Camp Co-op 2020
See what fun is in store this summer at Camp Co-op, our Creative Half-Day Program for Young Children Ages 3-8 Years Click here for details ›
Magical Music Mornings
We are offering innovative music classes to young children, ages 2-7 beginning in November. Best of all, they are free and open to the public! Click here for details ›
Good Giving Challenge
It’s always a good time to donate to the Co-op! All donations will be used for new playground equipment for all three campuses. Donate today ›
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Are you interested in learning about Co-op happenings, registration windows, and alumni events? Learn more ›
LEAP Classes now available!
Co-op is excited to offer a new afternoon class known as LEAP! Learning Enrichment through Active Play (LEAP) is a hands-on, multi-sensory, play-based learning program for homeschooled students ages 5-7. Learn more ›
Welcome to Co-op!
Welcome to The Fayette Cooperating Preschool (commonly known as “Co-op”). Located in beautiful Lexington, KY, Co-op is a non-profit, non-discriminatory, independent educational institution established in 1951, and is licensed by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Not only do we offer an exceptional first-school experience for young children, but also a unique program that nurtures parents as well. The foundation of our program is direct parent involvement and we are the only parent-teacher cooperative school in Central Kentucky. Learn more ›
We believe that a child’s preschool experience should be one in which the foundations are laid for a lifetime of learning through appropriate early childhood educational experiences. Learn more ›
Co-op offers different programs that will suit your child’s age and abilities. Choices include our Twos/Threes program and our Preschool program for ages 3-5 (morning and afternoon options.) Learn more ›
Donate to the Co-op
It’s always a good time to donate to the Co-op! All donations will be used for new playground equipment for all three campuses. Our biggest purchase will be a new climber for the Clays Mill campus, dedicated to the memory of Christopher Miller, son of teacher Colleen Miller. Donate today ›