UMA Homeschool Co-op

Mission

The mission of UMA Homeschool Co-op is to create an inclusive learning community, with parents, a dedicated staff of employees, volunteers, and board members as partners in each child’s spiritual and academic development. By implementing rigorous academics in a nurturing environment, we aspire to develop righteous citizens with strong moral character who will positively impact our community.

Vision

We hope to be able to provide an environment where our youth can develop confidence in their faith, build character, and excel in all aspects of their education, thereafter becoming positive role models in society and the leaders of tomorrow.

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What is Homeschool Co-op?

A homeschool co-op, is a group of homeschool families that come together and share in the education of their children. Parents play a key role in actively teaching classes, caring for younger children, or helping with cleaning and other tasks.

What Are the Benefits?

Joining a homeschool co-op provides opportunity and benefits to homeschooling children. A homeschool co-op provides a group atmosphere, which promotes socialization and group learning. Students learn skills, such as collaborating with others on projects, public speaking and team building. A co-op can also benefit parents by allowing them to share their expertise with others, and provide students opportunities that would be difficult to achieve outside a group setting. We hope to be able to provide an environment where our youth can develop confidence in their faith, build character, and excel in all aspects of their education, thereafter becoming positive role models in society and the leaders of tomorrow.

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Charter School Oversight

UMA Homeschool Co-op works with students enrolled in charter schools. The charter school ultimately has direct responsibility for the student's educational oversight and assistance in accomplishing the student's educational objectives.

Non-discriminatory Statement

UMA Homeschool Co-op serves all students. We do not discriminate against any student on any basis, as outlined in the definition of hate crimes set forth in Section 422.55 of the Penal Code.

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