Home School Hybrid Partnership

Why Choose Cumberland's Home School Hybrid Program?

  • Christ-centered

  • Courses offered "a la carte"

  • Traditional classroom setting

  • NCAA recognized

  • "Accredited with Quality" by The Georgia Accrediting Commission, AdvancEd

  • Internationally accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International

  • College counseling and support for seniors

  • GAPPS sports

  • Fine Arts

  • Class trips, including international mission trip

  • Weekly chapel services

  • Online classes available through Edgenuity Ignitia

Jan Cooper

Home School Coordinator

j.cooper@cumberlandschool.org

Courses Offered

Core

  • English 9 Literature & Composition

  • World Literature

  • American Literature

  • Pre-Algebra

  • Algebra 1

  • Algebra 2

  • Geometry

  • Advanced Math

  • Statistics

  • Conceptual Physics

  • Environmental Science

  • Biology

  • Chemistry

  • Physics

  • Anatomy

  • Geography

  • US History

  • World History

  • Government

  • Economics

Electives

  • Worship Band

  • 3D Art

  • Graphic Design

  • Computer Science

  • Weight Training

 

Foreign Language

  • Spanish 1

  • Spanish 2 

Bible Classes

  • Old Testament

  • New Testament

  • Theology

  • Apologetics

  • World Religions

  • History of the Church

  • Christian Relationships

  • Biblical Life Prep

Traditional Classroom Pricing / Information*

  • Application fee: $125 per class

  • Matriculation: First class - $900; second class - $900; third class - $800; fourth class - $700

  • Retreat: 8th-12th Grade Fall Retreat (as space is available) - $299

  • Fine Arts Electives*: $299/class/year

  • SAT Prep: $299/semester 

  • Trips/Missions: (as space is available) Prices vary per trip.

  • Evaluation Fee: $299 This is a one time fee for those who wish to have home school credit evaluated for use on Cumberland transcripts ($100 for students who enter full time by their junior year)

​A Cumberland diploma will only be issued when a minimum of 10 year-long classes (one full credit each) or 18 semester-long classes (½ credit each) have been completed at Cumberland. These courses must include two Cumberland math courses, junior and senior level English, one Cumberland upper level Science, senior Bible, and World History. In all cases state diploma requirements must be met. Home school students desiring a Cumberland diploma must take a minimum of 4 classes their senior year and participate in the spiritual life of the school.