FAQ's


 

  • Do I have to have a cover school? No. AL does not require a cover school or church school in order to educate at home (as of 2014). In fact,  becoming your own private homeschool is easier and requires less reporting..
  • Will I have less coverage with Honor School than I get from an expensive cover school? No. AL has only one level of homeschool coverage. Honor School meets all legal requirements for a church school and cover school, and gives you the exact same amount of legal coverage as any other.
  • Is Honor School religious or secular? We are a neutral cover school that does not endorse or exclude any particular religion or lack of religion.
  • Is Honor School a 'church-school'? Yes. The only way to established a cover school is with a church sponsor. 
  • What church is Honor School under? Honor Assembly
  • When can I enroll? Anytime. We accept new members throughout the year.
  • What happens after I enroll? You will receive a welcome letter and a church school enrollment form (CSEF) via email.
  • What are my legal requirements after enrolling? Submit CSEF to local school system, keep attendance, report absences.
  • How do I keep attendance? Whether it is a detailed spreadsheet or check-marks on a calendar, it is your choice.
  • Do I turn in attendance? No. We do not collect or keep records of attendance, nor does the state, unless you have absences.
  • Absences? AL requires families who use a cover school to report absences, and the cover must report those to the state. If your child is ever absent from homeschool, please find them first, then report the absence to us.
  • How many days per year are required? None. Honor School does not regulate your number of homeschool days, nor does the state.
  • Do I to turn in grades? No. The decision to grade and/or keep records is made by each individual family.

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