A Full-Time Program for Teens
A Hybrid of Homeschooling and SchoolRaritan Learning Cooperative combines the most valuable parts of school—peers, classes, and mentors—with personalized attention and the freedom to choose what and how you learn.
RLC accepts applications and new members at any point in the year! Contact Scott to discuss.
Feel like you’re “homeschooling” in the dark?
This is our specialty!
RLC’s full-time program provides a hybrid of homeschooling and school for teens.
Whether you’re struggling with your teen learning from home or enjoying the experience and wondering how to enhance it and keep it going, we want to help.
Email or call us to schedule a 1/2 hour free consultation to help you navigate your child’s current and future education with a plan that best fits your child and family’s needs…no strings attached!
How can teens create an education for themselves based on their own individual interests and goals? Can they still go to college? What does it actually look like when a teen leaves conventional school and forges their own path?
All of this will be discussed at our online teen panel. Panelist will include current and alumni members of the The Learning Cooperatives, who will tell their stories, with a Q&A to follow.
When: Thursday, August 13th, 7-8:30pm
Register via Eventbrite (requested, not required)
TLC centers offer a full-time program as a resource for families who want to take education into their own hands. Teens get guidance from knowledgeable, caring adults, access to a broad selection of classes that are based on their interests, and welcomed into a community of peers.
Princeton Learning Cooperative, Princeton, NJ
Bucks Learning Cooperative, Langhorne, PA
Raritan Learning Cooperative, Flemington, NJ
Join us for a free screening of Class Dismissed (1 hour, 30 minutes).
Date: Wednesday, August 19
From the filmmakers:
“Frustrated with the traditional school system, a family in Los Angeles pulls their two children out of one of the highest-rated schools in the area and takes their education into their own hands. In the quest to better their children’s lives, they must overcome long-standing assumptions about education and face the social ramifications of their bold decision.
Class Dismissed will challenge viewers to take a fresh look at what it means to be educated in the 21st century and offer up a new way of thinking about the process of learning.”
Following the screening, you’re invited to stay for a discussion of the topics raised in the film.