Should the Next Stop be College?

When I was growing up, my plans after high school were already in place. I knew, without question, my next step was going to college. The decision was not forced on me, but was something

HLA Hits the Road for Convention Season

It is about that time of year again when HomeLife Academy (HLA) hits the road. Where are we going you ask? Well, we are going a lot of places. Why are we going to those

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uTeach Program Policy

Please refer to the following information regarding the uTeach option of Archway. Please remember that you must be an ACTIVE HomeLife Academy family in good standing to remain enrolled in Archway classes. One (1)

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Partnership Spotlight: Alpha Omega Publications (AOP)

We sat down with Phyllis Lerro, a HomeLife Academy (HLA) admissions and high school counselor who has previously homeschooled and graduated three students, and asked her about some of the curricula she recommends to families.

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Teenagers: Don’t Leave Home Without Them!

One of the perks of being a parent of a teenager is being able to leave them “home alone”. They know not to answer the door to strangers, not to invite their friends over for

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Keeping Them Close to Home

If you graduated from a college or university and are faithful to your alma mater, you probably already know where your child will continue life after high school. More than likely, that school is miles