Administrator's Name: Laura or Mark Serrano
Website URL: Harvest Homeschool
Location (mailing address): 520 Golden Springs Rd., Anniston, AL 36207
Office hours (for phone contact): Mon - Thurs, 9am-3pm
Sponsoring church: Harvest Church Of God
Enrollment area: Statewide
Statement of Faith: not required
HSLDA: not required but recommended
General description (or Mission Statement): It is our hope that any family covered by Harvest Homeschool would believe or come to believe our basic tenets of Christianity listed in our manual. In addition to those basic tenets, Harvest Homeschool believes that homeschooling is a calling from God to bring up our children in a way pleasing to God.
Requirements: Yearly attendance record.
Fees: $55 per year per family. After Sept.30th $65. You can now enroll online at Harvest Homeschool. You have the option of paying by paypal or send in a check made to Harvest Homeschool.
Services: Diplomas. Graduation fees of $40 for seniors and all high school students must provide grades and credits at the end of each semester.
Additional Info: We ask that the parent have a High School diploma or GED in order to homeschool. We also ask for a report card at the end of the year for each student.
Information here last verified on 08/07/13.
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