Below is a list of co-ops in which Classically Catholic Memory materials are being (or soon will be) used in a co-op setting.  Each of these co-ops was started by someone who had the interest and energy (along with some guidance by the Holy Spirit) in starting up a co-op with other families.  These co-ops are completely autonomous, and we have no formal involvement with them whatsoever.  However, we are certainly available to offer free guidance and advice to help you get started (or keep you going).  If you interested in learning more about any of these co-ops, are aware of any others, or interested in starting one in your area, please email us at

List of Co-ops in the USA

Alabama - Baldwin County

Arkansas - Little Rock; Springdale

California - Oakley; San Jose (Los Gatos)

Colorado - Longmont

Florida - High Springs; Melbourne

Illinois - Lemont; Peoria (science activities only)

Iowa - Ames

Kentucky - Erlanger

Louisiana - Bossier City (potential co-op, seeking members); Lafayette

Maryland - Gaithersburg; Rockville

Michigan - Kalamazoo; Midland/Saginaw

Minnesota - Loretto; Wadena

Mississippi - Lucedale (Schola Rosa)

Missouri - Wentzville

Nebraska - Lincoln

New Hampshire - Nashua; Rochester

New Jersey - Branchville

New York - Rochester; Westchester County

North Carolina - Greenville/Washington/Winterville (seeking members); Raleigh; Southern Pines; Wilmington

North Dakota - Fargo; Grand Forks

Ohio - Akron; Cincinnati

Pennsylvania - Harrisburg

South Carolina - Greenwood

Tennessee - Franklin; Memphis

Texas - Abilene; Austin (south and north); Fort Worth (Schola Rosa); Keller; Portland; The Woodlands

Virginia - Bedford, Staunton

Washington - Edmonds

Wisconsin - Fennimore

List of Co-ops outside the USA

CANADA - Edmonton, Alberta

"I love, love, love your program! I am a MODG user, and this is a wonderful complement to that program. Our co-op is awesome, and my kids are learning so much ... thank you for your great program."  Katie in Georgia