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Homeschool Partnership

Greenville Christian School supports parents wanting to educate their children at home by offering a Homeschool Partnership program for high school students.

Students in the program are integrated into our typical daily classes for the subject for which they choose to sign up. High school classes are offered for 8 periods each day for approximately 45 minutes per class. A student's schedule will depend upon the classes they have chosen. Any student attending less than full time is considered to be a Homeschool Partnership student. Requirements for admission and the admission process are the same as for full-time students. 

Students are generally interested in the Homeschool Partnership for several reasons:

  1. Expanding social opportunities
  2. Experiencing a typical school environment
  3. Desire to play competitive school sports
  4. Alternative learning environment

GC offers all of the above opportunities in a Christian environment. Current students enjoy meeting new classmates, and making friends is usually very easy. In many ways, GC provides a typical teacher-led in-person learning environment. EagleNation sports compete through the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools, which requires that students take at least four core classes to participate.

Parents are generally interested in the Homeschool Partnership for several reasons:

  1. They don't feel qualified to teach upper level subjects, and don't like the other available options.
  2. They want their children to experience a typical school environment or have a typical high school experience.

GC provides both of these experiences and in a Christian environment. Things to consider: 

  1. Your student will be involved in classes 5 days/week.
  2. If there is more than a 2 hour lag between classes, you will be asked to pick up your child from campus.
  3. Homeschool students are eligible to participate in all school activities except graduation exercises, receiving a GC diploma or going on the senior trip. 

Core classes (for sports eligibility) include: Science, Math, History, English, Bible, Art, and Spanish.

For current rates and for more information about the GC Homeschool program, email 

Special Education

GC offers very limited academic special education services. Accommodations are available with diagnosis, but no curriculum modifications are provided. Students must be able to pass the entrance exam for admission. GC does offer a dyslexia program.

Take Flight Dyslexia Program

(Taken from Scottish Rite Hospital's website)

What is Take Flight?

Take Flight: A Comprehensive Intervention for Students with Dyslexia is a curriculum written by the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia and Learning Disorders at Scottish Rite for Children. Take Flight builds on the success of the three previous dyslexia intervention programs developed by institutions: Alphabetic Phonics, the Dyslexia Training Program and TSRH Literacy Program.

The curriculum was designed for use by dyslexia therapists with children 7 years and older who have developmental dyslexia. The purpose was to enable students with dyslexia to achieve and maintain better word recognition, reading fluency, reading comprehension and aid in the transition from a therapy setting to ‘real world’ learning.

GC offers dyslexia intervention services to enrolled GC students for an additional fee. Students are pulled from their regular educational classes several times each week to meet in small groups with a trained Take Flight instructor. 

For more information, visit the Take Flight web page or email