Looking for an Upstate area Homeschool Co-op? The Upstate offers a wide variety of co-op opportunities. We have everything from purely academic coursework once or twice a week, to enrichment classes like photography and cooking. Check out this list of top Homeschool Co-ops!
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Crestview Christian Homeschool Academy offers full day to à la carte academic & enrichment classes on Thursdays. Classes are for students in Kindergarten – High school. The group meets at Riverside Baptist. Parents may drop off children or stay and be a part of the community.
Co-op drop-off program. Two- and three-day programs. Half-day and full-day options. Tuesday through Thursday, 9 am – 3 pm. Ages 3-12.
855.725.7663 | 776 South Batesville Road, Greer, SC
Offers: A homeschool partnership program offering K-12 programs in the academics and the arts. They meet at Airport Baptist Church on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. High school students can enroll in college prep arts courses in Theater, Art, Music, Media Arts and Creative Writing.
Families following the Classical Conversations curriculum have many options for weekly groups in the Greenville area. See the website for more information.
S.T.A.R.S. stands for Scholastically Talented, Academically Responsible Students. It is a Christian-based academic co-op in Spartanburg.
EspritGVL is a co-op that meets in the North Greenville area on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Classes are offered to 1st through 12th-grade students. The co-op is a drop-off co-op with some volunteer requirements. A wide spectrum of classes are offered as well as park days, meetups, field trips, and support.
| 2701 Wade Hampton Boulevard | 4455 Anderson Mill Road, Taylors & Moore, SC
This group meets at Grace Church’s Taylor’s campus in Greenville, and beginning 2022-2023 will have a Spartanburg campus at Church at the Mill in Moore (K3-8th grade).
Classes are offered to elementary through high school students. Parents may drop- off children, but there is a volunteer requirement. Nursery is available.
This co-op for elementary through high school students meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at Siloam Baptist Church in Easley. E-mail [email protected] for more details.
Offers: This co-op meets at New Image Church in Easley on Mondays. They offer a variety of academic and enrichment classes. Parents must remain on-site with their children and participate in the classroom and fulfill other roles.
This parent led co-op meets on Fridays at Clear Springs Baptist Church in Simpsonville. They offer a full day of academic and enrichment class options for K-12 and offer a nursery program.
A group that meets at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Greer and offers classes for homeschoolers in K4 – high school. Vanguard offers a variety of academic and enrichment classes to choose from. Students may enroll in just one or two classes or can choose to enroll in a full day of classes. Parents are asked to volunteer where possible. No nursery is available. Email [email protected] for more information.
The UCHU (United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited) offers virtual classes in instrumentals, reading, mindfulness and yoga, drawing, high school courses, and more.