How are the high school classes different from co-op classes?
Our high school classes are professional classes. Our highly qualified instructors have created year-long syllabi. Each class is designed to be either a 1 credit or 1/2 credit class worthy of high school transcripts. Weekly Friday lectures, discussions and labs will support your study at home. Our high school teachers focus on developing Christian worldview, discovering gifts and purpose, and teaching perseverance through challenges.
Register Your Family
Registering your family equips you to be able to … connect with other homeschooling families in our group, sign up for special events, field trips, and enroll your children in classes.
2016-17 Enrollment Periods:
- Leadership: June 1-2
- Instructors: June 3-4
- Returning Families: June 5-6
- New Families: June 7-8
- Early Enrollment Ends: June 10
- Open Enrollment: August 14-21
** Meet the Teacher Night ~ Tuesday, August 23rd @ 7pm **
HOME High School Student Code of Conduct
High School Students and Parents –
Click here to print and review the Student Code of Conduct together as a family. It is a community covenant between students, families, instructors and leadership. Please print the Code of Conduct, secure parent and student signatures, and turn in to your first Block instructor on the first day of classes – September 9th.
HOME High School Parent Volunteers
The HOME High School Program is unique in that it is a ministry of a Faith Lutheran Church, there are no membership or administration fees, the classes are affordable, and we strive to build community among our students. The high school program developed from a co-op and changed to a professionally taught and parent supported program in 2013. Other than the professional instructors, the HOME HS Program is volunteer run.
Although there is not the necessity of having a parent work in the high school classrooms, high school parent volunteers are needed in the following positions: MS/HS Community Room Friday Chaperones, Community Group Parent Sponsors, Worship Team Parent Assistant, and Large Event Chaperones.
2016-17 High School Information
Class Meeting Dates
We heard your request for more electives! To make electives as accessible as possible, we have developed 16-week classes running on two different schedules; Schedule I & Schedule II. Please see the calendar for our preliminary class dates.
Block A: 7:45-9:15am
MS/HS Worship (Student Center North): 9:20-9:40am
Block B: 9:50-11:20am
MS/HS Lunch (Student Center North): 11:25am-12:25pm
Block C: 12:30-2pm
Block D: 2:15-3:45pm
To see the syllabus for each class, please log onto FRED. Then click on Enrollment and Enroll My Family. Click on the name of the class for the description, student needs, syllabus and more.