Voyagers - Who We Are
Voyagers is a homeschool cooperative (co-op), offering enrichment classes to students in Kindergarten through Middle School, with classes for younger and older siblings of those in the program.
Voyagers was started over 23 years ago to enrich the education of school-age children by offering classes where children can learn together in a fun, Christian environment.
Our goal is to foster a Christ-centered group of families who desire to teach their children to love the Lord while providing engaging educational classes, interaction with peers, and connection with other homeschool families.
Voyagers is for children and parents. A parent from each family participates by either teaching or assisting in a class each semester. Parents are encouraged to teach an interesting class that will supplement the homeschool education of the children in their class. Because we are all gifted in unique and various ways, we each have something that we can offer our children to enhance their education.
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.1 Peter 4:10
Voyagers - About Our Program
Voyagers offers a variety of fun and educational classes. Previous classes have included: Presidents and Constitution, Sports and Games, Natural Disasters, Pioneer Life, Robotics, Presidential Campaigns Rock, Native Americans, Exploring Space, American Girl, Drama, Ancient Egypt, Delving into Dogs, Creative Storytelling, Jewelry Making, Fun with French, Grossology, Engineering Marvels and Disasters, Recorder Karate, Paper Art Engineering, Creative Movement, Lego: World Famous Buildings, PE, Outdoor Survival, Cake Boss, Where in Google Earth is Carmen Sandiego, and many, many more.
All classes are taught from a Christian perspective. The classes we offer vary each semester.
We have two semesters each school year. Each semester we meet once a week for 10 weeks on Thursdays from 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Where: Crossroads Church – Thomas Crossroads Campus
2564 GA-154, Newnan, GA 30265
Annual Fee – A $100 non-refundable annual family fee is paid by all families. This fee covers both semesters of Voyagers. Payment of this fee is due to reserve your spot in Voyagers.
Class Fees – Class fees are collected before each semester. They typically range from $5-$25 per class per student to cover the cost of supplies (books, arts and crafts, snacks, etc.) for each class.
Format: Classes are divided by age groups so that our students can enjoy fun, age-appropriate activities with children their own age. Parents and their children can sign up for their preferred classes each semester, although class placement is done on a first-come, first-serve basis through our online class registration process. Parents teach or assist in a class one hour. The other hour, they enjoy fellowship over lunch with other Voyagers parents.
- 12:00 – 12:10 Arrival time
- 12:15 – 12:45 Assembly and announcements
- 12:50 – 1:45 First hour of classes
- 1:50 – 2:45 Second hour of classes
- 2:45 – 3:00 Dismissal / clean-up
Parent Orientation Meeting: There will be two dates for parent orientation. Attending ONE of the orientation meetings is MANDATORY for all members. The orientation meeting will provide members with the information they need for this year in Voyagers including co-op guidelines and expectations. You may review our guidelines on the link below.
The dates for this year’s orientations are:
- Orientation #1: TBD (August)
- Orientation #2: TBD (August)
Orientation is designed for parents. Childcare is not provided during orientation.
Class Registration: Class descriptions and registration forms will be available in advance via email for all Voyagers members. For all but the youngest classes (preschool) there will be at least 2 class choices each hour. Registration forms are submitted online. Details about online registration will be provided in advance via email.
Payment Drop-off: Payment for classes is due prior to the beginning of each semester. The due date for fall semester classes is one week prior to the beginning of the semester.
Classes Start: September 7th, 2023
Voyagers - How to Join
Who can join: Membership in good standing with Eagle’s Nest is a prerequisite for participating in Voyagers. The Voyagers Co-Op is designed for students in kindergarten through middle school, with a fun, structured environment for preschool siblings. All adults serving at Voyagers must pass a background check.
Students with unique challenges are accepted to Eagle’s Nest programs on a case by case basis. Please reach out to the board and the program director before enrollment for a meeting to discuss needs, accommodations, and expectations.
Waiting List: There is currently a short waiting list to get into Voyagers. If you are interested in joining us, please click here to submit your application. We ask all interested families to provide their information on our waiting list form. We will contact you when there is a spot for your family in Voyagers. We begin contacting families on the waiting list in late spring/early summer for the following school year.
Voyagers - Contact Us
Thank you for your interest in Voyagers!
For questions or more information contact:
Amy Matkovich – Voyagers Director
Lauren Lundberg – Voyagers Assistant Director