BroadChurch Academy is an Alabama church (cover) school (non-denominational) for homeschoolers. BroadChurch Academy, based in Helena, provides statewide coverage for those wishing to home educate.

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~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

    BroadChurch Academy

    Contact info:
    Telephone: 205-213-5027
    Administrator's Name: Deborah Nichols
    Website URL: BroadChurch Academy
    Location (mailing address): 3036 Bowron Road, Helena, AL 35080
    Office hours (for phone contact):

    Sponsoring church: BroadChurch Academy is an educational instrument under the auspices of BroadChurch Family Ministry.

    Enrollment area: Statewide

    Statement of Faith: Not Required

    HSLDA: Not Required (although recommended)

    General description (or Mission Statement): BroadChurch Academy is a non-denominational church cover school providing off-site instruction for grades K-12 to Alabama families pursuant to Code of Alabama 16-28-1.

    BroadChurch Academy is a hands-off cover school. We believe that the parent is best suited to determine the path and means of their child's education and strives to provide the simplest and most cost effective way possible to aid you in beginning or continuing your educational journey. Therefore, we do not require a Statement of Faith; membership in a homeschool legal defense organization(though recommended); or curriculum approval.


    • The student must reside with a legal guardian/parent in the state of Alabama.
    • Yearly attendance records must kept by the teacher(parent/guardian) and submitted to the school's administrator at the end of the school year as required by Code of Alabama 16-28-8.
    • The parent/guardian must have internet access with an email address so that communications from the school may be sent electronically. This saves the school money in postage/office supplies and keeps enrollment fees from increasing.

    Fees: $20 per student; maximum $60 per family for 3 or more students enrolled per school year. These fees are non-refundable.


    • Statewide coverage
    • New Family Enrollment available throughout the year
    • Affordable annual enrollment fee / NO monthly tuition
    • Records Management
    • Teacher/Student ID's (upon request)
    • Dual Enrollment support
    • Transcripts
    • Diploma
    • Facebook Page exclusively for families enrolled with BroadChurch Academy
    • Support to assist in your homeschooling success

    Additional Info:

    Information here last verified on 07/31/2014.

    The church school listed here provided with this description. Should you have questions about this church school, please use the contact information in the above description. If you discover that the contact information is no longer valid, please e-mail at No permission is given to use this description elsewhere. Please contact the individual church school if you wish to use their description for your own personal web site or publication. does not endorse any church school. Inclusion here is solely for informational purposes. urges those searching for a church school to familiarize themselves with the laws governing church schools in Alabama (since we "homeschool" under the church school laws, rather than a homeschool law in Alabama). You can read those laws here:

    The Code of Alabama 1975

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