Homeschool Resources
More about FICHE
Our Leadership
  • President:
    • Provides leadership and vision
      for the coop
    • Works with board members to
      provide community among
      students and parents
    • Enthusiastic about group!
  • Vice President:
    • Assists President as needed
    • Liason to hired tutors
    • Events point person
    • Engaging with others!
  • Treasurer:
    • Maintains financials of group
    • Collects fees
    • Disperses appropriated monies
    • Responsible and detailed!
  • Secretary:
    Records minutes of various
    Assists board with various duties
    Helpful and insightful!
  • Membership Coordinator:
    Main contact for new membership
    Organizes new membership
    Welcoming and inviting!

How to Find Us

 FICHE Kids!


Homeschool Support & News
MACHE - Minnesota Association of Christian Home Education
Fridley, MN
MHA – Minnesota Homeschooler’s Alliance
Richfield, MN

www.nacd.orgNational Academy of Child Development
Minnesota Family Council – Minnesota Family Institute
2855 Anthony Lane South, Suite 150
Minneapolis, MN 55418-3265
105 Peavey Road, Suite 116
Chaska, MN 55318
EHO –Eclectic homeschool Online – (online magazine)
WEST - JR HIGH / HIGHSCHOOL Supplimental Academic Classes
Academic classes with paid teachers for junior and high school level credits, CLEP courses
22 North Main Street
St. Michael, MN

12805 Highway 55
Suite 211
Plymouth, MN 55441

TEMPERAMENT COUNCELING - WellSpring Life Resources
18635 -34th Avenue North
Plymouth, MN 55447


Curriculum Information & Resources
Heppner’s Legacy Homeschool Resources
920 Highway 10
Elk River, MN 55330
(Hours may vary)
Rainbow Resources


101 Devotions for Homeschool Mothers by Jackie Wellwood

A Charlotte Mason Companion by Karen Andreola

The Story Bible by Catherine Vos

The Big Book of Home Learning by Mary Pride

Books Children Love by Edith Wilson

Christian Home Educator Curriculum Manual by Cathy Duffy

Designing Your Own Classical Curriculum by Laura Berquist

Educating the Whole Hearted Child by the Clarksons

Home Learning Year By Year by Rebecca Rupp

Honey for a Child’s Heart by Gladys Hunt

Manager of Their Chores by the Maxwells

Teaching the Trivium by Harvey Bluedorn

The Well-Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer

Jotham’s Journey, Bartholomew’s Passage, Tabitha’s travels by Arnold Ytreeide

Amon’s Adventure
by Arnold Ytreeide


"Family & Education"
Special Interest Opportunities & Experience
HARVEST HOME FARM: The Farm School and The Granary Guesthouse
Teaching Character and Skills Through Encountering Creation. Hands-on experiences and demonstrations are used to educate, illustrate character qualities and build teamwork.

          - Students come to the farm for classes and demonstrations
          - Families come to vacation and reconnect with one another

It's an expreience you won't want to miss as a family or school group!

Phone: 715.538.1446
W16303 Simonson Road
Whitehall, WI  54773
ROSELAWN STABLES: Family Events & Educational Daycamp
A 1930's old fashion farm awaits you. Minutes from the Twin Cities, offering: Day Camps, hayrides, sleigh rides, grass fed beef and more!

Horse Day Camp at it's best!
Campers learn not only to ride but groom, feed and build a relationship with their horses. The end of the week celebrates with a horse show where campers demonstrate their horsemanship and the staff share character qualities they have witnessed for each camper throughout the week. Family and friends are welcome to join in the horse show fun!

Roselawn Stables is an opportunity for fun, experience, responsibility and more! Your student will leave Roselawn longing for more!

24069 Rum River Boulevard Northwest
St. Francis, MN   55070


Tutor-Based Classes for 5th-12th Graders

WEST is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization offering tutor-based weekly classes for home-educated students in 5th through 12th grade. Our class schedule allows parents and students to choose from a variety of tutorial courses taught by skilled and passionate tutors.

WEST allows for 90-minute academic sessions on Wednesdays in St. Michael, MN. and Mondays in Maple Grove, MN each semester.

Students come for the classes, and stay for the community!

Check us out to continue the homeschool experience for your oldler students.


 College Level Examination Program

What is CLEP?
CLEP is an opportunity for your student to apply highschool credits directly to their college major/minor. In a sentence... CLEP can provide massive college tuition savings to your family by working with your student's highschool credits in order to "test out" of college level courses that are in essence, a repeat of classes they have or will take in highschool.

This will enable your student to move efficiently into and through college courses that are specific to his/her major/minor and career path. Students can even graduate from highschool already having earned college degrees even before entering college!

Contact our office for information regarding consultants Debbie Stenzel or Paula Mytling.


Legal Defense for Homeschoolers
HSLDA – Home School Legal Defense Association
Purcellville, VA