About Us

Mission Statement

The purpose of THE P.L.A.C.E. Co-op is:

· To provide an educational atmosphere that encourages a Biblical worldview.

· To organize classes which supplement students’ home curriculum and allow group participation. 

· To provide a place for children to interact.

· To assist parents in their efforts to home educate their children.

· To provide a support network for students and their families.

Volunteer Driven

Our Co-op is completely volunteer driven.  So that we may keep tuition costs as low as possible, only the teachers and substitutes are paid employees.  Every other job- including the administrative team- receives no payment or compensation for the time and talent donated to this cooperative.  


What are your meeting times?

All grades meet Fridays @ 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

High School STEM Classes meet additionally on Tuesdays @ 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

What is the cost of tuition?

As of 2023 the tuition costs are as follows:

High School will cost $325 per class

8th grade and lower:

$85 per month for one child

$110 per month for two children

$135 per month for three children

$160 per month for four or more children

Are books included in the cost of tution?

The cost of books are not included in the tuition cost. You are responsible for ordering and purchasing the required material for your child's class.

What are your class sizes?

Our 1st-8th grade classrooms will max out at 12 students per room.

Preschool and Kindergarten will max out at 10 students per room.

Is volunteering mandatory?

Yes. An adult representative from every family is required to work in a volunteer position to be a part of our cooperative.

Do I have to stay with my student during their class?

We are a drop-off co-op, when not working a volunteer position. Parents are not required in the classroom with their student.

How old is The PLACE Co-Op?

We are the oldest homeschool co-op in Bowling Green, KY.  Encouraging big families for big community, we have remained a steady group for elementary age students through high school age students since 2002.