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FAQs



Questions about HCHRC

Q:

How did Heartland Christian Homeschool Resource Center begin?

A:

HCHRC is beginning it's first year this semester at Heartland Christian School to begin to meet needs and support the homeschooling community.

Through God's providence, Julie Davis decided to move her focus from working from home to working at Heartland due to a very similar vision with Pastor McCubbin.  This resource center has been envisioned a long time but it is now being "planted" in the Lord's timing at Heartland, the fall of 2021.

Q:

How much does it cost to be a member of HCHRC?

A:

A one-year membership cost only $25. There is no enrollment fee for classes. If you are unhappy in any way, we will give you a 100% refund. Our hope is to be a blessing to you and an encouragement.

 

Other FAQs

Q:

What are the membership benefits included in the annual fee?

A:

HCHRC family memberships allow your family website access to communicate in the family forum, post photos, advertise "for-sale" items in the classifieds, enter your family business into the business directory, and participation in the HCHRC family directory. You may print your own members card for a homeschool I.D. Through your membership, you will be able to register for all HCHRC classes and workshops for all ages. Members may also register for homeschool helps such as tutoring services and personalized parent consultation. Every member is given the opportunity to lead a Pioneer Reading Post for other families. In addition, there are limited resources available for checkout.

Q:

What is Julie Davis's background in education and homeschooling?

A:

Julie has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Management and Human Relations. She taught in the 1990's at Pioneer Christian Academy. A love for teaching was sparked for teaching through principles, analysis, whole literature, and notebooking. She eventually became the mother of four and spent years applying herself to teaching her own. She is now authoring her own high school curriculum called Promise Point which synthesizes many years of personal study and practice. 

Q:

Why are parents given the option to register for classes as well as the children?

A:

HCHRC is family friendly. We have a heart to model teaching methods to parents so that they will be given support as parent educators. We encourage parents to be present in classes so that they will grow in new ways to teach great content with methods that make a big difference.