Are you looking for a Co-op to join? Or maybe a field trip group?
Here’s a listing of “all known to me” co-ops and some groups that get together for field trips and hang out times. If you know of some other groups- please let me know!
1.) Classical Conversations
Event: Group meets once a week for kids’ classes & homeschool support
Where: A.) Seven Mile Road Church 525 Welsh Rd., Phila, PA 19115
or B.) Epiphany Fellowship, 1625 W Diamond St, Phila, PA 19121 (Check out their website: Philadelphia Classical Homeschool
or C.) Proclamation Church 278 S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr PA 19010
or D.) Calvary PCA Willow Grove 405 Easton Road, Willow Grove PA 19090
When: September through May
For More Info: Check this website: Classical Conversations
2.) Mount Airy Homeschooling Co-op
Event: Their mission is to provide a quality diverse, secular, and inclusive environment in which children are nurtured while engaging in classes and activities in a climate of mutual respect.
Where: Unitarian Society of Germantown located just off Lincoln Drive in Mt. Airy, Philadelphia
When: Tuesdays from 9:30 – 3:30; Teens can also meet on Thursdays from 9:30 – 4pm
For More Info: Check out their website: Mt. Airy Homeschooling Coop
3.) Davisville Homeschool Connection
Event: We offer classes for children from Pre-K up to 10th grade, who may participate in gym along with various subject classes. Field trips are also organized throughout the semester. Nursery care is available for the littles under age 3.
Where: Davisville Church in Southampton PA 18966
When: Tuesday mornings from 9:15am-1:45. (10 weeks in the fall and 10 weeks in the spring, actual times may vary slightly). No classes on the 4th Tuesday every month.
For More Info: Check this website: Davisville Homeschool Connection
4.) Christian Home Educators’ Enrichment Resource (C.H.E.E.R.)
Event: CHEER provides enrichment classes for K4-18 years old and valuable networking and fellowship opportunities.
Where: Crossroads Community Church, 104 Heather Road, Upper Darby PA 19082
When: Friday mornings starting at 8:45 a.m., for 12 weeks in the fall and 12 weeks in the spring.
For More Info: Call Crossroads Community Church at 610-352-3130 or check out this website: Cheer Homeschool Group
5.) SALT & PEPPER at Church of the Saviour:
Event: (Southeastern PA) Weekly classes for homeschoolers gr. 1-12 meet Wednesdays at Church of the Saviour in Wayne. SALT students (gr. 1-8) enjoy morning art, gym, and music/theater classes as well as other activities and field trips. We offer a wide variety of academic courses for SALTeens students (gr. 6-8) in the afternoon and PEPPER students (gr. 9-12) all day, as well as Thursday afternoon volleyball for gr. 4-12. Moms can attend a Wednesday Bible study at COS or have the morning off. We also sponsor an annual book sale, a Spring Project Fair, and group academic testing in January. This is a Christian program open to all.
Where: Church of the Saviour – 651 N Wayne Ave, Wayne, PA 19087
When: September through May
6.) HIS Homeschool Co-op
Event: This co-op seeks to provide a place for relationship and fellowship with like-minded families as we endeavor to homeschool our children (18 and younger). To that end, we come together to offer group classes in order to supplement and enrich our children’s education.
Where: Fellowship Community Church Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
When: Friday mornings, 10 weeks in the fall, and 10 weeks in the spring
For More Info: Check out their website at: HIS Homeschool Co-op
7.) Living Bridges Homeschool Group
Event: Living Bridges Education Program offers support for Catholic homeschooling families. An Enrichment Program, which meets every Wednesday and an Academic Program, which meets every Tuesday and Friday are offered in Norristown during the school year.
Where: St. Titus Church, 3006 Keenwood Rd., in Norristown, PA 19403
When: Every week September through May
For More Info: Visit: Living Bridges Homeschool Group or call 610-525-4770 or email: email@example.com
8.) Bucks Area Homeschoolers
Event: A cooperative program for students from K-High School. A goal is for students to enjoy enriching academics, activities and form positive friendships. Classes and activities uphold Christian morals and values.
