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Homeschool Extension FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the entrance requirements?

1.  One or both parents must be born-again Christians
2.  Complete student registration packet and registration/enrollment fees
3. Provide necessary records
4. On-site principal interview with parent(s) and prospective student
5. Submit signed student code of conduct
6. If participating in any FBA athletic programs, submit all required FHSAA forms.
7. Read Kingdom Education, by Glen Shultz

How much will Extension students interact with traditional FBA students?

It is our sincere hope that the Extension students will quickly feel as though they are an integral part of our student body.  There will be many opportunities for fellowship with each other and with Academy students. The level of interaction will increase as a student progresses into the upper grades.  Please contact the Admissions Office to learn more.

What is the dress code for Extension students?

School uniforms are not required for Elementary HSE students. When home school students are registered for an on-campus academic class they are to follow dress code guidelines of a regular day time student.  When attending non-academic events they should follow the dress down guidelines found on line in the Parent Student Handbook of the appropriate school.  

What are the discipline policies for Extension students?

The discipline policies are the same as for the full-time Academy students.

Will Extension students participate in graduation ceremonies?

Currently, Extension students will not take part in graduation.

Can Extension students take part in interscholastic athletic teams?

Students will be able to participate, provided they fulfill all of the necessary prerequisites and qualify under FHSAA guidelines for participation as a home school student: sports physical, FHSAA home school forms (EL7) completed and approved, and registration fees paid.  FHSAA does not permit students who are enrolled in School District Virtual School for 50% of their classes to participate as a homeschooled student. 

Students registered with the school district as a home school student and take part-time or full-time classes through Florida Virtual School are eligible to participate in FBA's Home School Extension program.  Because FBA sports teams play competitively, tryouts will be required for these teams.  

     There is a separate fee for sports participation.

Will students receive a report card?

FBA will not keep records or provide report cards.  If you choose to have your child take part in academic testing, you will be provided with a copy of those scores and the administrator will be available to review these scores with you.  Students who pay and sign up for individual classes (6-12th grade) will receive grades.

How will Extension families be kept “in the loop” with school activities in which we are eligible to participate?

Home School Extension families will have access to our school's communication source, RenWeb via ParentsWeb, where they can access school resources, calendars, events and announcements along with "Family Billing" to secure payment of lunch, sports, and other school fees.  HSE families will also be included in school-wide communications, appropriate school level communications and classroom teacher communications.

Opportunities Available for Home School Extension Students
  • Curriculum Selection Assistance
  • See You At The Pole
  • Chick Fil A Nights
  • Pep Rallies
  • Golf Tournament
  • Elementary Field Day
  • Individual School Pictures/Included in Yearbook
  • Missions Opportunities
  • Weekly Chapel
  • Special Chapel Events/Spiritual Emphasis Week
  • School Newsletter
  • Grandparents Day
  • Sports Banquets/Kickoff Celebrations
  • Christian College Fair
  • Terra Nova testing
  • Portfolio Evaluations
  • Attend Sporting Events
  • Homecoming Events
  • Purchase On Campus lunch
  • Elementary School classroom special events
  • RenWeb School Information site  
Opportunities Available with added fees:
  • PSAT
  • Middle School and High School students may take up to three classes with full time students
  • After School Elementary Enrichment Classes (course offerings vary)
  • Sports Team Participation
  • High School Special Events 
  • Field Trips
  • School Musical 
  • Sports Program