Lake Center Christian Homeschool Enrichment Learning Program (HELP) assists Christian families who have prayerfully decided to homeschool their students by offering homeschooled students opportunities to take on-campus classes and participate in co-curricular activities.
HELP is available for students in 7th through 12th grade. Through HELP, homeschooled students can find academic, spiritual, and social interaction with Lake Center students in an environment that values a biblical worldview.
This program provides homeschooled students with additional options for classes, co-curricular activities, and athletics. Students in HELP are not considered enrolled Lake Center Christian students.
Junior high and high school students in HELP can:
Note: Junior high and high school students can participate in sports or theatrical productions if they take at least three classes. At least one of the three classes must be Bible, math, science, social studies or English language arts.
Additional benefits for all HELP students:
Important for Parents
Parents of students in HELP are responsible for fulfilling the requirements of the homeschooling laws in Ohio by registering with the school district superintendent in their district of residence. When a student registers in HELP, Lake Center Christian requests a copy of that registration notification and a copy of the letter of compliance issued by the superintendent.
According to Ohio’s Homeschooling Law, parents agree to:
If you have questions regarding HELP, please contact Jackie Gilin, Director of Admissions.