Co-operatives (Co-ops) for Alabama homeschoolers / unschoolers. Descriptions, contact information, area coverage, fees, subjects taught, parental participation level, sponsoring church school and other necessary information to help you in your search for a homeschool co-op. Areas covered by Co-ops include Birmingham, Deatsville, Holtville, Millbrook, Montgomery, Odenville, Prattville, Slapout, Trussville and Wetumpka.
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Alabama Homeschool Co-Operatives
A Co-Operative does not provide legal coverage for an Alabama homeschooler; you must still join a church school. If you have not yet read the information about church schools and how to homeschool in Alabama, please visit the Alabama page.
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