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Grades
Elementary (k-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
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Located in Hephzibah, Georgia

Educational atmosphere that encourages good morals and character

Get To Know The Teacher
G.U.I.L.D. Collaborative began in August 2012 as Liberty Cottage Classes.  A group of homeschool moms – mostly of high schoolers – who got together, and brain stormed class offerings based on the needs of the collective high school group of students. In the Fall of 2023 a journey toward 501(c)3 non-profit status began, and with this journey a name change was needed. This ushered in the name G.U.I.L.D. Collaborative.

Additional class offerings for younger grades were added because of the needs of the younger students in the G.U.I.L.D. families.

Each year the needs of the group change, and each year the group of moms [and dads, if applicable] talk and discuss not only the needs and desires of the families, but the requirements of the state of GA as well.

G.U.I.L.D. provides an educational atmosphere that encourages good morals and character.

All are welcome regardless of religious affiliation. We are a non-sectarian group that does not require a statement of faith to be signed to participate.

Classes are ala carte, you may take one or more classes as you deem needed for you homeschooling journey!
Schedule & Details
G.U.I.L.D. classes are held during the fall and spring semester on Wednesdays during the school year. Fall sessions begin in September and end in December while spring session runs from February through May.

Please see our website for the latest course offerings and schedule!

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