Welcome! We are a homeschool cooperative serving Goshen and the surrounding areas. Located at Beulah Missionary Church on Old County Road 17 in Goshen. Specialized classes are held for children K-8th on Thursdays from 1-4pm.

Our Beliefs:

We are a Christ-centered cooperative. All of our Board members attend Beulah or another church regularly and have committed to following Christ and His direction.

The purpose of Raising Up Leaders Cooperative is to address a need in our homeschooling community for educational classes that support what parents are already doing at home, and opportunities to meet other homeschooling families; doing all of this from a Christian worldview in a safe and uplifting environment.

If you would like to know where Beulah stands please click here.

We do not require our students and families to share the same faith as us, however we do ask that it be respected. Children will learn about God and Jesus in their classes and how that impacts us and our world.


Hello Parents!

We are so excited that you are considering Raising Up Leaders Cooperative to add to your child/ren’s education.

Our desire in starting Raising Up Leaders is to address a need that we have recognized in our homeschool community; to offer educational classes that help to supplement your current curriculum, in a safe, fun, atmosphere where Jesus is our focus, and to build a well-rounded education in our future leaders.

As homeschooling parents, we wanted to create something we felt comfortable leaving our children at that helps to decrease the workload that comes with homeschooling while allowing our children to make friends and expand their horizons.

Applications and class schedule will be available starting in mid-July. If you are interested in teaching or know someone who is, have a suggestion for a class, or have any questions, please feel free to email me here!

To review our program manual, policies, procedures, and pricing information please see HERE.

We are looking forward to meeting you and your child/ren!

Jessica Shaffer

RULC Director


It is a drop-off program, with paid teachers. We do require parents to commit to a minimum of one week (3 hours) of volunteering either in their child’s classroom, or in the nursery that is provided for teacher and volunteer littles who are not currently able to participate in the programming. If you are available and would like to volunteer for more than the 3 hours please let us know!

The program runs on Thursdays 1pm-4pm for 12 consecutive weeks. The fall semester begins the first Thursday after Labor Day (September 5, 2024) and ends November 21, 2024. Spring semester begins February 6th 2025 and ends April 24th 2025. We will have an end of semester drama, exhibition, and/or field day to be announced at a later time!

Here's a sample of a co-op day (subject to change):

Drop off begins at 12:50 at the Family Life Center covered doors (Door R w/ driver's side facing doors).  Children are to exit out the side of the vehicle closest to the doors.

  • Students will go directly to the Family Life Center and be checked in by staff members before joining their first class teacher
  • At 1:00pm we will begin our welcome intro and students will be dismissed at 1:10pm to their first class with their teacher.
  • At 1:15pm first hour classes begin.
  • At 2:05 class is dismissed and students will make their way to their next class. There will be hall monitors and students will be allowed to take bathroom breaks at this time.
  • At 2:10pm second hour classes begin.
  • At 3:00 second hour classes are dismissed. Once again hall monitors will be present and students will be encouraged to take bathroom breaks at this time.
  • At 3:05 third hour classes begin.
  • At 3:50 students and teachers will begin cleaning up their room-washing tables and white boards, collecting trash, tidying up and returning the room to its original condition.
  • At 3:55 third hour classes are dismissed; teachers take students back to the family life center to get ready for pick-up.
  • At 4:00 pick up begins.
  • Parents/caregivers will be required to have a sign visible in the windshield with the student’s last name.
  • Teachers will release students when the pick-up patrol has communicated with them and the child has been matched with his/her vehicle.