General Opportunities – Open to the PublicThe homeschooling community is encouraged to join us each Wednesday (along with the general public) for our chapels. The standard times for these chapels, which are subject to change due to unique needs and opportunities that arise throughout the course of the school year, are as follows:
- Elementary Chapel (K-Gr. 5) from 9:45-10:15 am
- Middle & High School Chapel (Gr. 6-12) from 8:30-9:15 am
- Likewise, homeschooling families are welcome to attend many of our full-school assemblies that are scheduled throughout the school year.
Select Courses Available for Grades 1-12 EnrollmentWe also offer the opportunity for homeschool families to enroll in a specific selection of elementary and middle school classes (see below). High school students are also invited to apply to take up to two high school courses each year. Enrollment as a homeschooler is based on the availability of seats. For more information and a list of registration fees, you are encouraged to make an appointment with the school principal.
Elementary & Middle School Courses for Homeschool Students
- Elementary Music Program
- Elementary Art
- Elementary Physical Education
- Grades 6-12 Fine Arts Program (band, choir, drama)
- Middle School Physical Education
- Middle School Math
- High School Courses - All high school courses are available to homeschoolers (based on acceptance and the availability of seats).
Varsity Athletics Program
High school students may apply to participate in our varsity sports program. Playing time and admission onto the team is based on the same criterion applied to full-time students.
You may wish to download an application packet before calling the school to set up an appointment.
Standardized Testing for Homeschoolers
Homeschool students are invited to participate in standardized testing opportunities at Cornerstone with advanced registration and the availability of seating.
Each October, Cornerstone administers the PSAT. Homeschooled sophomores and juniors who are interested in taking this test may register by contacting the school guidance counselor through the school office. All questions should be directed to Mrs. Nancy Arnold our guidance counselor, via email at email@example.com. Limited seats are available to homeschoolers.
In the spring, Cornerstone administers the ACT Aspire to Grades 3 through 10. Homeschool students are invited to participate in these tests as openings are available. This requires advanced registration. Since we order tests in the fall, contacting the school early in the fall will help to ensure availability of testing materials.