Evergreen Christian Academy
Telephone: Office 251-661-6343
E-mail: Jessica Horn
Administrator's Name: Jessica Horn
Website URL: Evergreen Christian Academy
Location (mailing address): 9451 Cottagehill Road, Mobile, AL 36695
Office hours (for phone contact): 9am - 5pm
Sponsoring church: Crosspoint Church
Enrollment area: Statewide, however most members are Mobile or Baldwin county so they may benefit from our frequent field trips, parties and other events.
Statement of Faith: Not required, however our school is a Christian school.
HSLDA: Recommended, but not required.
General description (or Mission Statement): Evergreen Christian Academy is a home-school covering of like - minded families working together to encourage our children to become what God intended them to be.
Requirements: 180 days attendance - due in June each year. No other requirements.
Fees: Fees for New Families are as follows:
May 1-31 $125
June 1-30 $150
July 1-31 $150
New Families must register in person at the Crosspoint Church office. Contact the administrator to set up an appointment.
Services: Currently our services include record keeping through homeschoolreporting.com, field trips, co-op classes, newsletter, yearbook, mom's night out, a monthly family gathering, mentors, and high school graduation.
Information here last verified on 06/27/2013.
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