CORA (Middle and high school HEARTS Ministry 32 wk program) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to (1) train students to serve God and others in the church and community; (2) minister to student’s and parent’s needs as they arise; (3) provide the platform for students to learn to serve others; (4) provide quality instruction in the classroom.
CORA (Middle and high school HEARTS Ministry 32 wk program) is a homeschool support ministry - not a full-time school. It is the parent’s responsibility to adhere to the Mississippi Home School Law.
CORA (Middle and high school HEARTS Ministry 32 wk program) meets one day per week on Monday. There are two, 16-week sessions per school year. The first session begins in early August and ends in early December . The second session begins in early January and ends in late April to early May. Classes are available for grades 6—12.
We offer a variety of academic classes for the middle school and high school ages. The teachers provide only a portion of the instruction needed and various assignments will be given to complete at home. Academic classes cannot be taught in one day of class instruction; therefore, parents remain the primary teacher for the rest of the week and CORA (Middle and high school HEARTS Ministry 32 wk program) is a resource for the student’s instruction one day per week. We are not an accredited program; however, since we meet for a total of 32 weeks (16 weeks per session) students can be given a credit for the class(es) taken. Parents are expected to ensure student’s completion of assignments and communicate with each teacher any concerns, questions, clarifications, absences, etc.