High school graduation is a momentous occasion in the life of every homeschooler. Regardless of the destination after the date (ex: college, mission work, traveling the globe, etc.), it is a time in one’s life that should be celebrated and shared with friends and family. HomeLife Academy (HLA) rejoices with you, a graduating senior! Because
As she closes in on the completion of her studies at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center to become a Clinical Pediatric Geneticist, Catherine Gooch is one homeschooler of whom we all can be proud. She does not wear a banner of homeschooler on her sleeve. Catherine rather considers herself a “lifelong learner,” which
Tennessee Scholars We are proud to announce our 12 Tennessee Scholars for the 2014/15 school year. Recipients will receive a special TN Scholars seal on their diploma and it will also be noted on their transcripts. Emma Suzanne Perry Halee Correia Henson Justin W. Jeter Anna Elisabeth Cole Travis Devin Keeling Jordan Nicole Moskwiak Noeliz
Tennessee High School seniors are eligible for the Tennessee Promise scholarship, which offers two years of free tuition at any community college or college of applied technology in the state. There are few requirements to be eligible for this program, but the first requirement is that you MUST apply for the program by November 1.
Here is a question that comes up each year: Will the word "Home" in "HomeLife Academy" make a difference legally? Or will the word on a diploma hurt my student's chances of getting into a good college? When we first started thinking and praying for a name this was certainly on my mind. I loved the name HomeLife