this fall on the north side of Cincinnati. Here is some information for you to consider if you are interested. Sign up now as classes fill up early and it may be difficult to get in later.

Kingdom Builders Homeschool Co-op was established in February 2012 with a desire to provide enrichment and fellowship for homeschool families in the northeast Cincinnati area.  Our first year will begin next fall with the 2012-2013 school year.

We meet at Grace Bible Presbyterian Church, 12060 Lebanon Road (Rt.42) Cincinnati, OH 45241, on Wednesdays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Kingdom Builders Co-op provides homeschooling families an opportunity to extend their children’s learning experience one day a week.  We are an enrichment co-op, providing small classes and fellowship in a fun group environment.  The co-op is designed to compliment the instruction you provide at home.

We believe that being involved in the education of our children is a unique ministry.  In keeping with this, Kingdom Builders families sign a Statement of Faith covering the basic tenets of Biblical Christianity.

Family Christian Homeschool Co-op, Formerly Mason Co-op, will meet on Friday mornings starting Fall 2012 at North Fairfield Baptist Church, located near the Bridgewater Falls shopping area near Hwy 129.

We are primarily an enrichment co-op, and rely on our members to share their gifts, teaching subjects they are interested in and have a passion for. Class offerings will supplement what the student is learning at home, either as a new “elective” or to support “core” subjects, with a once-a-week opportunity to gain a fresh perspective from the teacher and from positive interaction with fellow Christian homeschoolers.

Members must agree with our Statement of Faith and agree to follow the Policies established by the Board.

If you are looking for other local co-ops I have a list of them that you can click here.

Wondering what the benefits are to being in a co-op or if you should join? Here is a post that I have written that will help with your decision. Educational Co-ops: Do I Join?

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