Summer Break is Here! We will be hosting Eagle Park Days the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the Month. Check our Caledar for the Park Locoation as the location will change.
Class Registration Aug 15th-31th
Orientation: Sept 8th (Parents Only)
Fall Semester: Sept 17th- Nov 17th
Eagle Co-op is on Summber break.
Fall Class Catalog will be listed in August for our Fall Semester.
The Homeschool Mom
HSLDA is a non-profit advocacy organization that makes homeschooling possible by protecting homeschooling families and equipping them to provide the best educational experience for their children. We have been trusted for over 35 years to care for homeschooling families as we safeguard their freedom and secure the future of home education.
Nevada Homeschool Network
Nevada Homeschool Network
Nevada Homeschool Network (NHN) advocates for homeschooling and works to protect the freedom of families to educate their children as they see best. We disseminate information, monitor and influence state legislation and district policies, defend the right to homeschool, work to maintain the least restrictive laws and policies, and educate families, educators, elected officials and the public on the laws and merits of homebased education. NHN serves all families interested in home education.
Northern Nevada Home School Inc. (NNHS)
NNHS is a non-profit organization established to support and encourage home school parents in the Northern Nevada Region. NNHS exists to support, encourage and assist parents and students who have legally chosen the home education option.
NNHS hosts an extensive calendar of field trips and activities, as well as a monthly newsletter.
Washoe County LIbrary
Washoe County Library
The Washoe County library offers a vast array of services, both online and in its 14 physical locations. You can browse the card catalog and make reservations online, as well as peruse premium periodical databases such as Infotrac (requires library card).
Parenting Tips: How to Raise Kids Who Love Learning
As a parent, you can help your children develop their skills and talents by supporting their academic work and encouraging them to continue learning in their own free time. Parents play a crucial role in creating a positive environment in which their children can grow and thrive, so the activities and behaviors you foster at home will set your children up for success in school and beyond. If you’re looking for ways to make learning fun for your kids, check out the following resources from the Eagle Home School Co-op!