NorthBay Christian Academy is a community school offering a fresh, new approach to education, combining the benefits of homeschooling, classroom teaching, and the support of a Christ-centered community for grades Pre-K through 8. The community school model provides parents with the opportunity to be intimately involved in their children’s education by teaching them at home two days per week and through regular service and involvement on campus. The NorthBay community consists of parents, faculty, and staff working together and supporting each other. Located in Pinellas County, Florida.
Florida Homeschool Curriculum and Co-ops
Below is an alphabetical list of organizations, schools, and co-ops offering curriculum and instruction tailored to homeschoolers in Florida. For additional curriculum providers, see our list of national providers. If you are looking for particular books or homeschool supplies, see our Curriculum Resources section. For a list of retail stores that sell homeschool books and supplies near you, click here.
If your homeschool group is looking for some hands-on science, Science in Motion might be just what you're looking for. They have a special vehicle that serves as a complete science classroom and lab. Please visit their website for more information. Serving schools and groups throughout Florida.
Seven Mountains Home school Academy was established in 2006 and offers challenging academic curriculum in a loving Christian environment with focus on each child's passion. They offer full curriculum classes for PK through 4th grade and a la carte classes (university-style) for 1st through 12th grade. Located in Brandon, Florida.
Tampa Bay HEAT (Home Education Activities Teams), Inc., is a non-profit, Christian organization, but not a ministry of a specific church. Their goal is to minister to the home school population of the Tampa Bay Area. They provide an opportunity for homeschooled students to play on a competitive team comprised entirely of homeschooled kids in a Christ-centered environment.
Tampa Christian Community School takes the best of homeschooling and group schooling to create a new educational model that allows parents to customize an academic program with support from qualified teachers and a high level of accountability from parents and community families. On Monday and Wednesday, students learn at home with parent instruction, guided by lesson plans provided by certified classroom teachers. On Tuesday and Thursday, students meet at the school facility and learn in a group setting, taught by certified classroom teachers. Friday is an optional Enrichment Day (E-Day) Program for younger students, and a half-day of group instruction for middle and high schoolers.