Hybrid Homeschool

Students in our Hybrid Homeschool program attend school from 8:15 AM to 2:30 PM, two days each week. During this time, we introduce new concepts, hold class discussions, teach through cooperative projects, reinforce learning with games and manipulatives, and build community.

Kindergarten and First Graders :

Our younger grades attend school every Wednesday and Friday throughout the school year.

Second through Fifth Graders:

Our older grades attend school every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the school year.

Teacher Check-Ins:

We don’t want you to feel alone in homeschooling, so Discovery Christian Academy created opportunities for Regular Teacher Check-ins. Unless preempted by a field trip or holiday, join us on Mondays to discover creative teaching tips and strategies and to review concepts that will be taught that week. Can’t remember how to tackle long division or the difference between a subject and a predicate? We’ve got you covered. Teacher Check-ins will also give you a chance to socialize with other parents in your child’s class as we work through topics together. While parents are meeting each week, Discovery staff will guide the students in fun and exciting group STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading/wRiting, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) projects that tie into the leveled curriculum.

Kindergarten & 1st Grade Check-In: 9:00 – 9:45 AM

2nd & 3rd Grade Check-In: 9:45 – 10:30 AM

4th & 5th Grades Check-In: 10:30 – 11:15 AM


As students in our Hybrid Homeschool program learn both at school and home, Discovery Christian Academy provides all the curriculum to create a smooth learning experience. We primarily use Purposeful Design Publications by Associated Christian Schools International. We integrate literature, teacher-created materials, manipulatives, and games. There will be worksheets and writing assignments, but our Project Based Learning model also guides student learning through a hands-on educational approach. With Hybrid Homeschool, you might opt to enrich a unit on measurement through a lesson in cooking after we have engineered a scale that will balance equally weighted objects at school.