The Princeton Learning Cooperative is a center that
helps teenagers live & learn without school by
supporting teens to create personalized educations
based on their interests, abilities and goals.

Curiosity, choice, and connection are essential for learning, and the keys that allow teens to create meaningful lives for themselves. At PLC, teens discover and explore their interests. They legally become homeschoolers, which provides freedom in deciding what, when and how they will learn. We provide resources and guidance through a variety of classes, one-on-one tutoring, staff mentoring, connections with the larger community and a small supportive community at our center.

Learn about our members' stories:

Cammy battled anxiety over homework and deadlines. Now she pursues her passions on her own terms. Read more

Ben loved computers and electronics and wasn't getting enough in school. Now his interests connect him to the wider world. Read more

KC felt silenced and stifled in school. At PLC she laughs again and leads in ways big and small. Read more