Homeschool Buyers Co-Op gives homeschoolers real purchasing power!


It’s almost as if homeschool dad, Brett A. Walter, had an epiphany; if school districts get huge discounts on their curriculum, why not homeschoolers? The reason was simple: school districts have purchasing power and homeschoolers don't because we purchase as individuals. But the Homeschool Buyer's Co-Op strives to change that by giving homeschoolers the same purchasing power!

In October of 2004, homeschool dad Brett A. Walter created the Homeschool Buyers Co-Op, “the world's largest buyers’ club for homeschoolers and a great source for award-winning, affordable homeschool curriculum and homeschool resources.”


According to their website, the Homeschool Buyers Co-Op services over 289,000 families. Homeschool curriculum is affordable at Homeschool Buyers Co-op because they negotiate volume discounts for homeschooling curriculum and programs. “We use our purchasing power to get members the best deals anywhere for homeschool curriculum. Sure, you’ll find companies that sell tens of thousands of products to homeschoolers. But not