CODE OF ETHICS FOR STUDENTS AND
All students and parent-teachers of HomeLife Academy are required to uphold our Code of Ethics. HomeLife Academy’s foundation is built on trust and relationship with our families. Our staff is here to support you on your homeschooling journey. This requires honesty, commitment, and communication.
HomeLife Academy reserves the right to dismiss a family for personal and academic misconduct that takes place either inside or outside of the teaching home at our discretion. Fees will not be refunded.
If HLA is given reason to suspect educational neglect or that a student’s grades or records have been falsified, HLA reserves the right to evaluate the situation and require students to complete end-of-course exams or another testing to validate grades and credits earned. Our HLA-NEST Program may be required to continue enrollment with HLA.
Any activity which compromises the academic integrity of HomeLife Academy and undermines the educational process will not be tolerated and will be grounds for dismissal. This sort of academic misconduct includes, but is not limited to, cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, unauthorized use of resources, violation of published academic regulations, and facilitating academic dishonesty. Educational neglect or falsifying student’s grades or records will be grounds for dismissal.
Physical or verbal threats, abuse, and bullying of HLA Staff or toward HLA Families will be grounds for dismissal. This includes hateful speech, cursing, yelling, accusations, and being generally uncooperative or argumentative. HLA Staff is here to serve our families and, as such, should be treated with respect. Likewise, our families should have a safe, unified space focused on homeschooling their children and finding the support needed to do so.
A conviction for violating Tennessee, Florida, Alabama, or Colorado criminal codes or those of your residential jurisdiction will be grounds for dismissal.