Thank you for considering Pathway Christian Co-op
for your high school student!
Pathway's High School homeschool program began in 2007!
Pathway has a thriving community of high school students in 9th-12th grades. Pathway meets weekly on Fridays in Huntersville, NC. In 2019/2020, we served 45 families with 64 students, and in 2020/2021, we served 59 families with 78 students. Our primary focus for classes is academic/core subjects.
Our subjects, which vary yearly, include Biology, Chemistry, American History, World History, Spanish 1, 2 and 3, Christianity/Worldview, Economics/Government, Literature/Composition, Psychology, Sociology, and Personal Finance. Our class sizes range from 5 to 25 students, the average being somewhere in the middle.
We meet for 30 weeks each year beginning in August and ending in May with one week breaks approximately every six weeks. Our classes are offered a la carte, so students can focus on what they personally need each year. Our instructors are highly qualified and passionate about their roll in teaching our Pathway students. Each instructor sets the cost for their class.
Questions? Please send us an email to: email@example.com.
High School Dates
Returning Families: Registration is open on March 1st for Returning Pathway Families.
New Families: Registration will open March 15th for New Families.
The majority of our classes fill up quickly - please register as soon as possible if you are interested. Once a class is full, we will begin wait list.
Registration Closes: August 6, 2021
Open Houses: April 9th, 2021 or April 23, 2021
Open House: please visit us on a Pathway co-op day, sit in classes, meet our wonderful high school teachers and ask questions. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending an Open House.
To view all information for High School, click the HIGH SCHOOL tab at the top of the this page and use the drop-down menus.
Have questions? Email high school leadership at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Classroom Assistants - Parent Volunteers
For as in one body we have many members, and the members do not all have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. ~Romans 12:4-5
Please know that in order to operate the high school program, Pathway must have an assistant (adult) present in each class - in addition to the instructor. The assistant is not responsible for any teaching or substituting for the class; they are simply a second adult in the room so that we may honor the church's Safe Sanctuary policy.
Any assistance parents can offer on Fridays is greatly appreciated. When you register, please indicate if you are able to volunteer as a room assistant, and let us know which class time(s) may work for you. Our hopes are that we have enough volunteers to spread the volunteer time out.
Once registration ends in August, if we do not have enough volunteers for each class, we will need to assign volunteers for the classes that are in need. Thank you.
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms. If anyone speaks, they should do so as one who speaks the very words of God. If anyone serves, they should do so with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To him be the glory and the power for ever and ever."
~1 Peter 4:1-11
Fees for High School
An Operating Expense fee of $15 per class will be required. This fee covers Pathway's insurance, taxes, and operating expenses. If you also have student(s) in Pathway’s K-8 program, this fee is waived for high school since you will pay it in the lower school registration. All operating expense fees are non-refundable.
A Church Donation of $15 per class will be collected on the first Friday in November. Again, if you also have student(s) in Pathway’s K-8 program, this fee is waived for high school. This check will be made out directly to the church and is tax deductible.
We are grateful that our host church is so overwhelmingly generous in providing their facility for us to have our co-op. The church blesses us with electricity, water, gas, HVAC, along with their rooms, furniture and exterior playgrounds. All church donations are non-refundable.
A Non-Refundable $100 Deposit is required to hold your student's spot in each class. This $100 will be paid directly to each teacher for their respective class. This deposit must be received within 14 days of your registration or the student will be dropped from the class roster, and re-registration will be required. This $100 deposit will be deducted off of the total of the class. The entire balance will be due one month prior to the first day of class. All deposits are non-refundable.
Payment for Fees and Classes
Payments for high school operating fees are paid to and handled by Pathway. Church donation checks are written directly to the church. All payments for classes are made directly to the instructor. Financial details and decisions for classes are between each instructor and the parent. Pathway leadership does not handle any financials for classes. All deposits, fees, and class payments are non-refundable.
After you register, you will receive a Paypal invoice for Pathway operating fees. These fees are due upon receipt. The invoice will include the instructor's information, so you may pay your deposit and class payment directly to the class instructor.
Once registration opens, we will fill classes until the class has reached its maximum. Returning students have priority registration prior to new students. Once a class is full, we will start a waiting list and let you know if a seat opens for your student. Paid classes have a minimum number of seats that need to be filled in order for the class to take place. If the minimum is not met, the class will be cancelled. Pathway will let you know by the end of the registration period if the class is going to be cancelled or not. Pathway reserves the right to give top priority to students based on the total number of classes for which they register and whether or not the family is also a member of Pathway's K-8 program.