Welcome to Drop of Grace Homeschooling Co-op! A unique Christian cooperative learning organization providing field trips, classes and support to home-educating families. Carlee wanted a cost-effective, SUPER organized and pre-planned school year readily available for the families in the greater Knoxville area. Her plan to open it up to a community of both Christian and non-Christian families is just a first step towards connecting these children for a terrific chance to share our love for the Lord.
Drop of Grace is unlike many local co-ops, through on-site classes and field trips students will enrich experiences, and gain professional guidance on various subjects in the areas of academics, arts, agriculture and life experiences. She believes in using this co-op ONLY as a supplemental tool in student’s academics, leaving the core education in the hand of their parents.
The 2016-2017 co-op will meet the first week of the months August through May. Locations vary according to the classes your student(s) are attending. The co-op primarily is for pre-k through 6th grade, however Carlee is happy to help assist with all ages! Classes offered for 2016-2017 co-op year: Library, Literacy, History, Social Studies, Ministry, Bible, Science, Nature, Physical Education, Art, Music, instruments, Gardening, Baking, and Cooking.
Drop of Grace Homeschooling Co-op holds true to a Biblical-based view of God’s truth. Truth is defined by one source as “sincerity in action, character and utterance”. The words spoken by Jesus in John 14:6 “…I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the father except through me.” became the foundation for this adventure. So Jesus is the truth and the word, and as a Christian, Carlee believes that every word in the Bible is true; this is the foundation upon which she lives.
“Today not only in philosophy but in politics, government, and individual morality, our generation sees solutions in terms of synthesis and not absolutes. When this happens, truth, as people have always thought of truth, has died.” ~Francis Schaeffer