10 Years of Excellence

In Spring 2016, Academy Days celebrated 10 years with a proven track record for college- and career-bound homeschoolers. With the blessings of Christian families, committed church, and supportive cover school, we look forward eagerly to the next 10 years!

Spring Semester Classes

We are now taking new enrollments for Spring 2017. Cllick on CLASSES on the menu to view the schedule, and email carren(at)outookacademy(dot)com to sign up for a class. Deadline to sign up is January 31.

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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  • Newsflash   ( 4 Articles )

    Read the articles that scroll on our banner!

  • Classes   ( 7 Articles )

    Read about our past, present and future classes as well as registration information.

  • Information & Events   ( 5 Articles )

    Read about the pros and cons of co-op, members' comments, upcoming events, and other general information.

  • Co-op in the News   ( 31 Articles )

    Academy Days Co-op has been in the news many times over the years. Read some of the articles here.

  • Recipes for Passover Seder   ( 5 Articles )

    For our study of Egypt, we hold a modified Passover Seder. Here are several delicious recipes from our Passover Seder historical meal.

  • Recipes for Greek Feast   ( 15 Articles )

    To end our study on Ancient Greece, we hold our own Greek Feast! Here are several recipes from this historical meal. Enjoy!

  • Recipes for Medieval Feast   ( 8 Articles )

    We culminate our study of the Middle Ages with a Medieval Feast -- but with no forks! In addition to buying a few rotisserie chickens from the deli of the local grocery store, we bring a few delicious homemade dishes. Here are the recipes for you to enjoy at home -- you decide if you want to use forks or not. 

  • Recipes for "Celebrate America" Feast   ( 14 Articles )
    As part of our study of U.S. history, our Celebrate America Feast features dishes "discovered" in the Americas, such as turkey, potatoes, corn, chocolate, etc. Additionally, some families who have moved to Alabama from another state bring dishes famous in their home states.
  • Recipes for Roaring '20s Feast   ( 8 Articles )

    No study of U.S. history is complete without a Roaring Twenties Feast! We hold a costume contest and bring dishes that include recipes and ingredients "invented" during the 1920s, such as the Waldorf-Astoria's signature dessert from the 1920s, the Red Velvet Cake, and that classic casserole ingredient, Velveeta. Enjoy these recipes!

  • Receipes for "Food Around the World" Feast   ( 27 Articles )

    As part of our study of World Geography, we hold an international luncheon mid-semester, featuring food from around the world. As with all our feasts, not everyone brings their recipes, but you can benefit from the ones who do!

  • Sides, Desserts and Dips!   ( 13 Articles )

    On the last day of co-op, families bring all sorts of side dishes, desserts and dips to go with fried chicken (November) or pizza (May). Try these delicious dishes!

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