HOPE is a home school cooperative designed to provide multisensory learning in individual and small-group settings for our children who struggle to learn. There will also be opportunity for their neuro-typical siblings to learn in this Christian setting.
HOPE will meet weekly with three main types of offerings: intensive, one-on-one and small-group intervention; targeted elective classes that target specific academic skill sets; and general electives.
HOPE distinguishes itself from other home school co-ops with our on-going teacher and parent training. It is our goal to offer all classes in a multisensory format so that all parts of the brain are stimulated and deeper learning takes place.
HOPE believes parent participation is essential. Although parents need not be present each time we meet, all parents are expected to serve in various capacities throughout the year, both in the classroom and out. In-class and cleaning service hours will be posted before co-op begins in the fall.
Hope meets once a week on Tuesdays during the school year at Faith Assembly Church in Elburn, IL.