REACH Homeschool Co-op of North Texas

REACH Homeschool Co-op is a Christian organization of homeschooling families that offers a variety of enrichment, supplemental and academic classes to its students in Richardson, Texas.  Our parents bring together a variety of diverse gifts, talents, interests and other special training to create interesting classes that meet the needs of the students in our co-op.

We meet on Friday mornings from 8:30am-1pm for four hour-long classes and a lunch break. Our classes run for 12 weeks each semester with the possibility of some of our academic classes going a few weeks longer.  (For example, a high school biology class might meet for 15 weeks each semester.) 

If you are interested in learning more about participation in REACH for the 2016-2017 school year, we would like to talk with you and schedule a time for you to visit us for a co-op day!  Send us an email at If you include your phone number and the best time to reach you, we will give you a call and hopefully answer all of your questions!


In March we will begin accepting applications for the 2016-2017 school year. Please click on the “Downloads” tab above to access the registration documents and class information, or click on the links at the bottom of this page. Note: The links are not updated yet for the 2016-2017 school year.


Who Can Be Members?

REACH members are Christian homeschooling families who:

  • Are professing Christians who have agreed to lead and manage their respective co-op activities according to Biblical Christian principles.
  • Make a year long committment to the other REACH families.
  • Are willing and able to teach in the co-op where needed.
  • Support and reinforce the complete REACH Statement of Faith.

What is unique about REACH?

  • Community

While we strive to offer enrichment and academic classes we also desire to cultivate authentic community among supportive homeschooling families.  How do we do this?  One of the main ways is by having Mom’s Night Out get-togethers, High School and Junior High events, Field Trips, Service Projects, and Family Fellowships.

  • Parent Participation

Another way we are unique is that our parents are very involved in our time together at all of REACH events. The parental involvement of REACH families, especially in teaching our classes, makes REACH affordable. All of our students, including our teens, have a good deal of adult supervision, and our moms enjoy close relationships with each other.

  • Affordability

REACH is one of the best homeschooling co-op deals in town. New members pay a $150 administrative fee that helps pay for our building use and other overhead expenses. Almost all classes a student takes will have a fee connected to it. These vary depending on the class and can be found listed in the Class Catalog.

How do I apply to REACH?

You will not want to apply until you are certain you can fullfill a year long committment to REACH in 2015-2016.  Once you are certain you can make this committment we begin taking applications in March.  You will want to download the New Member Packet and read through it carefully, fill it out and mail it to the address given in the packet.

As we are a small co-op of around 30-35 families we cannot always accommodate every family who wishes to join our group. In reviewing applications for potential members we are particularly interested in knowing what classes you are willing to teach at REACH.  This helps us evaluate how you will best be able to contribute to the group. This information, along with checking the references you provide, is a large part of our consideration of a new family. Links to our application forms and other documents can be found below and under the Downloads tab.

See our 2015-2016 Class Schedule and Class Catalog .

And the New Member Registration Packet has all the details about how to apply to REACH.

Please direct any questions to the REACH Directors by emailing