OKLAHOMA ISLAMIC ACADEMY
Oklahoma's 1st islamic homeschool co-op
Inspiring Muslim American Students of Today into Future Leaders of Tomorrow
a 501 C 3 non profit organization
Frequently asked questions
And, it’s not a term that is exclusive to the homeschooling community.
It is a word that simply means: a group working together for a common goal.
Homeschooling co-ops may form to:
Offer academic as well as faith-based classes,
Organize field trips,
Participate in group arts and crafts,
Provide social time for homeschoolers who share common beliefs, interests, faiths, etc.
Academic Enrichment Classes / Co-ops: Many co-ops are academic, focusing on offering classes on different topics.
A homeschool co-op that offers to teach academic classes: Hires teacher(s), requires co-op students to pay “tuition” to a center or organization that offers this type of co-op.
The group will also need to decide how often they meet. Some homeschool co-ops meet weekly or even several times a week, while others meet monthly (or a couple of times each month). OIA's co-op meets 5 days a week.