Classes end November 21

Our fall semester is going smoothly! Be sure to arrive by 9:15 a.m. or 15 minutes before your first class each week. Let's keep this great momentum going through the last day of fall!

Spring Semester Classes

Enrollment for fall has ended. Click on CLASSES on the menu to view the fall classes, most of which will continue for spring. Email carren(at)outookacademy(dot)com to be placed on the notification list for Spring 2015.

Read about Co-op in the News
Academy Days Co-op and our members have been in the news many times over the years. Click on NEWS on the menu and scroll down to read the articles.
Recipes for Historical Meals

We host one historical meal each semester, such as Medieval Feast, Roaring '20s, Food Around the World, and more! Students dress in costumes, and parents bring the food! Click on NEWS for delicious recipes.

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We are now open to new enrollments for spring semester. Click here for the Spring 2015 schedule with detailed class descriptions and available spaces. Most of these classes will allow new students to enroll. If you are interested in signing up, email carren(at)outlookacademy(dot)com with your name, city, children's names and grades/ages, and what classes they want. Reply by email will confirm enrollment until final registration in February.

Academy Days Homeschool Co-op meets Thursdays for 14 weeks in the fall and 14 weeks in the spring at Coosada Baptist Church in Coosada, Alabama, to learn, socialize and support one another. The co-op is designed for high school students, but we also include nursery through junior high classes so the entire family can participate.

Academy Days Co-op is not a church school. If your child is compulsory age, then you must first be enrolled in a church school to comply with state regulations. Although many families in Academy Days belong to Outlook Academy, we welcome families from any homeschool covering.

As a Christian homeschool co-op, we base our guidelines on precepts from the Bible, and classes are taught from a Christian worldview. Nevertheless, as an inclusive group, we welcome all families from diverse backgrounds, beliefs, and homeschool styles.

We feel honored and proud by so many co-ops that follow our policies, procedures and format. Indeed, we are thankful that other homeschoolers have found our format and operations to be so useful as to be copied to create their own co-ops. We have been working out the kinks in Academy Days Co-op since 2006. Apparently, we have done something right, and they think so as well. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and we appreciate the compliment.

"Thank you so much for co-op.
We have learned so many things
and are better cooks, chemists, and historians
because of our time spent there."
~ Lisa, former co-op parent


Would participating in a homeschool co-op invigorate or exhaust your family at this time in your lives? The advantages and disadvantages of homeschool co-ops should be considered before signing up for any co-op. Please weigh all of them as you prayerfully consider what the Lord may have planned for your family this year.

To help you make an informed decision, please read our Frequently Asked Questions and these articles below:

12 Benefits of a Homeschool Co-op
15 Reasons You Should Not Join Our Co-op
How We Overcome Common Co-op Problems
10 Ways To Make Co-op Work for You

 

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