Our Programs

About CCHE
Registration Opens 8/27

What is CCHE?

We are a support group of homeschooling families who join together to provide opportunities and activities for our children. We do this through support meetings, enrichment classes (co-op) and many special events such as field trips, science fairs, geography fairs, graduation ceremonies and sports programs to name a few.

Who can participate?

We are open to all homeschoolers in south central Kentucky. We do have a statement of faith and code of conduct that must be agreed upon and signed. We also require that all members comply with the Kentucky laws for homeschooling and must have a copy of the receipt that you sent in your letter of intent.

Meet the Leadership Team

Everything is done by parent volunteers. We have two volunteer leadership team tiers who also serves as members of our corporation (non-profit, educational).

Tier 1 leaders are: Garna Donahue, President/Director; Carolyn Phelps, Assistant Director; Stephanie Long, Assistant Director; and Harry and Miriam Huber, Athletic Directors.

Tier 2 leaders include Stephanie Prewitt and Sharon Taylor, Mom's Room/Field Trip/War Room Coordinators; Kellie Atwood, Teacher Coordinator; Heather Rooks, Accounting: and Sarah Broady, Information and Technology Director. You may email any of our leaders with regard to their particular area of leadership, or send a general message below with general questions.

Tier 1 Leadership

Garna Donahue

Garna Donahue

Director

Carolyn Phelps

Carolyn Phelps

Assistant Director

Stephanie Long

Stephanie Long

Assistant Director

Harry and Miriam Hubler

Harry and Miriam Hubler

Athletic Directors

Tier 2 Leadership

Stephanie Prewitt

Stephanie Prewitt

Mom’s Room and Field Trip Coordinator

Sharon Taylor

Sharon Taylor

Mom’s Room and War Room Coordinator

Kellie Atwood

Kellie Atwood

Teacher Coordinator

Heather Rooks

Heather Rooks

Accounting Coordinator

Sarah Broady

Sarah Broady

Information and Technology Director

Get in Touch With Us

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Tier 1 Leadership

Garna Donahue

Garna Donahue

Director

Carolyn Phelps

Carolyn Phelps

Assistant Director

Stephanie Long

Stephanie Long

Assistant Director

Harry and Miriam Hubler

Harry and Miriam Hubler

Athletic Directors

Tier 2 Leadership

Stephanie Prewitt

Stephanie Prewitt

Mom’s Room and Field Trip Coordinator

Sharon Taylor

Sharon Taylor

Mom’s Room and War Room Coordinator

Kellie Atwood

Kellie Atwood

Teacher Coordinator

Heather Rooks

Heather Rooks

Accounting Coordinator

Sarah Broady

Sarah Broady

Information and Technology Director

Get in Touch With Us

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Curriculum

Academic Classes for All Ages

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Reading & Writing

Students have multiple classes and formats to learn and practice reading and writing skills in these classes specific to helping children learn how to use language appropriately and creatively.

History & Politics

From studying world history to current events, our teachers love to work with students to understand society and politics in order to engage their community in an informed and appropriate way.

Life Skills

Some of our classes focus on specific life skills that every individual should know in order to foster independence and confidence. These classes are often some of the most fun and creative classes we have!

Sciences

Our science classes explore the components of our world and how it all works together. They learn through science experiments and students have a chance to participate in our annual science fair in the spring.

The Arts

Students are exposed to the arts through art class, drama classes, and music classes as available. They learn through creating art and participating in our annual ThanksLiving drama in the fall.

Vocational Skills

These classes, such as auto mechanics classes, are made available for our high school students to enable them to learn vocational skills and get a head start in the work force. 

Extra Curricular Programs

Students have many opportunities to engage in sports and community programs

The YEA! Program

The Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) is a groundbreaking and exciting program that transforms local middle and high school students into real, confident entrepreneurs. Through the year-long program, students in grades 6-12 generate business ideas, conduct market research, write business plans, pitch to a panel of investors, and launch their very own companies. 

Afterschool Sports

CCHE offers several sports for both young men and women such as basketball, volleyball, and soccer. Contact the CCHE sports director for more information.

Registration

How To Register Your Child in CCHE

Registration is available through one simple form. You may register up to 6 children. Please complete a second registration form for more children. 

Questions? Send a message.

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Members must complete the membership form.

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Members must read and agree with Statement of Faith, Mission Statement, & Release (included in the membership form.)

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$25.00 annual membership fee, payable via cash or check at our Kick-Off Registration event, or to a member of our leadership team. (Co-op class fees: Additional $15/month;  Discounts given to paid full-time pastoral families and active military families for $5/month.)

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Members must submit an annual Letter of Intent to homeschool to their county's Superintendent as well as provide a copy of this Letter to CCHE. Members are strongly encouraged to join both HSLDA (Home School Legal Defense Association) and CHEK.

Paid CCHE members receive a $20 discount when they join HSLDA (member number given for discount after CCHE registration.) HSLDA offers automatic withdrawal monthly payments of $10/month, but the discount does NOT apply for this payment option. Only payments made in full up front are applicable for the $20 discount.

**The discount is not for HSLDA members to receive $20 off of the CCHE membership. It is for CCHE members to receive $20 off the HSLDA membership.

For more information and the discount code, please contact Garna Donahue.

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Conflict Resolution

From time to time misunderstandings or hurt feelings can arise between members. When
a conflict arises between you and another member, we require members to follow Biblical outlines. Be slow to speak and slow to anger (James 1:19), willing to overlook an offense (Proverbs 19:11)pray before you speak or act (Ephesians 6:18). Matthew 8 outlines a fine pattern for conflict resolution and CCHE follows that process. Seek to speak to the person you have conflict with first. If a problem is still not settled, seek counsel from leadership. In most cases, disagreements are just that: disagreements.

Moving on is usually the best course of action. Strive to be peacemakers