WHAT’S AVAILABLE TO YOU?

CARE Scholarships

CARE Scholarships are available to first-time homeschooling families who are new to HomeLife Academy. The CARE Scholarship is designed to financially assist families and students in need in situations where homeschooling is the best and only viable option for their student. This may be due to natural disaster, health issues, acts of violence, bullying, harassment, and/or mental health conditions, such as depression, fear, and anxiety.

Families have the opportunity to request this scholarship through the registration application for HomeLife Academy. When you checkout, choose “Other Payment Options” and the scholarship application will be available. Begin your HLA enrollment here!

 

HLA Family Scholarships

HLA Family Scholarships (needs-based) are available to returning families who have been with HomeLife Academy for at least one school year. The Needs-Based Scholarship is designed to assist families and students in need due to financial crisis.

HomeLife families have the opportunity to request this scholarship through the registration application process at www.homelifeacademy.com. When you checkout, choose “Other Payment Options” and the scholarship application will be available.



HLA Missionary (M) Scholarships

M Scholarships are provided to homeschooling families registered with HomeLife Academy who serve on the mission field. We recognize the financial sacrifices many missionary families make and want to alleviate some of that burden so the family can continue to homeschool. If financial assistance is needed above the amount provided on the M Scholarship, families may also apply for the HLA Family Needs-Based Scholarship. 

 

CARE Grants

CARE Grants are offered to homeschooling families regardless of umbrella affiliation for financial needs above and beyond registration assistance. Whether a family is facing need due to health issues, job loss, or natural disaster, the CARE Grant can be used to reduce financial barriers to continue homeschooling by helping to pay for curriculum, school supplies, laptops, or meet immediate needs. Begin your application here. After your application has been reviewed, you will receive a phone call to further discuss your circumstances and options for help.

 

Curriculum Assistance

Curriculum is an essential piece of homeschooling and it is HCF’s desire for each homeschooling family to have the tools and resources they need. Our curriculum assistance team is here to connect families with free, discounted, or low-cost resources. If a family has experienced curriculum loss due to natural disasters or hardship, we work to help them recover curriculum for limited schooling disruption. Submit form here



Mason Lerro Memorial Scholarship

The Mason Lerro Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually for homeschooling families who are caring for a special needs child with preference given to families in the military. If this description fits your family, please apply. This scholarship is in memory of Miracle Mason whose parents serve in the military and whose story you can read here. Donate to Mason’s Fund here.

 


HLA Legacy Scholarships

HLA Legacy Scholarships are given in honor and memory of special HomeLife Academy staff members who have served and/or greatly impacted the lives of homeschooling families. We currently partner with MHEA to provide the Karen Johnson-Bateman Memorial Scholarship. Donate to the KJB Fund here. 

 

Kimberly Boots

Kimberly Boots

Program Development

Kimberly is the Treasurer and Director of Program Development of the Homeschool CARE Foundation and has served on the board since February 2019. Kimberly has a passion to see family units become strong and successful because she believes they are the building blocks of society with an exponential impact on the future.

Rachel Adams

Rachel Adams

Fundraising & Events

Rachel has been with HomeLife for over 5 years and is passionate about homeschooling and meeting the needs of students and parents. Having made the jump from public school to homeschooling her children, she understands the importance of community and support for new homeschoolers. Her hope is to be part of that support and to help provide new opportunities for homeschoolers through HCF.

 

 

Jay Griffith

Jay Griffith

Marketing & Communications

A lifelong homeschooler and artist himself, Jay is passionate about giving homeschoolers the opportunities they need to follow their passions through childhood and achieve their goals as adults. He has worked as the Marketing Team Lead at HomeLife Academy and Homeschool CARE Foundation for the past two years.

 

JOSEPH WUNROW

JOSEPH WUNROW

Marketing & Communications

Though only recently introduced to the Homeschool Care Foundation, Joseph was on board with its mission from the beginning. He was homeschooled all through grade school and high school, and knows firsthand the benefits of homeschooling. He is hopeful that more people will be able to experience the joy and freedom of homeschooling through the outreach and help of the Homeschool C.A.R.E. Foundation.

 

Bry Ruesche

Bry Ruesche

Communications

Bryanna is passionate about empowering and connecting with the next generation and is honored to be part of serving families through HCF. She holds her Bachelors in both Theatre and Psychology and a Masters in Social Work.

 

Homeschool C.A.R.E. Foundation (HCF) was founded by HomeLife Academy (HLA) in 2018 and serves as its charitable arm. HCF is a Tennessee nonprofit corporation and a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Both organizations work closely together to support, guide and encourage homeschooling students and families around the world.