The Alabama Homeschool Directory provides a listing of many Alabama Church Schools for homeschoolers which we’ll go into below. After you’ve gone over our Questionnaire. You have an idea of what you are looking for in a church school, but you still need to find one. However, not every church school is listed on the … Read more
Harvest Christian School exists to stand with parents as they explore, enjoy, and excel in their God-given role to educate their children. HCS provides the Avenue for parents to network, fellowship, and encourage one another.
Oak Leaf Academy is a state wide cover that provides counseling, consultations, transcripts, diplomas, and online co-op classes. We do not require a pastor letter and membership in HSLDA is not required, though it is strongly recommended.
First Baptist Church of Decatur (FBC) exists to reach, teach, and change lives through God’s power and presence. Home schooling does provide greater opportunity in fulfilling this mission as parents carry out God’s direction.
FCCS is open to all homeschooling households that are committed to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and are in agreement with our doctrinal statement as well as our policies, procedures, and standards.
Based on the exhortation of Deuteronomy 6:6-9, SMIC Academy is a church-based, family-centered, discipleship ministry that assists homeschool parents in fulfilling their calling to home educate their children according to the Christ-centered, Biblical worldview.
Shelby Crossings Christian School exists as a legal covering for families who have made a home-based education choice. We take seriously the commitment to teach our children at home as more than just an academic endeavor, but as an opportunity to enrich our entire family life, with the Bible as our foundation.
Cahaba Academy operates as a ministry of First Baptist Church Trussville and exists to support, strengthen, and connect homeschool families for God’s glory.
We are a church school ministry of Faith Baptist Church and Lighthouse Baptist Church, Stevenson, Alabama.
Asbury Academy is based out of Birmingham, Alabama. We are an inclusive homeschool cover and welcome members from across the state. We were founded in 1995 as East Lake United Methodist Academy and changed our name to Asbury Academy in 2002.
The mission of New Hope Academy Cover School is to support homeschooling families in Alabama by making the process of homeschooling uncomplicated, rewarding and cost effective. We offer support from the very first day, yet allow parents to make the decisions regarding their child’s education throughout the homeschool journey.