Private Homeschool Preparatory School
Math, language arts, science, history, art, music, world languages, and other electives for homeschool students.
Featuring over 160 courses — from preschool to advanced high school — there’s something for every student.
Topics covered include physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, social and nutritional health.
Teacher uses hands-on projects to teach students engineering, programming and electronics.
The course focuses on the other basic principles of matter, their properties, and reactions.
Done Your Way
We understand the challenges and rewards of homeschooling. That’s why HCHC’s Leadership Academy blends online and offline courses to enhance and supplement what’s taught at home. We stand with your desire to bring a social balance and high-level of excellence to your child’s education.
Real World Learning
WEDNESDAYS ON THE FARM | ORGANIC FARMING 101
Students work on an organic farm. Real life learning occurs through planting, harvesting and studying animal and earth science.
Learning thru Play
Tinkergarten provides high-quality early childhood learning in the healthiest classroom of all—the outdoors.
Families are led by a certified Tinkergarten leader for play-based, nature classes that help develop core life skills in young children.
” Loved the group for socializing and classes… “
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We cut right to the chase. Here are clear and quick answers to our most frequently asked questions.
– Education ministry seeking to serve and support families homeschooling during (and beyond) the COVID-19 pandemic.
What curriculum do you use?
Full-time students receive a Christian-based curriculum online via Liberty University. Part-time students receive a non-religious, blended-education based on the Charlotte Mason method.
Are there any field trips?
We schedule several school field trips throughout the year. We balance-out the virtual school experience with a Charlotte Mason, real-world approach.
How do online courses work?
Students are expected to complete one (1) hour of schoolwork per subject on a daily basis. They’re expected to attend virtual classroom sessions as scheduled.
Is everything taught online?
No, we have in-person classes that we hold outdoors at local parks and farms.
What's the age range?
The majority of our students are ages 6 to 13 years old, but we provide instruction for K-12, including college prep courses and dual-enrollment for juniors and seniors in high school. Transcripts and college credit provided to HS graduates.
Do you do portfolio reviews?
Yes, we’re registered with the MSDE to supervise home instruction; Approved Maryland Umbrella Group, that provides virtual and annual reviews.
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