Welcome to CHEE!

Announcements & Upcoming Events:

2014-15 Registration is ongoing through August 11. The family registration fee for full members (taking any classes) is $20, while a "limited membership" (field trips & parties only) is just $10. New Members: click above on Membership - Registration to print the necessary form and view details on how to apply for membership by mail. Returning Members: click on Membership - Registration above or email cheegazette@gmail.com to obtain a member registration form.

2014-15 Kickoff Meeting at Mt. Airy Baptist Church Fellowship Hall: Monday, August 11, 6:30 p.m. This informative (and possibly fun) meeting is for all pre-registered members as well as others interested in learning more about CHEE for the coming school year! Come prepared to complete registration paperwork, sign up for classes, and pay necessary fees. Please print and bring pages 4 and 14-16 from the Member Handbook to complete registration. (Click above on Membership for more info.) No childcare is provided, and children may attend but must not be disruptive to the meeting. CHEE classes will begin on August 25.

What is CHEE?

We are a cooperative support group for Christian homeschooling families who come together for classes and activities on a weekly basis. Often described as "a good, old-fashioned co-op," all members participate to fulfill various roles in order for our group to function and parents are required to remain on-site with their child(ren). CHEE classes are held on Mondays from August to April at Mt. Airy Baptist Church off Hwy. 81 in Easley. Please click above on Membership for directions and registration information.(Please do not contact the church regarding our group. Inquiries may be sent to chee.easley@gmail.com.)

Our Mission

Our Mission is to enrich our students’ home school experience while giving them a place to fellowship with friends of all ages in a safe, Christian environment; to provide fun, yet educational, elementary classes and interesting middle school, high school, and fine arts opportunities; and, above all, to support one another in educating our students in a Godly manner.