COVE

Homeschooling Association

Serving Families in Wayne and Oakland Counties

Registration for Fall, 2021 is now closed. Contact us in December for a new family interview if you would like to be considered for the 2nd semester beginning the end of January.

Registration for Fall, 2021 is now closed. Contact us in December for a new family interview if you would like to be considered for the 2nd semester beginning the end of January.

2021-2022 School Year

Registration is now open for the 2021-22 school year! 
 
Classes are meeting in person with strict safety protocols due to COVID. Contact us now to set up a new family interview.

For New Families:
 
1. Please note that high school Chemistry, foreign language, and math courses meet Tuesdays AND Thursdays. The student must attend both days of classes.
 
2.  For the first year a family is at COVE, we do not allow dropping off of a child. A parent MUST stay on campus every week while his/her child is in class.
 
3. Contact us at the email below to schedule a new family interview which must be done before registering for classes.
 
4. Print off our handbook to read and learn more about COVE.
 

How To Register

Schedule a New Family interview
 
Registration Fee
Each participating family will pay an annual non-refundable registration fee to cover insurance, facility costs and limited administrative costs. The regular registration fee is $100 per family. If there is one student taking only one class, the registration fee is $50. Make checks out to COVE Homeschooling Association. There is also a PayPal option.
 
Materials  Fees / Instructor Fees
Fees are determined by each instructor and are found on the Course Description. Amounts are for one semester unless otherwise indicated. The “materials fee” is due in August and in January for each semester. Please consider it a non-refundable, non-transferable deposit. The “instructor fee” is due in two payments during the semester.
 
Before You Register–Information 
 
Family Jobs
While we are not a co-op in the sense that we require families to teach classes, families are expected to help out with the many different jobs which make an effective, volunteer-led organization.  Each family will be assigned 2 jobs each semester, which is roughly a 2-hour per week commitment while your child(ren) are in class.