Central Alabama Homeschool CooperativeAutauga/Montgomery/Elmore/Chilton County Area
CAHC is a Christian academic cooperative for compulsory age children that meets once a week for 15 weeks in both the fall and spring semesters. CAHC also offers a nursery and Pre-K class. Meetings are on Thursdays from 9:00am to 2:35pm. Offering four 55 minutes classes as well as one 30 minute grade level math lab. www.facebook.com/centralalabamahomeschoolcooperative or 334-398-2008
Hope Chapel HomeschoolMarshall, DeKalb, Etowah
Hope Chapel serves homeschoolers and their families through the ministry of a homeschool covering as well as providing social interaction through group activities such as field trips, P.E., co op classes, fun days, pot luck lunches, and more.
Northside Academy was formed as a ministry of Northside Bible Church, to enable parents to take responsibility for their children's academic, emotional and moral growth through teaching at home. We believe in the family and in its ability as an institution to instruct children in the most positive and loving environment possible. Northside Academy and co-op is designed to offer support through record keeping, information, meetings, field trips and other events. We offer: Testing, Field Trips, Graduation, Diplomas, Transcripts, Co-op Classes for K-12th grade, Family Events, Special Speakers, Arts Fair, Science Fair, Theater Department & Productions. Let us minister to your family and help you in your homeschooling adventure!
Bright Horizons AcademyAlabaster
Bright Horizons Academy is a homeschool cover school based in Central Alabama, Shelby County, but serving statewide. No Statement of Faith Required, Low Enrollment fees, Freedom of Curriculum Choice, and Limited Requirements. Coordinates field trips and group outings, along with support of all homeschool methods and curriculum help and suggestions.
War Eagle BESTAuburn
BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) is a non-profit volunteer based program organization whose mission is to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering, science and technology through participation in sports like, science and engineering-based robotics competition. Auburn University.
Camp Fletcher offers outdoor educational experiences for students in public, private and homeschools. Using the outdoor education curriculum created specifically for Camp Fletcher, students are encouraged to become ecologically literate, responsible citizens, in an experiential learning environment. The program utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to promote the appreciation of natural surroundings and the values of working together. Students learn the concepts of sustainability and inter-dependency outside of the classroom walls.
Birmingham Zoo Home School AcademyBirmingham
The Birmingham Zoo Education Department has home school science classes for children in 1st-12th grade. Classes consist of animal visits, class discussions, in-class work, activities, labs, and homework. Resources and references will be made available for the different classes. Pre-registration is required.
Boosting Engineering Science and Technology program at University of Alabama Birmingham. BEST is a non-profit volunteer based program organization whose mission is to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering, science and technology through participation in sports like, science and engineering-based robotics competition. Blazer best is a local hub based on the campus of UAB. Whether a student, educator, parents or mentor, we hope you find this site useful.
Sarah M. van Os, TutorBirmingham, Mt. Brook
Ms. van Os is a recently retired teacher who holds a Master's in Education and in Administration. Experinced as a Reading Coach, Reading and Math Intervention teacher and classroom teacher. Recently completed training from the Institute of Multisensory Education to be more efficient in teaching dyslexic students. Available to tutor reading or math.
Hope Christian SchoolBirmingham/Pelham Area
Benefits of Enrolling with Hope:The maintenance and processing of Academic Records, A Review Library of Curriculum, Approved Curriculum Provider List, Annual Convention with Vendor Hall & Book Sale, Workshops/ training seminars (i.e. High School & Scholarship), Annual standardized testing offered: PLAN, PSAT,EXPLORE (grades 7-9), ASVAB, Graduation Ceremonies/Diplomas, The provision of transcripts for scholarships and college application.
DaySpring AcademyCentral Alabama
DaySpring Academy is a cover school. Non faith based and offering low enrollment fees. Freedom to choose your curriculum.
North Alabama BESTHanceville
BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) is a non-profit volunteer based program organization whose mission is to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering, science and technology through participation in sports like, science and engineering-based robotics competition. Wallace State Community College.
Catapult Engineering Academy provides parents, teachers and administrators with tools to offer high quality, college-preparatory and college-level engineering courses to individual students and groups of students from high school freshmen to undergraduate engineering students.
HPMSC offers science and math classes especially for our home-school community. Certified and qualified educators will provide many science and math experiences throughout the year.
SIFAT offers interactive field trips or CARES Programs to public, private, Christian and home school students, as well as youth groups and scout troops. Our curriculum provides students of all ages an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities with an international perspective. Where else can students (and chaperones) sample cultures from Asia, Africa and Latin America? Make bricks from clay and straw? Explore sources of alternative energy--and much more? CARES field trips are cross-culturally oriented, take place within SIFAT's Global Village and are available throughout the year.
Jubilee BEST Mobile
BEST (Boosting Engineering Science and Technology) is a non-profit volunteer based program organization whose mission is to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering, science and technology through participation in sports like, science and engineering-based robotics competition.
Good Food DayMontgomery
Good Food Day is an educational, hands-on field trip designed for students to experience the entire seed to plate process at EAT South's Downtown or Hampstead Farms. All Good Food Day activities are based in Alabama state content standards for grades K-12. For more information, contact EAT South's Good Food Day Coordinator, Amanda Edwards by e-mailing email@example.com or calling 334-422-9331.
Alabama Classical ConversationsStatewide
CC is a national homeschooling program that uses a Bible based curriculum taught in a christian, classical tradition. Classes are geared for age 4 through high school.
Plus Plus TutoringStatewide
Plus Plus Tutoring offers private personal K-12 one-on-one in-home tutoring services. Plus Plus Tutoring offers subject tutoring, exam and test preparation, homework help, organization skills, study skills and college planning services.
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