We are a private group of Christian families who homeschool, meeting together to encourage and strengthen homeschool families, form friendships, and build a sense of community. This group collectively provides an opportunity for our children to participate in educational activities with Christian peers in a group setting. As our activities do not exist to take the place of a full-time curriculum, each family is responsible for ensuring that their children follow an established curriculum according to the laws of their country and to the satisfaction of the Belgian authorities.
What We Believe
We believe Jesus is part of the triune God and God’s Son. We believe that Jesus came to earth, died, was buried, and rose again. We believe in salvation thru faith alone in God. We believe the Bible is the inspired and authoritative word of God.
John 3:!6 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have eternal life.
Procedure to join BCHC:
Once accepted as a member:
Guidelines, Policies, and Procedures
Brussels Christian Homeschool Co-op (BCHC) meets every other week on Wednesdays from 9:30-12:30. We have 2 semesters in a school year, which runs from September to March. Each semester contains 5 weeks of classes. We provide two class periods. Classes offered are based on what parents volunteer to teach each semester. Parents are involved in the classes either teaching or assisting. We end each day with a coffee/tea break for the parents when we visit with one another. During that social time for the parents, the students have free time where they can talk with each other and/or play games. Before we leave the campus, we all participate in cleaning up the facilities.
Other activities that we provide throughout the year include, but are not limited to: field trips, Christmas and End-of-the-Year parties, Moms’ Night Out, and Field and Fair Day.
Note about language:
Because we provide a ministry to English-speaking homeschoolers, the homeschool parent and their child(ren) must be able to speak and understand English with no assistance in order to attend. This allows the parent/child to have the maximum benefit of attending co-op, and supports an environment beneficial to the group as a whole.
Families with children 0-4 years:
Your oldest child must be 5 years old by September 1st, and you must be actively homeschooling in order for your family to join BCHC. Younger siblings are provided child care at co-op and may participate in classes when provided.