Upstate Co-Ops/Academies

UCHU – S.T.E.A.M. Academy

Meets at Landrum Methodist Baptist Church

28 weeks a homeschool year (14 weeks each semester) from August to April




Academy Director, Angela Perry at



Science. Technology. Engineering. Art. Mathematics.

STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration and work through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders and learners of the 21st century!”  -Susan Riley, Arts Integration Specialists

Class Instruction:

Thursdays are some core academic classes and extra curricular classes

Instructions provided for:

1 month to 12th grade

Academy Day:


Family size of  1- 3 children:

$50 a semester

Family size of 4+ children:

$90 a semester


CHUC (Christian Homeschoolers of Union County)

Meets 34 Wednesday, August – May.

Meets at Phillip Baptist

Contact: Cherie 864.441.4725

Christian Homeschoolers of Union County (CHUC) Co-op
Preschool-High School
Contact: Cherie Wilson 864-441-4725




H.I.S. Co-Op (Humbly In His Service)

Contact: Cammie Ruddy

Meets Mondays, 9:45-12:30

Meet at: Southside Baptist Church

$10 per child per semester

For the 2015-2016 school year, HIS (Humbly In Service) Cooperative will meet on Monday mornings from 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM at Southside Baptist Church, located at 316 S. Church Street (downtown Spartanburg). We are completely Mom Dependent:) All moms must participate in class instruction and remain present during class times from 9:30-12:30 (our afternoon opportunities are optional). This helps to keep our costs down. Fees are $10 per child per semester. This price is subject to change. These fees do not include text books, school supplies, or lab supplies.




Classical Conversations

Various locations throughout the upstate.

Go to to find a a location near you.



Artios Academy in Greenville

A homeschool program that has different divisions that can supplement a family’s homeschooling curriculum. The Academy offers enrichment in Art, Music, History, & Theatre-Literature for grades K-12 on Monday mornings. The Conservatory is a high school Fine Arts program where students can choose a discipline to study almost like a major in college, similar to the Fine Arts Center in Greenville, and is also on Monday mornings. The Plus Clubs allow students to study an individual area of the Fine Arts such as drama, choir, art, & choreography on Monday afternoons; students may choose to study more than one area. The Preparatory provides classes in the Academics for middle school and high school students in an “a la carte fashion” where students can take one or more courses on Wednesdays. The Greenville campus currently meets at Grace Church on Pelham Road in Greenville.



For Such A Time as This

Only offering IEW writing classes this fall

Carlotta Jackson teaches high school level –

Kristy Evans teaches elementary and middle school –


H.O.P.E. Co-op

Class descriptions 


Stars Co-op

Meets at Anderson Mill Road Baptist Church

Contact person Genia Batson, 864.587.2878 (h) 864.384.589 (cell)



Bethlehem Baptist Co-Op

Meet on Thursdays, 9 a.m. – 12 noon

Meets at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Roebuck

Contact: Holly Gunter,



UHC (Upstate Homeschool Co-Op)

Meets at Taylors First Baptist Church

Offers classes on Mondays and Wednesdays by paid professionals. The

majority of the etchers are degreed  in the field they are teaching.

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