Where: Bucks County Community Church, Langhorne, PA
When: Thursdays, 12 weeks in the fall and 12 weeks in the spring
For More Info: Check out this website: Bucks Area Homeschoolers
9.) Talking Stick Learning Center
Event: Self-Directed, Topic Based Programs for Homeschoolers ages 4-17. In addtion, we offer supplemental programs throughout the year, like our famous Math Circle and our year-long program Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education for Teens.
Where: Located in the Education Center and Cope House within the Awbury Arboretum, a 55 acre wooded parkland in Northwest Philadelphia.
When: Full-day programs Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays in three age groups
For More Info: Visit: Talking Stick Learning Center
10.) Solid Rock Homeschool Co-op
Event: Solid Rock exists to serve Christ by assisting each other in our endeavor to homeschool our children. Our primary goal is to raise our children in the admonition and respect of the Lord, to direct them towards dependence on the Lord our God for all things, to develop character and purpose in their lives, and a desire to love and serve God in all areas. We also strive to provide a safe environment for our children to socialize and particiate in academic and enrichment classes. Offers academic and enrichment classes for K-High School.
Where: Faith Community Church in Brookhaven, PA
When: Mondays; 930 or 10 am depending on the age group
For More Info: Visit: Solid Rock Homeschool
11.) Claritas Classical Academy
Event: Claritas Classical Academy is a homeschool hybrid program meeting two days per week. Our comprehensive program serves Philadelphia-area homeschool families and their pre-K through high school students with its Christ-centered, classical curriculum
Where: Proclamation Presbyterian Church in Bryn Mawr, PA
When: Tuesday and Thursdays
12.) Open Connections
Event: Open Connections mission is to help young people and adults develop the tools needed to create the life they want, full of purpose and fulfillment. We do this in two ways: by providing an Open Education environment (the Open Connections Village) which fosters the guiding principles of Respect, Freedom, Responsibility and Natural Learning; and by working with others who share our principles and values in order to tip the balance from the traditional model of compulsory instruction over to a more organic, learner-directed approach based on self-motivation and the creative process.
Where: Open Connections Village. 1616 Delchester Road Newtown Square, PA 19073. On a 28-acre historic farm/estate in Edgmont Township, Delaware County.
When: Depends on the program selected
For More Info: Visit: Open Connections or email firstname.lastname@example.org
1.) Central Philadelphia Homeschoolers Group (CPHG):
Event: The group meets solely for fun and play, and is open to all homeschoolers of all ages in the Philly area. Group communication is done thru a Yahoo Group.
Where: At Weccacoe Playground, which is located on the 400 block of Catherine Street in Queens Village (map).
When: Mondays from 11am-1pm
2.) NE Philadelphia Homeschoolers Yahoo Group:
Event: A secular support group for homeschoolers in Northeast Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Their goal is to meet and network with other homeschool families.
Where: Online Community
For More Info: Check out this site: NE Philadelphia Homeschoolers Yahoo Group
3.) TGIFF (The Goal is Forming Friendships)
Event: TGIFF is an eclectic, inclusive & highly active group of homeschooling families based out of Lower-Mid Bucks County, PA. We seek to create life-long friendships, a sense of community, and a support system for new and experienced homeschoolers.
Where: Mid Bucks County, PA
For More Info: Join their Yahoo group: TGIFF Yahoo Group or join them on facebook: search for TGIFF Homeschool Group
4.) Northwest Philadelphia Homeschoolers Yahoo Group:
Event: The goal of this yahoo group is to share information about events, classes, activities and field trips that would be of particular interest to homeschooling families living in Northwest Philadelphia and the Philadelphia region. This group can also be used as a question/answer forum about homeschooling matters.
Where: Online Community – Families located primarily in Germantown, Roxborough, Mt. Airy, Manayunk and Chestnut Hill
For More Info: Check out this website: Northwest Philadelphia Homeschoolers Yahoo Group
And this one, just because it’s a great resource for Bucks County!
Bucks County Homeschoolers
Online Site: Fantastic site giving helpful information on events, classes, & groups operating in Bucks County!
For More Info: Check out their site: https://buckshomeschoolers.com/
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New groups can be added! If you’d like to add your group’s information, please email me at: email@example.com
Posted by Sarah Lambert August 11, 2016