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Scholé Homeschool Co-op

Homeschool group with the resources of Eukarya Christian Academy

Homeschooling With a Private School Backing

Our families reap the benefits of private school, while embracing the rich, restful experiences and relationships home-educating provides. In addition to weekly instructional aid, you have access to athletic teams, dances, assessments, tutoring, transcript development and completion, drivers ed process assistance, mission trips and local outreaches, and curriculum selection assistance, among other things.

About Scholé

The Scholé Homeschool Group of Eukarya Christian Academy was founded out of a desire to encourage and equip the growing homeschool community in Winchester and surrounding areas.

Our hybrid homeschool academy meets twice weekly, offering in person academic instruction from experienced teachers. These teachers provide lesson plans for the rest of the week, as well as support to parents instructing at home.

Students learn in a classroom setting, while his/her primary homeschool teacher, usually a parent, is given support to achieve their desired goal: classical, home-centered education.

Supported By Classical Academic Press

Scholé groups are supported by Classical Academic Press. They are Classical, restful, communal, and flexible.

We are thrilled to host the local Scholé group here at ECA.

You can learn more about Scholé Groups here.

Our Mission

To equip, encourage, and support homeschool families through academic instruction, assigned lesson plans, and assessments, which consider the whole child.

Our Purpose

By offering creative and time-tested academic instruction, we desire to create an atmosphere and educational road map, which cultivates wisdom, virtue, and sound reasoning, and gives parents the tools necessary to educate their children at home. We work in conjunction with parents to aid in the nurturing and instruction of the whole child: body, soul, and spirit.

Our Team

Heather Carhart

Heather Carhart

Teacher (Scholé), Substitute Teacher (ECA)

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Susanna Cox

Susannah Cox

Schole Upper School Teacher

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The word scholé (pronounced skoh-LAY) comes from a Greek word meaning “restful learning,” it carries the connotations of “contemplation,” “conversations,” and “reflection.” We strive for academic excellence, while embracing a culture of restfulness.