Schools that Offer Homeschool Classes


Participating in an Accredited Program

What are the advantages:

It will simplify the admissions process to a Georgia State School

It will simplify your record keeping

What are the disadvantages:

You will lose control of the curriculum your students use

You will lose control of your school schedule

You will lose control of directing your child's education

The pioneers of the modern home school movement have fought and won many hard battles to win the freedoms we have today to control the education of our children. Why do we so easily give it up for a convenience? For every family that signs on to an accredited program, homeschooling moves one step closer to making accredited programs a requirement for us all.

The following web sites do not include accredited programs. If you feel you need an accredited program go to the Georgia Accrediting Commission web page.

The Georgia Home Education Association does not endorse any of the following classes. This is for your information only. Please send additions to be considered to
info@ghea.org.


  

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 The Georgia Home Education Association's mission is to support and encourage home based, parent directed, privately funded, Christ centered education, therefore, we do not encourage enrollment in accrediated home education programs or government/public school at home.

The Association will serve and assist any home schooling family or support group in Georgia, however, GHEA is a Christian organization and the counsel and direction of the organization will be Christian.


GHEA • 258 Sandy Lake Cir. • Fayetteville, GA 30214
Telephone: (770) 461-3657 • Fax: (501) 638-5264
E-mail: info@ghea.org