Alabama Homeschooling

Get all the information, resources, tools, and ideas you need to homeschool successfully in Alabama. Start your journey by exploring these important starting points:

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Christian Resource Center
179 Eastern Blvd Montgomery, Alabama 36117 Phone: 334-374-0750 Christian Resource Center is locally owned and operated. Offers a great selection of Sunday School, Vacation Bible School and home school curriculums and related resources, including Bible study materials, Bibles and books.
Natchez Trace Parkway
The 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway commemorates an ancient trail that connected southern portions of the Mississippi River to salt licks in today’s central Tennessee. Over the centuries, the Choctaw, Chickasaw and other American Indians left their marks on the Trace. The Natchez Trace experienced its heaviest use from 1785 to 1820 by the “Kaintuck” boatmen that floated the Ohio and Miss. Rivers to markets in Natchez and New Orleans. They sold their cargo and boats and began the trek back north o...
Home-Schooled Students and Religious Exemptions - 2003-04
Compiled by the Virginia Department of Education, this Excel spreadsheet includes the number of home-schooled students and religious exemptions for the 2003-2004 school year.
Alabama School Districts Map
Clickable map listing contact information for school districts across the state.
Calvary School
PO Box 672 Madison, AL 35758 Phone: 256-922-0779 Calvary is an umbrella or cover school that provides parents a legal avenue to homeschool their children in the State of Alabama. Calvary School was established because most Alabama Churches only provide for their own members homeschooling. Calvary believes that parents should be able to educate their children and choose the curriculum that best fits their children. They accept homeschool students from all over the state of Alabama regardles...
Ruffner Mountain Nature Center
Located in Birmingham, Ruffner Mountain is a 1,011-acre nature preserve in eastern Jefferson County. Its protected forest, ridges and valleys provide a refuge for a wide variety of native plants and wildlife. Located in the center of Alabama’s largest urban area, it also offers a place for people to retreat to the serenity of the outdoors.
Kentuck Museum and Art Center
Nestled around a landscaped courtyard in downtown Northport, you'll find the Kentuck Museum of Art, the Gallery at Kentuck and the acclaimed Kentuck Studio Artists. Sometimes eclectic, occasionally experimental, the Gallery at Kentuck showcases the work of up-and-comers, while the Kentuck Museum of Art exhibits bimonthly exhibits of nationally known and established artists.
How to Start Homeschooling in GA
This site gets you information on Georgia homeschooling laws, Georgia homeschool associations, Georgia homeschool groups and co-ops, field trip opportunities, and information on Georgia standardized testing and test prep. If you wish to pursue the joys and satisfactions of homeschooling your children, this site is a good jumping off point for information and support. 
Cheaha State Park
Located atop Cheaha Mountain, the highest point in the State, 2,407 feet above sea level, this 2,799 acre mountain top retreat exhibits breathtaking scenery year-round. Seated at your evening restaurant dining table, you can enjoy a spectacular sunset as the perfect complement to an excellent meal. Then after an exhilarating day of hiking, swimming, or photographing nature's beauty, you can retire to a comfortable hotel room, mountainside chalet, cabin or a scenic campsite.
Alabama Mining Museum
The Alabama Mining Museum, designated by the State Legislature as the official State Coal Mining Museum, focuses primarily on mining from 1890 to 1940 when mining became an important industrial force in the United States. The Museum tells the technological, social, and human stories involved in Alabama's development into one of the most important coal mining regions in the United States.
McWane Center
See the wonders of our world in action, and leave with new-found perspectives. Through amazing hands-on exhibits, larger-than-life IMAX® films and quality educational programs, McWane Center in Birmingham strives to make learning an adventure for all ages. Features ScienceQuest, Just Mice Size, and World of Water exhibits.
Alabama Museum of Natural History
The Alabama Museum of Natural History, located in Smith Hall, the first building to be built on the University of Alabama campus in the twentieth century, is one of the finest excaples of Classical Revival architecture in the region. Experience the natural diversity of Alabama through exhibits from the Age of Dinosaurs, the Coal Age, and the Ice Age. View extensive collections of geology, zoology, mineralogy, paleontology, ethnology, history, and photography. Explore the Alabama Museum of Natura...
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Art
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art is home to Auburn University's permanent collection of American and European art. The museum gardens present a series of formal gardens that incorporate walking paths, water features and fountains. Each of the galleries is specially designed to complement a permanent collection, including the Audubon Collection, Works on Paper Study Room, and the "Advancing American Art Collection," 36 paintings and drawings that represent the post-World War II era. The ...
Lake Guntersville State Park
Just six miles northeast of Guntersville, off Highway 227, overlooking the majestic 66,470-acre Guntersville Reservoir, the park ranges over 5,909 acres of ridge tops and meadows. The park's resort lodge, restaurant and convention complex is located on Little Mountain, providing a magnificent view of the reservoir. The Lake is wonderful for fishing as well as swimming and other water sports activities. Recently, it has become the winter home of our national symbol, the Bald Eagle.
AL Christian Homeschool
This email group is provided for Christian homeschoolers in Alabama.
Upcoming Events
Fort Toulouse/Fort Jackson Living History Events
Wetumpka, AL
Events include monthly living history programs (the French period and the early American period), monthly meetings of the Historic Blacksmiths, French and Indian War Encampment (held annually in April and re-enacts the time period of the war between the French and the British), Alabama Frontier Days (held annually in November and depicts life on the frontier from 1717 to 1820).
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