New Hope Academy is an Alabama church (cover) school for homeschoolers. New Hope Academy, based in Prattville, provides statewide coverage for those wishing to home educate.

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

    New Hope Academy

    Contact info:
    Telephone: 334-361-9505
    E-mail: kathy@thelearningplacealabama.com
    Administrator's Name: Tina Halbert
    Website URL: New Hope Academy
    Location (mailing address): 698 Silver Hills Dr., Prattville, AL. 36066
    Office hours (for phone contact): 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Thursday

    Sponsoring church: St. Francis Ministries

    Enrollment area: Statewide

    Statement of Faith: not required

    HSLDA: not required

    General description (or Mission Statement): New Hope Academy is a hands-off cover school that provides legal homeschool coverage for members of all faiths. We are here to offer advice and assistance when needed. We have vast experience with ADHD, autism, gifted, learning disabilities, and all types of special needs.

    Requirements: Grades are only required to be sent annually for high schoolers (grades 9-12) in order to provide transcripts.

    Fees: $20 per year per child; family cap of $80

    Services: Transcripts ($10), Diploma ($30), graduation ceremony, dual enrollment, consultation

    Additional Info:

    Information here last verified on 04/01/14.




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    LeapingFromTheBox.com 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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