Victory Christian School
Telephone: Office 205-553-4877. ext. #8, Home 205-752-1105
Administrator's Name: Debbie Safford
Website URL: Victory Christian School
Location (mailing address): P.O. Box 70814, Tuscaloosa, AL 35407
Office hours (for phone contact): Hrs: Mondays 1 - 4 or Appt.
Sponsoring church: a ministry of Tuscaloosa First Assembly
Enrollment area: We cover homeschoolers in Tuscaloosa and the surrounding areas of West Central Alabama.
Statement of Faith: We do not require a statement of Faith, but we are a Christian school so we require some kind of Bible class or devotions be taught.
HSLDA: We do not require HSLDA because we are an established school of approx. 210 families.
General description (or Mission Statement): Faith, Family, Fun!
Requirements: We do not require a particular curriculum. I do require 2 parent/teacher meetings each year, at the end of each semester.
Fees: For 2012 - 2013 school year the enrollment fee is $150 per family.
Services: We do have topic classes and Science Labs. We do issue diplomas, transcripts, and interface with public schools when needed. We offer the dual credit program through Shelton State Comm. College.
Information here last verified on 08/19/13.
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