Cahaba Academy operates as a ministry of First Baptist Church Trussville and exists to support, strengthen, and connect homeschool families for God’s glory.
SALT Academy Co-operative is an Academic Co-operative that meets during the traditional school year once a week. Classes are taught by parents.
The purpose of CrossRoads Christian Academy is to bring glory to God by facilitating a Christ-centered education through homeschool ministry.
Essential Church School exists to provide homeschool families with a God-honoring, comprehensive program that consists of academic accountability, tools and resources, extracurricular activities, and parental support and education to help families achieve success in their homeschool journey.
Academy Days is a parent-led co-op offering small classes for preschool through high school homeschoolers in subjects that are difficult to teach at home or best taught in group settings.
Our mission is to provide support for parents that are committed to educating, nurturing, and guiding in the development of their children’s mental, emotional, social, spiritual and physical growth. We believe home schooling strengthens the basic link of society-the family unit.
“The vision of Evangel Christian School is to aid parents in the homeschooling of their children in order to know the preeminence of Christ, by encouraging their pursuit of Scriptural knowledge, Biblical understanding, and academic inquiry, through the development of analytical and communication skills.”
Saint Peter’s Academy (Church School) – St. Peter’s Academy operates as a ministry of the Church and serves Catholic families in the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama, USA. This is an association of families who work together to provide formation and education of their children in a home centered environment.
North Alabama Christian School Requirements / Enrollment Area: Membership is open to faithful members of the churches of Christ in North Alabama only. Preacher/Elder recommendation required. Services: Faculty meetings, field trips, diplomas, transcripts, dual enrollment, lending library, coop.
We require that our families use an accredited curriculum, especially for high school, that fulfills the requirement for graduation in our State. We require 170 days of attendance, but that spans the whole 12 month year. We don’t mind if a family hires a tutor, but we do not allow students 14 and under to be at home alone without a parent or teacher. Proof of guardianship is required.