...We have found the program to be everything we needed and more. We are amazed at the forethought that went into the creation of this product...
Shelly Roszak, Co-Director, SALT Teaching Co-op

eCoops has been such an asset to our group. It is user friendly, and we have received great technical support... Donna McHone, Director, HEAR Home Educators

Having been director of our home school association's teaching co-op, I unreservedly endorse eCoops' online database. It has enabled us to manage our Co-op in a more efficient, professional manner...
Kelsa Waite, Director (retired), RHSA Teaching Co-op

The yearly cost for our basic service is less than $5/family

The table below list the yearly cost for each service determined by the number of families in the Co-op

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Basic Online Database $175 $300 $450 $600 $800
Co-op Website $50 $100 $150 $200 $250
Class Catalog $50 $100 $150 $200 $250
Teacher Access $50 $50 $50 $50 $50
Teacher Class Submissions $50 $50 $50 $50 $50
Parent Access $50 $75 $100 $125 $175
Online Registration* $125 $175 $300 $400 $500
Class Pages* $150 $200 $350 $500 $650
  • The basic database is required for all other services.
  • *Parent Access is required for this service.
  • All services are yearly subscriptions
  • All renewals are due by June 30th for the upcoming year.**
  • Add additional services as you need throughout the year(s)
  • Co-ops with 250 families or more will need to contact support for a price quote.

**Late fees are calculated as follows:

All accounts paid in full by June 30th will incur NO late fees.

Account balances paid in July will be charged an additional 10% and each leader screen (page) will show a "Payment OverDue" message.

Co-ops with a balance as of August 1st will be blocked. To unblock the account, the balance plus the late fee of 10% will need to paid in full.

As of September 1st, any co-op with an outstanding balance will be deleted from our system and the data will no longer be recoverable.

Service cost is determined by:

  1. Hours spend by developers designing and writing code.
  2. Hours needed for developers to maintain the service
  3. Hours needed to support customers for the service
  4. Amount of storage needed for the service
  5. Amount of bandwidth needed (number of hits to the service).