Education Options

Community Co-ops - A group of parents getting together to form their own school for their children. Parents decide the curriculum and how their children will be taught. Each community school will be slightly different depending on the needs of the students and families.

Homeschool - Homeschools are where parents teach their children via many different methods. Sometimes families get together to teach some subjects, giving their children some social time and friends as well. These are commonly called co-ops, commonwealths, or mom’s schools, among others.

Private - These are schools which parents must pay for in order to send their children. Many of these can be a fine option if parents can afford them, but it’s important to vet them as well. We have included a list of private schools we know to be good.  If you know of others, email us and we will include those as well.

Charter - These are very similar to a public school in that they have to follow the set standards and guidelines which public schools follow. Often they do things slightly different and may not be tied to common core or CRT. We have tried to list some that we have vetted. If you know of others, email us and we will include those as well.