THINK stands for ‘Triangle Homeschoolers’ Interactive Network of Knowledge’. Our goal in creating a homeschool cooperative is multi-faceted. A homeschool cooperative allows families to regularly interact with other homeschooling families in a more formal setting, mimicking a classroom environment but still allowing for the flexibility and individuality of traditional homeschooling. Our homeschool cooperatives require the participation of both students and parents in order to function. Since parents are teachers and class sizes are small, students get the best of both worlds. We believe that this arrangement provides an optimal environment for students and parents alike.

Triangle Homeschoolers is planning two separate homeschool cooperative groups for the 2016-2017 school year. One group will focus on students K-7th grade; ages 5-11, and one focused on students 8th-12th grades; ages 12-18. Our co-op groups offer a variety of classes and opportunities for homeschooled students to experience a group learning environment. Parents are required to participate in teaching and facilitation of the co-op, and to be on-site unless otherwise noted. Registration fees will vary.

In order to be considered for participation in our co-op groups, you must be an active member of TH Meet Up for a minimum of 3 months. If you’d like to learn more about our co-ops, please join our chat list on Facebook or contact us.

THINK Co-ops Adviser: Heather Thomas

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Coordinator: Amber Crowe
Co-op Day: Mondays
Classes offered for the 2016-2017 school year:

  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Craft Time
  • Free Play
Coordinators: Kandi Champion & Michelle Reneau
Co-op Day: Thursdays
Classes offered for the 2016-2017 School Year:

  • Orchestra
  • Debate
  • Life Skills (practical math)
  • Home Economics (skills-based)
  • Introduction to Fine Arts
  • Art (project-based)
  • Literature (Shakespeare)
  • Mental Health for Teens