Thank you for your interest in the Green Street Homeschool Coop.
We are now collecting class proposals for the Fall 2016 semester. Click here to add in yours!Registration for the Fall 2016 semester is set to begin 8/31. Feel free to peruse our catalog for an idea of some of the amazing classes we may be offering in future semesters.
For any family that needs a copy of the Spring 2016 Homeschool Registration and Agreement just click here and download and print your own copy to bring to school with you on the first day of classes.
About Green Street
Green Street Homeschool Coop is a program of classes and activities for independent learners throughout Connecticut. Students travel to Middletown, a central and convenient location, to participate in on-site learning and hanging out with friends. We are a group of 50 plus families who meet at Green Street Teaching and Learning Center at 51 Green Street in Middletown.
Tuesday’s we meet from 9:30am – 2:30pm. Our programming on this day is dedicated to all age groups (ages 3+). Wednesday’s we meet from 9:30am – 2:30pm. Programming on this day is geared towards Teens and Tweens (ages 9 and up) with limited programming for younger siblings.
The center is in the northern section of downtown Middletown. This building provides excellent classroom and performance spaces, as well as convenient access to the Kid City Children’s Museum, the Russell Library, local parks, and a myriad of downtown restaurants and stores.
Green Street’s magic comes from within. Our parent volunteers offer high-quality classes for free. Specialized teachers are hired from outside of Green Street, whose fees are split by the coop members, to keep costs as low as possible. Even teens have the opportunity to teach and develop coaching and leadership skills.
Our membership is open to all who home school regardless of educational philosophy, religion, race, political beliefs, mental or physical disability, marital status, familial status, learning disability, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, and service animal access. Our culture is welcoming, neutral, and available to those of all lifestyles and beliefs.