Cottage Hill Christian School is an Alabama church (cover) school for homeschoolers. Cottage Hill Christian School, based in Mobile, provides local coverage for those in the Mobile and neighboring Alabama Counties, as well as nearby Mississippi counties, wishing to home educate.

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The secret of education lies in respecting the pupil.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Cottage Hill Christian School

    Contact info: Bonita Harris or Terina Mounce
    Telephone: 251-634-2513
    E-mail: or
    Administrator's Name: Bonita L Harris
    Website URL: Cottage Hill Christian School or Cottage Hill Christian School
    Location (mailing address): 7355 Creekwood Drive, Mobile, AL 36695 >Office hours (for phone contact): Monday – Friday 8:00-3:00

    Sponsoring church: Cottage Hill Baptist Church

    Enrollment area:

    • Local coverage - neighboring Alabama counties and nearby Mississippi counties
    • We have on occasion enrolled students from a distant Alabama county. In such a situation each enrollment case is evaluated individually.
    • For all enrolled students: verification of the schooling is required with documentation.

    Statement of Faith: Required - Basic fundamental evangelical

    HSLDA: Required

    General description (or Mission Statement): Empowering Parents to Raise Godly Leaders


    • Curriculum Choice: Parents are free to choose their own curriculum to meet the needs of the individual student/family.
    • Number of school days – strongly suggested 175 days
    • Schooling hours: not regulated, but most families follow the hours of the traditional school setting
    • single parents/working parents welcome
    • family members other than parents being the main teacher/caretaker - welcome
    • Church attendance / Religion requirement – Church attendance and a specific religion are not required, but the family must be able to agree to, and support, our Statement of Faith.
    • Progress reports, grades, testing, required meetings with parents – Check-ins are required with the families and the school team leaders on specified days throughout the year.

    Fees: Enrollment fee and Tuition fees are available at the Cottage Hill Christian School website.


    1. Parent support group meetings on Monday (S.A.L.T. – Sharing Asking Learning Teaching)
    2. Online assessments in reading and math
    3. benchmark assessment upon enrollment
    4. Formal high school graduation
    5. Age-appropriate activities
    6. Co-op classes for all local homeschool students
    7. Dual enrollment
    8. Transcripts
    9. and more...

    Additional Info: Our family list is divided into smaller groupings with an assigned team leader who serves to support the family throughout the school year. Our office staff is readily available for additional support.

    Information here last verified on 11/04/2015.

    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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