Rosewood Academy and High School is an Alabama church (cover) school for homeschoolers. Rosewood Academy and High School, based in Maytown, 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

    Rosewood Academy and High School

    Contact info:
    Telephone: Office 205-586-4831
    E-mail: rosewood.bidwell@gmail.com
    Administrator's Name: Vesta Bidwell
    Website URL: Rosewood Academy
    Location (mailing address): 1301 Rosewood Drive, Maytown, AL 35118
    Office hours (for phone contact):

    Sponsoring church: Maytown Universal Faith Church

    Enrollment area: Statewide

    Statement of Faith: Not Required

    HSLDA: Not Required

    General description (or Mission Statement): Most of the families enrolled in Rosewood are veteran home educators. They have assumed full responsibility for their child(ren)'s learning and need little or no assistance. They enjoy their autonomy and appreciate not having to attend required monthly meetings, send in quarterly reports or have their method or learning approved. Rosewood covers curriculum users and unschoolers alike.

    Requirements:

    Fees: $65 per year/per family

    Services: Diplomas, Transcripts

    Additional Info:

    Information here last verified on 08/11/13.




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    The Code of Alabama 1975



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