Trinity Homeschool Co-op provides help and support to Christian homeschool families who are raising their children in the fear and admonition of the Lord. Every Tuesday and Thursday we learn God’s Word, sing hymns, and teach one another whatever the families need and can provide – Latin, history, phonics, chemistry, and so on – for our children’s flourishing.

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Classical Lutheran Education

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Biblical, Historical, Practical

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Family and Pastorally Led

Why We Teach Our Children Ourselves

We teach our children ourselves because the primary responsibility for education is always with parents. God has given children to parents, not to schools or to governments, but to parents. Parents could use schools or governments if those would be helpful to their children, but the responsibility for education is with parents and no one else.

If schools or governments can’t or won’t teach our children God’s Word, we must teach our children God’s Word. If schools or governments can’t or won’t stop teaching evil things, we have to teach our children those good things that no one else will.

Our homeschool co-op exists to help families teach their children God’s holy Word and every other good thing that will help our families and our children. We are here to help you and your family learn what the LORD wants your children to learn and how to teach them what they should learn. You aren’t alone. We are here for you and with you to help you carry out the tasks God has given you with the gift of children He has given you.

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What is classical Lutheran education?

The first “Lutheran” schools were formed to offer a classical education to a broader segment of the population than had ever been offered before that time. Martin Luther and the early reformers urged the local governments to set up schools patterned after the ancient academies of the Greeks and Romans teaching the seven liberal arts of grammar, dialectic (logic), rhetoric, aesthetics (music), empirics (astronomy), mathematics, and geometry. These schools became the model for the famous German “gymnasium” and the English “public schools” that set the standard for excellence in education well into the twentieth century. (Consortium of Classical Lutheran Education - CCLE)


Can I afford a classical Lutheran homeschool?

Our cooperative is affordable, with costs lowering each semester through aggressive grant and fundraising efforts. Because of our incredible volunteer teachers, the education provided is exceptional at the lowest rate of any cooperative in Colorado. Public schools in Colorado average a cost of over $11,000 per student, while our cost per student are less than 2% of that. More importantly, we provide outstanding classes designed to teach our children the truth, rooted in Christ, and not in popular secular ideology.

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How we can help your family

We are returning the nexus of a child's education to the family. Our cooperative was founded by parents with over 150 years combined experience in homeschooling to help families educate their children. With this intention we created a community to educate our children and support families thinking about or currently teaching their children at home. At the same time we provide excellent classes to supplement homeschooling curriculum, we provide resources and recommendations to parents. Join us, and we can help your family grow in God’s Word and your children grow in the joy of knowing and being known by the Savior. Contact our church to find out more details

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