Alabama's Homeschool Cover School

Alabama does not require a cover school to homeschool. 

Some homeschool families prefer to be under a cover

school for many different reasons.

Honor School is the only free cover in Alabama open to any family*.

We allow you to choose how to educate your children without unnecessary costs and regulations.



Honor School meets all legal requirements for homeschool coverage in AL

 

  • Same coverage as expensive cover schools
  • Accepts any family* with Alabama residence
  • 12 months of coverage
  • Never pay for services you do not want 
  • Minimal requirements for families
  • No oversight
  • Enroll any time of the year

 


 

You do not have to spend money to homeschool

Everything we offer can be done by yourself for free. 

Honor School believes every family in Alabama should have the opportunity to homeschool without unnecessary costs or obligations. 

The DIY page is a good place to start.



What we offer:

Basic covering is always free.

Honor School understands that each homeschool family is unique and has different needs.

Our free coverage is perfect for families who do not want oversight, counseling, or extra rules to follow.

We also offer optional services for the smallest of fees to those who do not have the expertise, time, or desire to use the DIY options.  


Need immediate assistance? No problem!

 

Whether you need to enroll right away, or need to get a document delivered to you quickly via email, same-day service is offered to our paid members. 




Choose FREE basic coverage or opt for an annual package with helpful benefits 

Documents available to anyone regardless of enrollment, location, affiliations, or lack of affiliations 

Advisers with decades of experience can help you work thru a variety of issues




Your Only Obligations Will Be:

  • Submit Church School Enrollment Form (provided by Honor School)
  • Keep attendance, but do not turn it in (see FAQ's)
  • Report absences (see FAQ's)

*Honor School does not accept families or students who have existing truancy issues