Frequently Asked Questions
Our private school is a full time school, where students attend four days a week and receive a full education. Our private school is located in South Huntsville at 11515 South Memorial Parkway.
Our cover school provides administrative services to homeschooled students. This includes transcripts, academic planning, attendance reports, and general support. Our cover school services are offered at both locations in South Huntsville and in Madison.
Our co-op is a parent-ran and school supported group that organizes field trips, clubs, events, play dates, etc. Our co-op services are offered at both locations in South Huntsville and in Madison.
Our homeschool classes differ by location. For our Huntsville location, students can enroll in one or more of our private school classes. For our Madison location, students can enroll in one or more of our homeschool-only classes. The class schedule and days and times differ by location as well.
Our homeschool tutoring services differ by location. For our Huntsville location, we offer a study hall option during the school day where students can come in and complete work in a school environment. We also offer discounted tutoring rates in the afternoon and on weekends. For our Madison location, we offer special homeschool tutoring hours from 1pm to 3pm Monday through Friday.
Yes, each homeschool service (cover school, co-op, classes, tutoring) is completely independent of each other. Families can sign up for one or more of our homeschool services.
Our classes use our own curriculum and lesson plans, and students attend together as a class and move along as a class. Tutoring is an individualized service where students can use our own curriculum or can bring their own curriculum from home. Classes provide a set schedule with homework, quizzes, and tests and a teacher giving lectures and working out problems where students can ask questions. Students sign up for tutoring for many reasons, like homework help, working through their own textbook or workbook, studying for tests, using our own curriculum and diagnostics to identify gaps and help improve mastery, as a supplement to the schooling they are doing at home, to provide motivation, to increase confidence, to provide a productive work environment, and more. Tutoring is not meant to replace a class. If students need to learn all of the material, then a class is what is needed.