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Co-ops and Academic Enrichment Classes

by Mary Ann Kelley

Montana Homeschool Co-Ops & Academic Enrichment

Montana Homeschooling Co-ops

Gallatin Christian Homeschool Co-opBozeman

GCHC exists to provide a morning each week of fellowship, friendship, and a cooperative learning experience for parents and kids alike. Consists of twenty-five to thirty Christian families who are investing their time and skills for the purpose of enhancing the educational activities of our children.

Montana Homeschooling Classes & Academic Enrichment

Music Lingua LLCBozeman

Music Lingua offers French, German or Spanish classes to kids age 0-8 yrs old in parent/child or drop-off class settings. Multi-age classes fit well with home-schoolers and benefit the whole family. Music Lingua teaches foreign language through music, movement, drama, storytelling and art, and provides take-home materials of books and CDs, to continue the learning at home all through the week.

EMERGEGallatin Valley and surrounding areas

EMERGE offers high school and middle school classes with a strong focus on practical purpose. The goal of EMERGE is to equip homeschooled students for college, career and community service through courses in science, English, math, history, foreign language, business, and life skills. Small, affordable classes, held weekly in Bozeman, are led by Christian teachers who are experts in their field and who love sharing their knowledge.

Montana Classical ConversationsStatewide

CC is a national homeschooling program that uses a Bible based curriculum taught in a christian, classical tradition. Classes are geared for age 4 through high school.

Ravenwood Wild HomeschoolWhitefish and Columbia Falls

February 8, 2017 - April 5, 2017

A day-long nature connection outing for homeschoolers, focusing on nature activities like fire by friction, creek wanders, naturalist skills, tracking, and survival skills. People connection activities like sing-alongs, storytelling, sharing circles and games. Connection to self activities like sit-spot, story of the day, and personal mentoring.

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