Planet Homeschool, a secular coop, is a vibrant and welcoming learning community for homeschooling families with students ages 10 through high school in the Twin Cities, Minnesota metro. We offer a wide selection of courses led by teachers who are passionate about their craft and actively engaged in their field.  We attract an exceptional group of lively, intellectually curious students who truly enjoy being here.  And we involve an array of talented and supportive parents whose good ideas have helped build our co-op from its start in 2000.

Our learning environment is characterized by small class sizes, a comfortable and informal atmosphere, and close relationships between instructors, students and parents. Students have a common gathering space for study and socializing, and ample free time to get to know one another. Parents are welcome, but not required to stay for the day, and are expected to share in the administrative and supervisory aspects of the co-op.

Membership Fee at Planet Homeschool

In order to enroll in classes at Planet Homeschool, you must first pay a Membership Fee. This Membership Fee pays for classroom space rental and minimal web hosting fees. Registration begins at the end of Spring and continues until classes begin in the Fall.

The annual Membership Fee is $70 for those registering in the Fall and $35 for those registering only for Spring semester. You can pay with check or Paypal.

When you register, you will be asked to provide a user name and password for Planet Homeschool. This helps keep our community secure. After registration, you'll receive a confirmation. You can then login to the Planet Homeschool website and register for classes. 

Click here to pay your Membership Fee. 

Fall 2014 Registration is now closed.



9:15 a.m. – 3:05 p.m.

Planet Homeschool (PHS)
meets on Fridays at 
Faith United Methodist Church
2708 33rd Ave NE 
St Anthony, MN 55418

“Together we are fashioning a rich and coherent whole, a lovely little planet of homeschooling, and it’s all happening with a minimum of rules and an absence of hierarchy.  It’s been a complete collaboration of thought and talent, a cooperative venture in the truest way.”

Inclusivity Statement

As a secular organization, we embrace all faiths, beliefs and educational styles.  In all that we do, we work to include, respect and learn from individual differences in ability, gender, culture, race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation and educational philosophy.