What We Are




involving mutual assistance in working toward a common goal.
"every member has clearly defined tasks in a cooperative environment"


a farm, business, or other organization which is owned and run jointly by its members, who share the profits or benefits.


The purpose of Bolton Educational Co-op is to meet the needs of Parents, Grandparents and Caregivers of school age children in our community. This Co-op is an association of public, private and independent students organized for the purpose of assisting and encouraging each other as they pursue a successful education. To close the achievement gap for public, private or independent students by providing the tools necessary for successful social, emotional and academic development in a safe and healthy environment. This can be accomplished by uniting the community in a cooperative and flexible environment.  Mentorship and tutoring and co-teaching provides interaction with a diverse group of ages and cultures that helps to  build strong adults and communities.


The Co-op will facilitate opportunities that may  help reach students that are underserved by regular school time programs and reduce summer learning loss, which is a huge contributor to the learning achievement gap.


What we are NOT, is a private school.

What we ARE, is an educational cooperative, who sees the indoctrination of public school students with a political ideology and a warped sense of social justice that have removed God in Education.


Many parents recognize that something is amiss in the government-run school system, but they feel trapped because they cannot afford to transfer their child to a private school or don’t have the time or money to homeschool alone. It doesn’t have to be that way. We can break this broken model by cooperating together with our local church body and educate this generation in the admonition of the Lord.


As President Ronald Reagan so eloquently warned us: “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. The only way they can inherit the freedom we have known is if we fight for it.”


The fate of freedom hangs in the balance. Unless Americans demand education freedom, Reagan’s warning will become reality: “you and I may well spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it once was like in America when men were free.”