Be sure to check out the events we have scheduled this spring and Register today!

Join us May 4th, 6:30pm at the Old Weare Town Hall for our annual Year End Celebration. We will play a slide show of pictures from events throughout the year. Then we will hand out participation certificates to the children. We will wrap up our celebration with ice cream sundaes. Invite dad and grandparents to join us for the evening.

Join us May 9th at Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, VT. This is a fun place for kids to explore. We will plan to check in around 10am and stay until late afternoon. There is so much to explore. See the event details for more information. This museum is just over an hour from Weare, but there is very little traffic on the scenic drive up I-89.

Our last parent support meeting for the school year will be held May 14th at the Weare Public Library. We will be there 7pm - 9pm. The topic of discussion will be Methods of Homeschooling. We will also talk about available resources for the different methods.

Our annual Field Day will be held May 16th, 1pm at Bolton Memorial Park in Weare. Kids of all ages have a great time with good old-fashioned relay races, tug-of-war, and much more. Bring a healthy snack to share and lots of water to drink.

We have a few summer gatherings posted too. Check them out, mark your calendar, and plan to join us

Spring Semester Schedule

January 24
February 7, 21
March 7, 21 (28th makeup date)
April 4 (18th makeup date)

If the Weare public school cancels or delays school, co-op classes will be canceled. Please check WMUR for the school closings.

 Please consider keeping the opposite Wednesday's Free for other WHE events.

Co-op Day Schedule



Ages 2-4
Preschool Class
Ages 2-4
Free Play 
Story Time
Grades K-2
Anatomy & Physiology
Grades K-2
Snack/PE, Craft Time

Grades 3-6

Apologia Anatomy & Physiology

Grades 3-4
Grades 5-6

Grades 7-9    

Apologia General Science
Grades 9-12
IEW Speech Boot Camp

Grades 9-12
Apologia Biology


Register for classes and events on our events page.  Contact WHE for more information about attending our Co-op classes at: admin @ (no spaces)

Registration is CLOSED!  FULL!

The WHE Co-op only runs 14 times per year.  We come together for labs and classes that enhance your homeschool experience.  Our schedule means less time commitment, yet it still allows for structured classes with a group of peers.  We also have set up our day to allow for plenty of social time for parents and children.  Our classes are run by homeschool parents which keeps our costs down.  We require parents to volunteer in some capacity so everyone feels connected as part of the team.  We hope you will consider our group for your family!

To get the most out of our group, it is strongly recommended that you register for a full-day of classes.  The kids tend to feel more connected when they are there all day to form friendships.  Parents who spend all day have time to get to know the other parents in the group.  We provide time for homeschool support during our co-op which is very valuable. 


Cooperative is defined as involving mutual assistance in working toward a common goal: every member has clearly defined tasks in a cooperative enterprise.

WHE requires parents in our co-op to fill a Cooperative Assignment Position (CAP). CAP positions could include, but are not limited to: classroom helper, lunch/recess monitor, nursery or set up/clean up. Parents will be required to serve in some capacity for a minimum of 2-hours per co-op day. Parents are not allowed to drop off children for classes. Parents should be flexible to work in various roles within the group to assure our day runs efficiently.

Exceptions to mandatory CAP policy:

  • Parents with a child under the age of 2
  • Pregnant moms
  • Parents with a special needs child -  defined as a child who is unable to participate due to specific needs beyond what WHE can provide; or a child who requires individual 1:1 attention to their individual needs which is provided by mom in order to attend the class.

 Please note class fees do not include textbooks or workbooks

10 AM Preschool ages 2-4 *FULL*

Children celebrate how God created us by learning their 5 senses, and the basics of the body (such as the musculoskeletal system, etc.)  There will be stories, learning videos, dancing and crafts. God the Creator will be weaved throughout every day we’re together.  Moms/Dads are welcome to join with us. If you have a baby, please bring him/her along to enjoy being with others. (No textbook required.)

10 AM Apologia Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology Grades K-6 *FULL*

3rd-6th: This class will use the Apologia Anatomy and Physiology textbook.  Siblings may share a textbook.  We require, all students to purchase a Notebooking Journal, either Junior or traditional level.  Using journals will immerse your child in the material and provide a richer experience.  This class will be interactive with a thorough review of the material for understanding, hands-on labs with live examples as appropriate or able, and opportunities for small group sharing, story telling, and public speaking. 

K5-2nd: This age group will participate in their own special class.  We will be loosely following the the textbook while incorporating games, crafts, etc. to engage the young learner. Children do not need to use the textbook at home in order to participate in this class.  You may purchase the junior notebook for home use, but it will not be required in class.
10AM Apologia General Science Grades 7-9 *FULL*
This class will use the Apologia General Science 2nd edition textbook.  In this study of General Science, your student will be introduced to such topics as the scientific method, designing experiments, simple machine, archaeology, geology, paleontology, biology, and human anatomy and physiology. "On your own" questions throughout the text are designed to help cement concepts, while "Study Guide" questions prepare for tests.  We recommend using the tests and solutions manual at home to get the most out of the course.  The notebook is optional.  We plan to have a lot of fun reviewing the material, exploring the labs, and improving lab writing skills.  Siblings may share materials.  A lab grade is provided at the end of each semester for those with 9th grade students enrolled in this class.  This course can be counted as 1 full high school credit of science for 9th grade.  
10AM IEW Sppech Boot Camp Grades 9-12 (1/2 high school credit) *FULL*

Public speaking is a non-negotiable skill for many career paths, and can be useful in daily life as well. Students will be shown concrete examples of experienced and new public speaking skills with actual footage of student speeches. This course is presented using DVDs and student handouts.  This course will require speech writing outside of class time and student speeches will be presented during class.  Mature 8th graders welcome in this class.  (No textbook required.)

  • Disc 1: Self-introduction & Planning a Narrative Speech 
  • Disc 2: Narrative Speeches & Organizing a Descriptive Speech 
  • Disc 3: Descriptive Speeches & Planning a Persuasive Speech 
  • Disc 4: Persuasive Speeches & Applications
11AM Preschool ages 2-4 *FULL*
 Curriculum TBD
11AM Art Grades 3-4 & 5-6 & PE Grades K-2   *FULL*


Younger students will have their own class and will participate in activities to improve balance and coordination through fun exercises and games. (The age split will be determined based on class sizes.)

 How to Teach Art to Children: Using the elements of art, we will be creating a hands on art project in every class. The students will learn about the elements of line, shape, color, value, texture, form and space throughout the year. Students will have the fun experience of painting, drawing, pasting, sculpting and building.  You will be required to purchase one workbook per family. 

11AM Apologia Biology Labs Grades 9-12 (high school lab credit) *FULL*
This class will focus on the microscope and dissection labs for Apologia Biology. Students will be expected to complete reading and other labs (if desired) at home. Parents may administer tests as desired. Text needed: Apologia Exploring Creation with Biology, 2nd Edition