The Grace and Glory Elementary Co-Op Experience
Helping your family, enjoy the journey……we offer campus classes, field trips, nature study adventures, showcases, and events to complement your at-home learning, and it is all coordinated by a weekly guidebook with practical steps and application; painting a unique portrait of hybrid education, using old and new methods, in a harmony following the rhythms of grace.
Informational Downloads Coming Soon
†Guidebook Grade 3 Sample
Mondays on Campus
On 30 select Mondays, students enjoy a Christ-centered, co-op campus experience. Classes are held in a clean, safe, ministry environment, with caring leaders. A variety of academic courses, educational activities, celebrations and socialization opportunities, are planned for our co-op program to leave a lasting impression upon the lives of our students and their families.
Classes are composed of carefully chosen books and resources, some of which parents must purchase. Blending the best methods of a Classically Charlotte Mason education with 21st Century Learning, Grace and Glory students are exposed to Fine Arts with painting, drawing, music, dance and the beautiful hymns of our past…. the Heroes of History, Science and Nature study of God’s creation, Holy Scripture and Bible Picture Study. By providing an encouraging learning atmosphere and training in good habits, students have the opportunity to engage in feasting on new ideas and inspirational thoughts; ultimately, that students would know the grace and glory of the Lord that lives yesterday, today and forever more!
A typical day at Grace and Glory campus co-op classes, is both challenging and pleasurable, involving the work of the mind, the heart, and the hands; requiring individual effort from every student as well as group cooperation. Cultivating close connections, your student is never lost in the crowd. Class sizes are purposefully kept small to promote optimal learning.
Student work, behavior and participation is observed and assessed. Elementary students do not typically have weekly homework, however, our First-Fifth graders must participate in projects, reports and presentations, as well as two Showcases (Winter and Spring).
Campus experiences take place, under the watchful eyes of loving, faith-filled leaders who place spiritual growth along with academic growth, at the forefront of their ministry. Grace and Glory volunteers, leaders and board members, share a commitment to believe, follow and obey the teachings of God’s Word. We desire to serve and support families, as they partner with us. Our team is dedicated, continually growing individually and as a group, to better improve our school community.
Parents are responsible for partnering with Grace and Glory leaders, as active home-educators and campus-supporters, volunteering in some capacity. on or off campus. Every parent plays an important role in our home school community, no matter how big or small the task.
Our new 2017/18 Guidebook, coordinates and combines lesson plans from our campus teachers and clearly show which subjects must be instructed by the teaching parent at home. Each grade is to have their own Guidebook. Click on this link for a sneak peek for elementary: Guidebook Grade 3 Sample
Grace and Glory has a passion for ministering to home schooling families, regardless of their affiliation. GGHS supports efforts towards private education however, we welcome all bible-believing, home schooling families, to enroll in classes, including but not limited to Public Charter School families, those who file independently and those enrolled in other PSP programs.