Ezekiel Academy is an Alabama church (cover) school for homeschoolers. Ezekiel Academy, based in Montgomery, provides local coverage for home educators in the River Region.

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    Ezekiel Academy

    Contact info:
    Telephone: Office 334-315-0010
    E-mail: Ezekiel Academy
    Administrator's Name: Maretta Oswald
    Website URL: Ezekiel Academy
    Location (mailing address): PO Box 243034, Montgomery, AL 36124-3034 (please send all mail to the PO Box)
    Location (physical address): 8191 Seaton Place, Montgomery, AL 36117
    Office hours (for phone contact): 10:00 - 3:00 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

    Sponsoring churches: Lakeview Baptist Church, Thorington Road Baptist Church

    Enrollment area: Most of the families who enroll in Ezekiel Academy are from the Montgomery River Region although there are families throughout the state.

    Statement of Faith: The enrollment process of Ezekiel Academy includes a letter of recommendation from the family's pastor.

    HSLDA: Not required, but highly encouraged.

    General description (or Mission Statement): Ezekiel Academy is established to glorify God in all things by facilitating families in the Kingdom of God who are acting in obedience to God's call to teach their children within the framework of God's Word and their personally held Biblical-based convictions and beliefs.

    Ezekiel Academy functions as a church school as defined in the law of Alabama (Code 16-28-1:3) and serves the purposes of legal accountability as well as a system of support and encouragement for its member families.

    Requirements: published on website

    Fees: $200 per year, per family

    Services: High School Graduation Ceremony, Diploma, Transcripts, High School Workshop and Handbook, tutorial classes (LIFT), Competitive Sports ((12 and older): Volleyball, Football, Cheerleading, Basketball, Soccer, Softball, and Baseball), standardized testing, PSAT testing, dual enrollment, National Honor Society, Speech & Debate, school pictures, field trips, spelling bee, members-only yahoo group, web site.

    Additional Info: There is over 50 years of homeschooling and administrative experience between the Ezekiel Academy Administrator and Assistant Administrator.

    Information here last verified on 07/24/2013.

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    LeapingFromTheBox.com does not endorse any church school. Inclusion here is solely for informational purposes.

    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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