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Welcome to the Center Line Homeschool Partnership! * * * Semester 2 enrollment opens December 1, 2017. * * * Semester 2 begins January 29, 2018.
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Partnership Information

About Our Partnership

We are an inclusive group and welcome everyone. We are not here to tell anyone how to homeschool or judge what others choose. We are just a resource for those who feel our offerings enhance their children's educational journey. The Center Line Homeschool Partnership is a collaboration between parents, community and Center Line Public Schools. The partnership offers unique elective classes for students, grades 1-12. Parents direct their children's learning by choosing opportunities they feel best suit their individual families and children. The partnership is a free program paid for by your tax dollars.

Students in grades 1-12 sign up as part-time students with Center Line Public Schools. According to HSLDA (Homeschool Legal Defense Association), they retain their status as homeschool students as long as parents provide 51% of these students' total education, including all core subjects: language arts (reading, spelling, English grammar, writing literature), arithmetic, science, history and federal and state government. The school district receives tax dollars and in turn provides non-core (elective) educational opportunities families might not otherwise be able to enjoy.


Requirements for Participation

All Students
  • All students must attend count day events held at the school.
  • All students must log in before count day, on count day and nine days within the 30 days after count day.
  • Part time enrollment in Center Line Public Schools.
Seated Classes
  • Students will need to be enrolled in one seated class unless the waiver is applicable.
  • If your child will be absent, please email
  • You should attend 80% of the classes.
Virtual Classes
  • Activities are assigned on Wednesdays and are due by the following Tuesday.
  • Activities need to be completed by the due date.
Mentor/Family Contact
  • There must be one contact between all children and the on-site mentor once a week, running from Wednesday to the following Tuesday.
  • This communication can be in any format; email, text, phone call or in person.