Royal Scholars Homeschool Co-Op is a place where homeschool families can educate as a community. We offer weekly classes in various subjects. Our class offerings this semester include Preschool, Anatomy, Lego Challenge, Geography, Spanish, ASL, videography & photography (middle school). We strive to provide hands-on and engaging lessons to keep our scholars excited about learning. RSHA practices leadership, entrepreneurship, STEM, community, and building lasting relationships through various club offerings. Our families have quickly learned that with Royal Scholars they do not have to homeschool alone. RSHA work together for the benefit of all and our children are not only learning but are excited to learn. At Royal Scholars we provide an Afro-Centered education, we believe representation is important to boost confidence and leadership skills. We teach they are leaders and they are Royalty.
Royal Scholars Co-Op Classes are offered every Monday from 9:30 am to 2:00pm. We run from August to December for the Fall Semester and January to May for the Spring Semester
Although we welcome everyone we realize that the black and brown community is underrepresented in this space. So we set out to fill the void by providing education and recourses that represents this under served community.
One of the biggest concerns for new homeschool families is socialization. To ensure that our children have the opportunity to make new friends and have fun with their existing friends. Royal Scholars provides an opportunity for them to do so by scheduling monthly events and field trips.
A part of Royal Scholars' Mission is Service to others. To meet our mission we participate in at least one service project per semester. This allows our children to serve their community and gives them a since of respect for themselves and others.
Royal Scholars offers many opportunities for our students to volunteer, work on group projects, and participate in clubs and various activities that will foster those leadership qualities.
Homeschooling alone can be lonely but when done as a community it can be rewarding. Royal Scholars has developed a community of homeschool families who help each other homeschool successfully. We support one another and we share resources so all of our children benefit.