"Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others.
Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus." Philippians 2:4, 5 (NIV)

About Us

All activities we do in the co-op are accomplished by membership involvement. We use the Statement of Faith as a guiding document for our beliefs, but your family does not have to subscribe to co-op beliefs or doctrines in order to become a member of the co-op.

LCHC provides support and connection for parents, through:
  • E-mail List - The co-op has an e-mail list for members only. This provides communication among members to discuss homeschooling issues, find out about and plan events, and meet others.

For the whole family/kids. Anyone can organize events. Examples include:
  • Park days - scheduled any time of the year at area parks.
  • Large group events - organized by groups or individuals for the whole co-op. Activities may include Science Fair, History Night, Kids Entrepreneurial event, An Evening at the Arts, International Night, Graduation/ Achievement Night, etc.
  • Teen Activities - When these activities are offered, they are for the 8th through 12th grade members of the LCHC. Parents are not usually required to attend with their teen, but the events have a certain number of parent chaperones per teens. The purpose of the activities is to give the teens an opportunity to get together with other homeschooled teens for fun, volunteering, and fellowship.
  • Nursing Home Visits - A group of LCHC families visited at a Longmont nursing home for 3 1/2 years.
  • Field trips - Homeschoolers love field trips. Popular field trips in recent years have been organized to visit such Colorado sights as the Denver Mint, Colorado Capitol, Longmont Times-Call newspaper, Miller Farms for vegetable picking, Cozy Cow Dairy, National Western Stock Show, Growing Gardens, Little Thompson Observatory, The Wildlife Experience, etc.
  • Sports - Sporting events may be organized by groups or individual members. In the past, this has included bowling, ice skating, softball, skiing, swimming, volleyball, soccer and other activities.
  • Clubs - Clubs have been organized by members at times too. For example, clubs include a Girls' Book Club (for 6th-9th graders) and a Knitting Group.