CHEB Academic Centers

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2020-2021 NHA classes

If you have registered for NHA classes, tuition is due July 24. Tuition payment secures your spot in an NHA class and registrations will be forfeited after July 24 if unpaid. Late registrations will be accepted July 27-29 for any remaining class spots. At this time, new registrations will be extremely limited and will not be guaranteed until confirmed by the registrar on or before August 3.  Learning Zone is full and is not accepting new registrations. 

At this time, CHEB plans to hold in-person classes beginning August 17. We will break for Thanksgiving on Monday, November 30 and then resume classes online for the remainder of the semester, December 7 & 14. In the event that we are unable to meet in our regular facilities, we may begin the semester with online instruction equivalent to our weekly in-person classes until such time that we are able to resume in-person gatherings. 

See our full COVID-19 Fall 2020 plans HERE.

Learning Zone

for preK through 5th grade

New Horizons Academy

for grades 5-12

Mission Statement

The academic centers are designed to give parents assistance with core and elective classes in the middle and high school years. We function with a "university style" model. Students attend classes one day each week and are given assignments to complete daily. This is an environment where instructors join with parents for the purpose of educating their children in an accelerated, independent fashion.

The academic centers are cooperatives of teachers who serve as facilitators in the homeschooling experience.  Our courses are not meant to replace daily instruction from the parents. We expect that parents will work with their students on assignments on a daily basis.  We believe that the academic centers model will not work for some students. However, for the students it is designed to serve, we believe it is an excellent option.

Through years of experience, we have found that certain students do poorly with a "university model" environment and would get a superior education through other alternatives. The academic centers are not suited for students who have had trouble with motivation, study habits, academic performance or attitude but are excellent opportunities for those with special academic needs, such as gifted/talented, in sports/equestrian training, or other extra-curricular pursuits that require flexible schooling options.

Where and When:

We meet at Tates Creek Christian Church, Mondays 9 am - 4 pm.

Mailing Address: PO Box 23522, Lexington KY 40523-3522