HH stands for Hearts & Hands and is a Christ-centered, parent-facilitated homeschool co-op working together to offer educational support, encouragement, structure, and accountability to our individual homeschools. We are open to any homeschooling family where the oldest child in the family is at least in kindergarten, 5 years old and, if applicable, legally registered with the state of NC at the start of the co-op year. Throughout the year HH functions as a support group and offers ministry & fellowship opportunities. We strive to create not just a co-op, but a family. A place where lasting friendships are fostered and nurtured in a loving, Christian environment where students can learn and grow individually and together.
We meet on Fridays at Highland Baptist Church in Garner, NC.
Our school year starts in late-August and runs through the second week of May.
We have 2 class periods and a 15 minute announcement & devotion time in between.
We have classes from elementary through 12th grade. Please see our class information page for more details about our classes.
What we offer * A safe, Christian, family atmosphere to support your homeschool. * Encouragement, support and structure for you and your homeschool. * A natural progression from year to year for each student in each supported subject. * Opportunities for your children to gain skills in areas such as oral/science presentations, memorization, group discussion, experiments, group activities, etc. * For High School level students: academically challenging classes that develop critical-thinking skills and that develop methods of time management and accountability.
Our Educational Viewpoint We believe that a Christ-centered worldview is the foundation through which all subjects must be viewed and taught. We believe that parents are a child’s first and most influential teacher and that the co-op is here to support, not replace, the parents’ teaching role.