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Hybrid Homeschool
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2024-2025 Hybrid Homeschool Program

 

3rd -10th Grade Students

Hybrid Homeschool is an option Chapel Hill Christian Academy offers to families who have chosen to educate their children through homeschool.  Our Hybrid Homeschool was created out of parents’ desires to both homeschool and send their children to a physical school. This is an educational model where children split their time between homeschool and our school. Participating children will be registered with the state as homeschoolers.

 

We understand each child is uniquely designed by God and has distinct gifts, talents, and abilities. As we become caringly involved with each student and their family, we will be able to meet needs, encourage and bring out the most in every child. Chapel Hill Christian Academy provides a strong academic program in a caring, Christian environment.

Courses

We are excited to offer 2 full days of learning for your 3rd-10th grade child, plus drop-in courses for our oldest Level 4 students. Hybrid Homeschool is an option parents can choose for their child to join CHCA for the entire day, including Chapel, their courses, an elective, and lunch.

 

Hybrid Homeschool students are grouped based on grade level and academic achievement. Each class will have an average of 15 students.  Hybrid Homeschool courses will take place on our Hilldale Baptist campus every Tuesday and Thursday with assignments to complete throughout the rest of the week at home.

Level 1: 3rd and 4th Graders

Level 2: 5th and 6th Graders

Level 3: 7th and 8th Graders

Level 4: 9th and 10th Graders

Schedule

Our homeschool students will start off their day in Chapel! Chapel at our school is a time to come together to praise and worship our Father, for all students to have the opportunity to pray with one another, and to learn who Jesus is, centering our day around Him. 

After Chapel students will begin their scheduled classes and elective class with a midday lunch break and recess for our Level 1 and Level 2 classes. 

As we finish our day together, CHCA is intentional about ending in a time of reflection and gratitude. Our goal is to cultivate thankfulness in our students by keeping a “Gratitude Journal.” Inside the pages, they will regularly record the things for which they’re grateful. This time of gratitude helps reach the heart of our students and inspire them to be the woman or man of God they are made to be, while strengthening their awareness of God’s presence in their lives and the power of prayer.

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