High School

Home Centered Education Opportunities

Home School Partnerships

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  • Home Centered Education

    Homeschool students are invited to enroll in courses offered at DCHS to supplement their homeschool education. Before enrolling in courses, students must make application to Delmarva Christian High School.

+Please refer to Tuition and Fact Sheet for complete fee schedule. 
*Students participating in extracurricular activities must be enrolled in a DCHS course during the academic semester in which the activity occurs. 
**Home Centered non-DCHS diploma seeking students who wish to participate in DCHS athletics must: Enroll in a minimum of 1 core course any semester a sport is played (and per a separate section in the document linked below, 1 additional class during the school year, which may be an elective). Additionally, progress reports and report cards must be submitted to verify full time home-centered education

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  • Guidelines for receiving a diploma granted by DCHS

    • Families will be permitted to operate under DCHS school ID number.
    • Students will meet DCHS credit and service hour requirements.
    • Credit requirements to receive diploma are as follows:
      • Minimum of ten (10) original credits from DCHS courses
      • Minimum of four (4) original credit DCHS courses earned in senior year
      • Senior Thesis Project (STP) must be taken during senior year 
      • Students participating in sports must be enrolled in a minimum of two (2) courses per year, one (1) of which must be a core course
      • Per DIAA requirements, students participating in sports must be taking a course during the season in which they participate
    • Students new to DCHS in their senior year must be a full-time student in order to be granted a DCHS diploma.
    • Part-time students are not eligible for the Accessible Tuition Program or other school-sponsored scholarships.
    • Families will be required to meet annually with an academic adviser to determine eligibility for program and ensure graduation requirements are being met.
    • Families will be required to complete a scope and sequence for each course taught at home according to DCHS specifications.
    • Students will be required to take the standardized testing assessments in the Spring of their freshman, sophomore, and junior years.
    • Students must be full time (4 courses between DCHS and homeschool) during any semester they are playing a sport, per DIAA requirements.