The Classroom Collective
What is The Classroom Collective?
TCC is a community of trained educators partnering with homeschool families to provide superior academics from a Christian worldview. We challenge students to grow academically and spiritually by teaching them to think critically, lead with integrity, and live passionately.
Who does the program serve?
Classes are offered to homeschool students in grades 4-12 in core subjects (Language Arts, Math, Science, History) and electives. Instruction is academically challenging while fostering community and friendships among students.
How is The Classroom Collective structured?
Students select up to five classes to attend one day a week. Each class is approximately 80 minutes and includes engaging discussions, guided practice, and hands-on learning. Classes are designed to prepare students for college-level work. Students complete their work throughout the week under the supervision of parents. The program runs from mid-August - April.
Is TCC a non-profit organization?
Yes. The Classroom Collective is a 501(c)(3) organization. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to support the operating costs of the program, we will provide you with a receipt. *Tuition and fees are not tax-deductible. Donor support allows TCC to keep costs affordable for parents, while providing an outstanding learning environment for students.
What type of student is most successful at The Classroom Collective?
Students who experience the most success are those who:
- Practice respectful and responsible behavior on campus
- Demonstrate a willingness to learn
- Participate in class
- Complete the coursework as assigned by the instructor
- Receive academic support from parents outside of the classroom