WELCOME TO SERVANTS OF THE IMMACULATA CATHOLIC HOMESCHOOL CO-OP & TUTORING
a Southwest Michigan Community
Servants of the Immaculata Catholic Homeschool Co-Operative & Tutoring
provides core classes and enrichment opportunities for homeschooling families with students
Pre-School through Middle School as well as core classes for students in High School.
Participants are obedient to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church and
entrusted to Jesus Christ through our Blessed Mother, Mary Immaculate.
We gather to celebrate our Lord's Presence in the Eucharist and
for academics, friendship and spiritual growth.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSES
MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSES
6th - 8th Grade
HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES
9th - 12th Grade
WHY DO WE HOMESCHOOL?
Various families from our co-op share the reasons why they have chosen to homeschool, some of which are flexibility in schedules, bringing families closer together, developing a love for learning, learning to think for themselves, and incorporating our beautiful Catholic faith into all that we do.
High School Tutors
Adam and Arlea Swager are a military family with five kids. They have been homeschooling for four years.
While serving our country as a photojournalist and editor in Iraq, Arlea worked closely with the Iraqi translators. It was then, while traveling and interacting with various cultures, that she found her passion for history. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in University Studies and an Associates in Mechanical Drafting. She graduated the photojournalist program and later the editor program
at the Defense Information School (DINFOS) at
Fort Meade, Maryland.
Arlea enjoys reading, cooking, and lively discussions.
She will be teaching High School History: Early Church
and Early Medieval as well as High School Literature for the 2022-2023 school year.
Matthew Montgomery is the father of a three year old boy named David and a one year old girl named Lucy.
Matthew holds a teaching certificate in Secondary Education with a major in biology and minor in chemistry. He loves all things science and loves studying how the world works.
He was a science teacher before the pandemic. After the stay at home order, he decided to stay home to take care of his son. After a few months, Matthew and his wife decided to make it permanent and he is now a stay at home dad.
Matthew loves gardening and is a wannabe woodworker, and enjoys the scientific process of brewing beer.
He will be teaching High School Physics
for the 2022-2023 school year.
Wednesday: 9am - 12pm
We would love to tell you why we love our Co-op community and how it could benefit your homeschool experience. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or inquiries!
Ericka, Jeselyn, Leigh, & Anne
939 Charlotte Avenue