Atlanta Homeschool Cooperative (AHC) is an inclusive community of families who share activities, ideas, and resources. Their primary mission is to build a supportive community and connections between homeschooling parents and children in the Atlanta Area. They welcome all kinds of people and hope to be as diverse as the homeschooling population.
If you are a homeschool family looking to meet new people, contribute to a community, and enjoy group activities in the Atlanta area, they would love to include you.
A parent-led organization, that meets once a week for 10 weeks each semester. Their goal is to be a low cost, parent-led, enrichment co-op with Jesus Christ welcome in every activity. Each Parent-Teacher member of C.H.E.E.R. Homeschool Co-Op is required to participate in at least two classes per semester.
CHAT is a Christian based co-op that meets for 3-1/2 hrs weekly on Mondays during the school year to provide children from nursery to high school with enrichment classes. Classes are chosen by the leadership team each semester based on what parents submit that they are willing to teach. One parent or guardian must be present during the duration of the class day and assist in 2 classes per semester either as the lead teacher or as the assistant.
Avondale Estates, GA
LEAD is an inclusive, secular homeschool group, offering classes, support, and a variety of social and extracurricular activities to homeschoolers throughout metro Atlanta since 2000.
Sora is an alternative hybrid high school where students get to decide what and how they want to learn. Faculty serve as resources and guidance counselors for students, exposing and connecting them to opportunities and new subjects. Overall, Sora is an environment where students are allowed to develop independence and exercise creativity in a way that’s unmatched by traditional schools.
The Homeschool Consortium’s model is to bring beloved teachers together under one roof, each teacher independently offering classes with a reputation for being engaging – even fun! – as well as academically suited to all kinds and levels of learners. They partner with parents to help parents help their kids reach their fullest potential.
They are a community of people from a wide range of worldviews and religions and are all committed to learning to treat each other with respect.