Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

A part-time homeschool classroom is where homeschooled students come together for classes or activities outside their home environment. It allows homeschooling families to supplement their education with specialized instruction, social interactions, and collaborative learning experiences.

Homeschooling offers several advantages, such as personalized learning, flexibility in scheduling, a tailored curriculum to suit your child’s learning style, and the ability to focus on individual interests and strengths.

The H.O.M.E Classes administration determines the course content and the materials used for the classes. Our courses not only meet but exceed state standards as well.

Instructors and tutors of H.O.M.E. Classes are not necessarily certified in their teaching subject. Still, they are qualified by their love for the subject and a passion to help students succeed through their school years and to be prepared for college or wherever God guides them.

Keeping records of your child’s progress is done using our proprietary online system. Parents of younger children can access all grades, assignments and communicate with our teachers and administration. Our young adults are taught how to use the system, be responsible for assignments, and monitor their grades.

You can effectively address any curriculum differences between homeschooling and part-time classroom education by evaluating educational goals, collaborating with teachers, customizing your homeschooling curriculum, integrating learning experiences, and maintaining flexibility.

Flexibility: The hybrid homeschooling model allows for greater flexibility in learning schedules. Students can engage in self-paced learning at home while still participating in traditional classroom settings part-time. This flexibility can cater to individual learning styles and preferences.

Reduced Class Sizes: H.O.M.E. Classes student-teacher ratio is between 12 & 16 to 1. Therefore we offer a smaller learning environment and more personalized education. Smaller class sizes can lead to increased student engagement and participation and more opportunities for one-on-one interactions with teachers.

Enhanced Socialization: While homeschooling can sometimes limit social interactions, our model provides students valuable face-to-face socialization opportunities. Interacting with peers and teachers can help develop social skills and create a sense of community.