How We Work
BCHEA officers encourage and facilitate the development of connections within the membership by providing an infrastructure for communication and interaction by whatever means are determined to best serve the group. Depending on evolving interests and needs, the infrastructure may include but not be limited to the following: organizational meetings, fellowships, curriculum/used book fairs, inspirational/informational guest speakers, newsletters, website, online forums, membership directory, email/phone chains, commencement exercises, information and support for new homeschoolers, etc.
BCHEA members lead activities which vary from year to year depending on the interests and inspiration of the membership. Volunteers organize field trips, clubs, park days, co-ops, youth activities, service groups, public speaking/debate groups, science labs, art classes, music classes, P.E. classes, drama groups, etc. By serving in these capacities, BCHEA supports families in developing Godly character in their children and in educating them with excellence.
Please note that BCHEA is not a church school as defined in Alabama Law Code 16-28-1. Therefore, membership in BCHEA does not fulfill the legal requirement for homeschooling in the state of Alabama.