Students and parents alike enjoy creating deep friendships that support and encourage their family’s decision to home school. Activities are planned to foster the fellowship experience for both parents and students.
By meeting as a group once weekly, parents are able to share life experiences with other home school families. Families from all seasons of life participate, creating camaraderie no matter the age or experience.
Through knowledgeable parents, SACC elementary students receive additional supplemental teaching to compliment home studies. Secondary students are able to benefit from core subjects taught by educators specializing in particular academic fields.
SACC founders have a passion to serve home school families by offering classes taught through God’s Word and His world! You will see this reflected in our course selections for your student.
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." -William Butler Yeats
Welcome to SACC!
in 2002, South Arlington Christian Co-op was begun by Maggi Philips and
Teri Riley, who have been home educating their children since 1987 and
2001, respectively. It was founded to serve families in the south
and Mansfield areas, although we have enjoyed receiving families from
as far as Temple and Abilene! We are pleased to offer exciting Academic
and Elective courses for 1st through 12th grade, and also class instruction for Pre-K and Kindergarten.
During our two 12-week semesters, we meet each Friday from 8:15 to 12:55 at Eden Road Community Church, 7000 Matlock Road, Arlington, Texas 76002. Our semesters run from September to November, and from January to April, taking the week of Spring Break as a holiday.
In the event of inclement weather, we adhere to Arlington Independent School District School Closings. Please see local news or AISD website for information
Please be advised that Eden Road Community Church graciously allows us to use their facility, but please DO NOT CONTACT them for any information regarding SACC. (You may view the "Contact Us" page to learn how you may contact SACC for more information.)