Who We Are


"Now for this very reason also, applying all diligence, in your faith supply moral excellence, and in your moral excellence, knowledge, and in your knowledge, self-control, and in your self-control, perseverance, and in your perseverance, godliness, and in your godliness, brotherly kindness, and in your brotherly kindness, love.” 2 Peter 1:5-7 NASB
 
 
 
No Co-op
April 21st

New Member
registration 
opens
April 21st

Final
Open House
April 28th

Hoopla Panel
May 5th &
May 12th

Field Day
May 19th

Student Showcase
(aka Hoopla)
May 23rd 




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Excellence in Learning Community Cooperative is a community of families who desire to glorify God while we use our strengths and talents to uplift, encourage, and support homeschooling families.
 
 

 

Our Vision

To create a home school community of students and families who share common values and goals. To offer classes where each student is valued and opportunities for excellence in learning take place. We desire to glorify God while we use the strengths and talents of each home school family
 
Our Mission
 
Our mission is to enhance and supplement the home schooling of each family. 
We hope to accomplish this by offering classes which pursue excellence and by having teachers who truly enjoy the subject they are presenting.  Our desire is to encourage the child’s natural enthusiasm to learn and to do that by encompassing all of their many learning abilities and styles through hands-on, interactive classes.  We hope to offer classes that will enable all children to participate in any class within their age/grade range 
 
Our Values

Our values are centered around our Statement of Faith
 
* People thrive in community with God and each other.  We desire to nourish and support that community.
* Parents are responsible for their children and their children's education.  We desire to protect parental freedom.
* Families may need support for home education, especially in a single income home.  We desire to keep costs minimal.
* Volunteers minister best when they offer their gifts without outside imposition. We desire to encourage volunteers.

 
Our Leadership
 
Drason Sillin - LVCC Liaison - email 
Jon Emory - Devotions Leader - email
Amanda Sillin - Director - Registration/Treasurer  - email
Lauren Slevin - Director -Outreach/Communications - email 
Kim Wilson - Preschool Coordinator - email
Kelly Carpenter - Yearbook Coordinator - email
Carla Kiernan - GAP Coordinator - email
Lyn Smith- Hospitality Coordinator  - email
Pauline Whited - Safety Coordinator - email
 
Erin Alice - Teacher, 2nd year
Diana Andrews - Teacher, 4th year
Judy Boring - Teacher, 1st year
Natasha Campbell - Teacher, 1st year
Jackie Chico - Teacher, 2nd year
Sharon Decker - Teacher, 3rd year
Nicole Flowers - Teacher, 2nd year
Jon Emory - Teacher, 3rd year
Melissa Hamilton - Teacher, 2nd year
Amy Holyak - Teacher, 5th year
Susan Jones - Teacher, 1st year
Trudy Kane - Teacher, 2nd year
Carla Kiernan - Teacher, 3rd year
Jeri Neese - Teacher, 5th year
Peggy Reed - Teacher, 1st year
Cherie Reveal - Teacher, 5th year
Keri Sanders - Teacher, 2nd year
Amanda Sillin - Teacher, 6th year
Lauren Slevin - Teacher, 6th year
Julie Stedman - Teacher, 5th year
Jennifer Tooill - Teacher, 3rd year

  
 
 
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