Homeschool Coop

Community happens here


“But what about socialization?!?” Looking for an answer to that oh so persistent question? Come join us and find your homeschool tribe. At Voyagers Homeschool Coop families with pre-K to high school aged kids gather each week for a full day of learning, sharing our knowledge and interests, and having fun. Members attend on the same weekday for the entire 13 week fall or spring session. 

Teens blowing bubbles on stairs outdoors.
Moms hanging out during Coop


Running a cooperative is a joint effort. There would be no cooperative, no community, no shared programs for our children without everyone’s active and consistent participation. Parents are required to stay on-site, supervise their children, lead study groups, assist in daily clean-up, and take on coop-wide roles.  While parents do stay busy at Voyagers Coop, there is still plenty of adult social time! We like to sit together and talk, knit, share interests, and just get to know one another better. Many, many Voyagers parents have developed and continue to develop deep, lasting friendships with one another.

A day at coop

Voyagers Coop Days typically consist of four Study Groups (small group activities about an hour long each) and two hours of unstructured time. During the unstructured time, we share a meal, chat, make plans, and play.

Three kids test the catapults they built in study group
A group of teens participating in study group.


Coop families worth together to create programs that satisfy the interests of that day’s community. Programming is dynamic and changes each Coop session as families develop new topics to meet the changing interests of their Coop Day. Study groups are usually led by members of that Coop Day, although families sometimes decide to bring in an outside instructor for an additional fee. Participation in Study Groups is based on interest and ability, not age. 

Examples of Recent Study Groups

Heroic Women
Theatre Arts
Intro to Spanish
Blockly Coding
Our Solar System
Scientists in the Making
Social Justice
Physics Experiments
Muggle Herbology
Amazing Animals
World War I & II

Current Events
Origami & Calligraphy
Elementary Life Science
Construction Challenges
HTML & Web Site Building
Endangered Specis Ecology
Greek Mythology
History of Fashion
Celebrations Around the World
Lego/K’nex Engineering Club
Exploring Anime
Strategy Games

Around the World with Instapot
Ultimate Frisbee
Artist Trading Cards
Religion, Ethics, and Justice
Citizen Science & Field Ecology
Starship Artemis
Marine Biology
Kerbal Space Program
Sensory Play
Extreme Weather
Film Studies
Minecraft Club
Logic, Puzzles, and Escape Rooms
Digital Photography


Tuesday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Wednesday: 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Thursday: 2:30 pm – 6:00 pm 

Tuesday and Wednesday are multi-age days.
Thursday is geared towards teens.

A group of kids building a structure with Magna-Tiles
Kids dissecting a frog during Biology study group.

2019-2020 Dates

Fall session begins: September 16
Vacation: November 25-29
Fall session ends: December 20

Spring session begins: January 20
Vacation: February 17-21, April 20-24
Spring session ends: May 8


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