Alamo Area Christian Educators (AACE)
Open to everyone.
Requires a signed Statement of Faith.
Co-op fee is $150 annually.
Affectionately known as Friday School.
An organization of parent volunteers who coordinate with the teachers for tutoring sessions on a weekly basis. These volunteers coordinate the families, teachers and the church for which they are a ministry. In order to register with teachers for classes, you must first register with AACE, Inc. as the umbrella organization for our tutors.
CTIR (Co-operative Training in Righteousness)
Registration Fees: $35 per family
Liability Insurance $20 per family
Building fee $25 per family per semester (2nd semester fee may not be needed if enough familes enroll)
No requirement to be part of any other homeschool group to join co-op.
CTIR is a middle and high school co-op that meets on Wednesdays at Northwest Community Church on the NW side of San Antonio (close to Tezel & Guilbeau). CTIR has paid teachers. CTIR is insured. Parents are not required to remain on campus except for periodic Social Hall Monitor or Clean Up duty obligations. See Registration Important Information on website for co-op rules and expectations for students, parents, teachers.
Family Educators Alliance of South Texas (FEAST)
is no longer. It spun off as the FACET Co-op.
Home School Academic and Arts Class Day (HAAC Day) on Wednesdays!
Homeschool Academic and Arts Class Day (HAAC Day) serves to connect tutors with homeschool families who wish to delegate one or more subjects to the tutor(s) and, secondarily, to provide an avenue for fellowship and support for the students and their families. Our once a week Wednesday classes are held in the education building of the First Baptist Church of Bulverde which is located at the corner of the west side of Hwy 281 and the east end of Casey Road and is just over 11 miles north of Loop 1604. To help you know if HAAC Day is a good fit for your family, I’ll share a few of our policies.
We have a completely open campus and parents and siblings are welcome to stay “quietly” on campus. We do also have access to a playground where younger siblings are welcome to play under their parent’s supervision. We accept students anytime throughout the year as long as they can enter a classroom in sync with the rest of the class, for example, on the same chapter of the class book as the class is. And we do accept students who are new to homeschooling provided they can find a sponsor from our homeschooling community who is known to us who will give them a recommendation as being a good fit for our campus. Students are told that all adults on campus, student council members and students older than themselves have the authority to correct any misbehavior, providing, of course, that such corrections are Godly.
We offer a full slate of classes for 6th through 12th grades. Classes will be geared toward a specific traditional grade level, but a student may receive permission from the tutor to take a class that is geared toward older students. Such students must be ready for the class both academically and emotionally as one does not assure the other.
For more information about our class day, please visit our web site: haaclassday
Hill Country Christian Homeschoolers (HCCH)
(Bulverde, Spring Branch, Stone Oak, Canyon Lake, and surrounding areas)
Open to Everyone
Yearly Membership Fee: $25
The Hill Country Christian Homeschoolers group is an “all-ages” homeschool support group that meets on the far north side of San Antonio in Bulverde/Spring Branch/Stone Oak. Our group offers a social opportunity for our kids to get together and two optional co-ops for PreK-8th grade (PAC Day) and 8th-12th Grade (SAC Day). Our group’s yearly social events include the Back-to-School Picnic, Christmas Caroling on the SA Riverwalk, Father-Daughter Dance, and End-of-Year Showcase. We also offer a weekly park day in Bulverde (Friday afternoons during the school year and Thursday mornings during the summer), field trips, yearbook, message forum, PLUS monthly Mom’s Book Club and occasional Mom’s Night Out events. SAC Day (Secondary Academic Class Day) is an academic class day for 8th-12th graders (see description in co-op groups). PAC Day (Primary Academic Co-op Day) is a parent-led co-op which offers supplemental core and elective classes to ages PreK-8th grade with childcare available for younger siblings. We invite you to come check out our Friday park day and let your kids meet our kids! A Statement of Faith is NOT required to join our organization.
Realizing Educational Achievements through Christ at Home (REACH)
R.O.C.K. (Righteous Options 4 Christian Kids) Homeschool Co-op and Fellowship Group
SE Bexar, Wilson County, and surrounding areas
We are a conservative Christian homeschooling community that seeks to support families who have chosen to educate at home. Our diverse group reflects a span of different beliefs centered around the Christian Faith, but we work together with mutual respect to provide both social and educational opportunities. Our parent-led co-op classes are offered in two semesters, one in the fall and one in the spring. The classes are a mixture of academic and non-academic oriented topics, but none are designed to replace a quality home curriculum. We encourage all of our families to be compliant with the homeschooling guidelines in Texas.
R.O.C.K. (Righteous Options for Christian Kids) Homeschool Co-op is accepting interview appointments for the fall semester. We are a conservative Christian co-op with low class fees due to parent-led classes, and a diverse group of academic and elective class options. We meet for 12 weeks of each semester, on Mondays from 8:30-2:00. We are located near SE Bexar/in Wilson County. Please see our website for a full description of our group’s policies and classes.
Star Academy Class Day
Offers core & elective classes for home schooled students in grades 7 – 12, with a few classes open to 6th graders. We meet weekly on Tuesdays at the Rolling Oaks Christian Church located at 7150 Stahl Rd. , San Antonio , TX 78247 . The church is directly behind the Wal-Mart at 1604 & Nacogdoches . Please visit our website for more information at: http://www.staracademyclassday.org/ Or you may email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting Homeschoolers In the North East (SHINE)
(Schertz, Universal City, and surrounding areas)
Wendy Clayton – Communications Director
SHINE stands for ‘Supporting Homeschoolers In the NorthEast’. SHINE is a non-profit organization designed to provide cooperative opportunities and a support network to families educating their children at home in the Northeast San Antonio, TX area.
We serve families homeschooling children in K-12th grade. Our group provides support and activities for all ages of children and teens as well as for our parents. We also offer co-op classes for our member families. Visit our website to find out more about what we offer for each of the age groups!
Our mission is to provide opportunities for encouraging homeschool families in the endeavor of faithful Christian training and education of their children in the Northeast San Antonio area through the union of like-minded families.
Our theme verse, Matthew 5:16, “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven,” exemplifies our desire to honor Christ in all that we do.
T.E.A.M.S. (Meets In Leon Springs)
Using Tapestry of Grace and Apologia Science
|[T] – TEACH Academics & Character Development
[E] – EACH OTHER both parents and children
[A] – ACCOUNTABILITY to peers, friends, and family
[M] – MANAGEMENT of studies, time and children
[S] – SUPPORT other home schooling families
Victorious Faith Baptist Church School
Victorious Faith Baptist Church School is a CO-OP of home schooling families that host classes with in the individual families homes.
We act as a source of fellowship and encouragement to those families who are seeking to train up their children in the home.
We also provide monthly activities in which your family could participate in as you are lead. Parents are encouraged to attend 4 meetings during the school year.
Meetings are held at 7pm on the first Friday of September, November, February, and May.
Membership Fee: $25 per family per year