Where and When

Co-op meets each Tuesday from the last week of August till the end of April at Seymour Heights Christian church from 9:00am to 12:15pm.  We hold a mandatory Orientation the Tuesday before co-op starts.

Each student enrolls in three courses that align with their grade level.  All courses are taught by members who volunteer to tutor students in the selected course for the entire school year. 

Each parent is required to stay on campus with their children and volunteer their time and abilities.

2024-2025 School Year

Orientation August 13th 10:00-11:30am

Co-Op will meet each Tuesday 9:00am to 12:15pm on the following dates:

August 20th through December 10th Fall Semester
October 15th Fall Break
November 26th Thanksgiving break
December 10th Last Day of Fall Semester

January 14th through April 29th Spring Semester
March 4th Spring Break

Saturday, April 26th Graduation (tentative)

Co-op Fees

All families pay a $20 website fee which also serves as their fee to join the community group. 

There is a $190 co-op fee for the 2024-2025 school year.  This covers most curriculum, textbooks, and copies for the school year.  This fee is per family, not per student.

If a family only has a high school student, and they only need one or two courses, the family can pay per course instead of the family rate.  The fee is $85 per course.  Lab supplies are covered, however workbook or textbooks may need to be purchased.  We do have a large collection of textbooks that we loan out to students so please ask before purchasing.  The parent must stay on-site and volunteer during their high-schooler's class times.

Book Fees: Courses may have a book fee.  Please check the course description to see.  Book fees are collected with your registration fee.

Background Check Fee:
Each adult participating in the co-op must fill out a consent form authorizing EDGE to run a criminal background check.  The fee for this background check is $20 and is due at the time of registration.


Special Note: Please know that we are a volunteer based non-profit.  No one makes money from our courses.  All fees are to cover supplies, curriculum, copies, and building cost for each class.  There may be occasions when a teacher will make a special request for needs or a certain book is needed for a specific class.  We try very hard to keep the cost as low as we possibly can; however, sometimes certain items might be needed in a class that just can't be covered in our very low co-op fees.