Parent & Tutor Responsibilities

We look forward to providing your children with a dynamic educational experience. BMCH tutors will work with you to co-create learning plans for your child. Please contact us with any questions you may have.  We look forward to assisting you and your child on their educational journey!

Responsibilities for parents and tutors as part of the BMCH tutorial and co-op are as follows:
Parent Instructional Responsibilities:

  • Parents provide direction and supervision of the homeschool program and maintain a portfolio of student work.

  • Ensure thorough, regular instruction in 8 required subjects (Language Arts, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Art, Music, Physical Education, Health)

  • Register as a homeschool student with the county of residence, and choose for the home instruction program to be under county or umbrella oversight


Parent BMCH Co-op Responsibilities:

  • Be an active member in the BMCH community.

  • Attend monthly parent meetings (via Zoom)

  • Assist in making classroom materials (laminating or cutting materials)

  • Assist with field trips as time permits

  • Volunteer to provide additional enrichment for the children as time and talents permit 


Tutorial Services:

  • Assist parents in implementing a homeschool program following the Montessori method and individually tailored for their children.

  • Provide regular communication with parents to determine direction of the instructional program in subjects offered by the tutorial

  • Assist parents with curriculum recommendations for subjects not offered by the tutorial

  • Assist parents in locating a homeschool umbrella or navigating county portfolio requirements (parent is ultimately responsible for maintaining the portfolio)

  • Facilitate social lunch and outdoor play daily

  • Facilitate Friday field trips and game times, foster community engagement, and emotional health











“We shall walk together on this path of life, for all things are part of the universe and are connected with each other to form one whole unity.”
                                                       ― Maria Montessori