Outlook Academy!

Welcome to Outlook Academy

Outlook Academy is an Alabama church school as defined in Alabama legal code 16-28-1. By enrolling their children, homeschooling parents comply with the compulsory school attendance law for children ages 6 - 17. Outlook Academy is based in Millbrook, Alabama, but accepts members statewide.

Outlook Academy is a hands-off church school. Because we believe that parents are best suited to direct the education of their children, Outlook Academy asks only for what the law requires yet offers support for your personal choices. We respect your privacy as well as your right to homeschool your children unencumbered by restrictions.

Although we accept new enrollments year-round, fees are less expensive during the summer months through August 1. Click on Enrollment & Forms for forms and instructions.

Please read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) before contacting the administrators with your questions. This will help limit interruptions to their homeschooling schedule. Thank you for your understanding!

Four Homeschool Proms Slated for Spring PDF Print E-mail

Four homeschool proms are scheduled for March through May. Outlook Academy students may attend any or all four proms, but purchase your tickets now before they sell out.

Desoto Caverns Hosts Homeschool Day March 1 PDF Print E-mail

Homeschool Day at Desoto Caverns will be Tuesday, March 1, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On this day, homeschool families or groups with homeschool credentials (ex: a letter from cover school or the HSLDA card) can purchase the School Fun Pac at the school group rate of $14.50 per person plus tax.

Troy University Hosts Homeschool Day PDF Print E-mail

You are invited to attend Troy University for Homeschool Day 2016 on Friday, February 26. This is for all homeschool students who are in grades 9-12. This is your chance to meet other homeschool students and find out how Troy University can be the place you call home while you further your education!

New Alabama Graduation Requirements Still Not Mandatory for Homeschoolers PDF Print E-mail

The Alabama Board of Education changed the graduation requirements for high schoolers who started as 9th graders in 2013-14 or after. However, these requirements are for public school students, not homeschoolers. According to Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), homeschooling parents may choose any courses for their high school students, and they will not be limited in college admission, financial aid or military acceptance.

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