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Lualima Community Microschool is a nonprofit program that serves alternatively educating  families, creating an environment where both children and parents can thrive. Our microschool focuses on the education and development of the child while also providing the parent or caregiver with support around their homeschooling practices as well as a sense of community and connection .

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We offer families a drop-off or hybrid model of education with flexible 2, 3, and 4-day schedules.

Serving learners 5-14 years old- year round.

Educational Models



Flexible Schedule


Our Mission

Our mission is creating a supportive and compassionate home education community for youth, their families and bring them back to the greater community  through  nature-connected, passion-led homeschooling, positive parenting, and collaborative practices that promote self-awareness, social-emotional fluency, and autonomy in learning. We also aim to allow for under-served families within our communities to feel welcome to join us by making our programs financially accessible and inclusive for all. 

Our Vision

We are empowering families to take charge of their education and development through a nature-connected, collaborative model that nurtures the whole child and supports the growth and well-being of parents and caregivers to create a more inclusive and equitable society through a community-based approach to education.

Our Environment

The physical environment of Lualima Community Microschool is nature-connected, inviting, and conducive to learning and personal growth. It provides access to outdoor spaces and gardens that offer opportunities for hands-on learning and connection with nature. The indoor spaces are bright, welcoming, and foster a sense of community and collaboration. They include open spaces for group learning and activities and semi-private spaces for individual work or reflection. The microschool's environment is designed to be flexible and adaptable, able to change and evolve to meet the needs of the families and the community it serves.

Spring '24 Semester Is Officially Open for Enrollment!

January 8th - May 23rd

Our Spring year is located at 1100 Thousand Oaks Blvd, Georgetown, TX 78628. 

(We are not associated with this fellowship). 

We have mixed aged Learning Clubs for each fun subject. We cover core content plus enrichment.



2-Days

Choose your Days.

(K-3) 9-2:30

$280/month

(4-8) 9-3:30

$328/month

See our Pay What You Can tuition options HERE


3-Days

Choose your Days.

(K-3) 9-2:30

$375/month

(4-8) 9-3:30

$492/month

See our Pay What You Can tuition options HERE


4-Days

Monday- Thursday

(K-3) 9-2:30

$500/month

(4-8) 9-3:30

$656/month

See our Pay What You Can tuition options HERE


Our Partners

Boys and Girls Club

https://www.bgctx.org/Georgetown/Georgetownbgctx

Our Mission:

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

Change, Hope, Wellness

https://changehopewellness.org

Mission

To bring relief and provide support to youth living in underprivileged conditions by facilitating their access to opportunities that enhance their lives and foster their dreams.