HLA 2017 Tennessee Scholars

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HomeLife Academy (HLA) had a record number of Tennessee Scholars this school year. There were 34 and we may have more students added to our list. The Tennessee Scholars program was started by Eastman Chemical Company in 1994 “to increase the percentage of Tennessee high school graduates prepared for post-secondary education, the workforce or the

Counting Down to the TN Promise Deadline

The days are counting down to Tuesday, November 1 (at 11:59:59 p.m. to be exact), which is the application deadline for 2017 graduating high school seniors to submit their Tennessee Promise (TNP) applications. More than 35,000 students applied for the scholarship when it was first offered in 2014 to graduating seniors. The TNP offers Tennessee

So You Want to Be a Tennessee Scholar?

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There are different types of recognition your graduating student may receive, but often fulfilling the requirements begin in the years before your child receives their diploma. Becoming a Tennessee Scholar is one of those recognitions that has academic, as well as volunteer hour, requirements. Earning both begins as early as a student’s freshman year in

Collect Box Tops and support HLA scholarships

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When a family is called to homeschool their children, that decision should not be hindered by a lack of finances. HomeLife Academy (HLA) never wants to refuse a family registration and has committed itself to assisting qualified HLA families in need. Through the HLA Box Tops for Education fundraising program, more than $22,000 has been

2015 Tennessee Scholars and Ronald Reagan Student Leaders

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

Dual Enrollment Offers Great Advantages for High Schoolers!

Homeschooling affords great opportunities for students who wish to earn college credit during their high school years. Dual enrollment allows students to immerse themselves in real college courses, getting a head start on a post-secondary education while still at home and under their parents’ guidance. Dual enrollment can also result in financial savings over the

Apply for TN Promise Today!

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.