ANCHOR Homeschool Co-op
UPDATE: Co-Op Classes for the Spring Semester of 2021 status: Nursery-8th grade WAIT LIST ONLY. High School still available.
ANCHOR Homeschool membership is required to be part of the co-op. Classes will be available for nursery through high school on Mondays from 10am-11:15pm for approximately 12 weeks. Parents are expected to teach one class and assist in one class. Co-op Fees are $10 per child ($25 for High School Drop Off). NOTE: This co-op requires a commitment. Please only join if you know you can be present and prepared each week.
Contact for Co-op: Anessa Tillett (Co-Op Director) 813-312-5013, firstname.lastname@example.org
What is Co-op?
Co-op is a structured learning time, organized and carried out by and for ANCHOR Homeschool members. The purpose of Co-op is to encourage students to learn something new in a group setting, while fostering a sense of community.
Who is Co-op For?
Co-op is for families who are members of ANCHOR Homeschool with school-aged children and their younger siblings.
Where Do We Meet?
ANCHOR Homeschool Co-op meets at the Bell Shoals Baptist Church Apollo Beach Campus.
408 Apollo Beach Blvd., Apollo Beach
What Types of Classes are Offered at Co-op?
Classes are offered on a wide range of topics, often extra-curricular in nature, sometimes taking advantage of a group setting, and are not intended to replace or supplant the academic track that families have in place. Each semester’s classes are determined by what participating families choose to offer.
Spring 2021 Classes (subject to change):
Nursery and 2-3yr old – Story time and playground.
PreK/K – Learning Songs
1st/2nd – The Solar System
3rd/4th – Gardening Science
5th-8th – Baking Through the Bible
High School – Art: Modern Watercolor
Here is a great list of Co-Op Class ideas!
How to Sign Up for Co-Op Classes
If you are already a member (2020-2021 membership), sign up for Co-Op classes below. Otherwise, start your membership process here and then fill out the Co-Op form below.
Family Expectations for Co-op Time
The general expectation is that one adult from each family will teach one class and assist in another class.