KACH has several small groups available to become involved with. Student groups can be formed by KACH members to meet unique needs and interests of our homeschooling families. Newly formed groups will be submitted for approval by the Board of Directors and will abide by KACH policies and procedures.
This list can change over time depending on the willingness of members to lead groups. Below is a list of the student groups currently offered by KACH.
We are made up of families in KACH who have at least one child 8 years old and younger. We welcome siblings so we have younger and older kids too. We fellowship and socialize, encourage one another in our homeschooling journey and develop meaningful friendships, and enjoy educational enrichment opportunities. We have park days once a week, field trips once a month, and parties and moms’ nights throughout the year. We welcome and love new families, and we hope to see you soon!
This group is for families who have at least one child aged 9-12. We have park day gatherings as well as field trips. Park days are a time of fun and fellowship for parents and children alike. Siblings are welcome to attend.
The teen group is open to the teenagers of KACH (AGE 13-19) and provides opportunities to get together, have fun, learn from one another, and serve KACH and the community.
MISSION: To plan teen group activities such as dances, fundraisers, game nights, and outings through a student lead organization that works with adult supervisors and student volunteers in order to build strong relationships and foster leadership skills.
The KACH Theatre is a small group designed to give children an opportunity to explore their God-given creativity in a fun and encouraging environment. While the group will prepare performances to share with the community, spanning the gamut from drama to musical and secular to Christian, the focus of the KACH Theatre is on the students and their development in confidence, skill, and community. The KACH Theatre is open to all students ages 7 to 18 who are willing to try their best and let their lights shine.