Florida Umbrella Schools

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Look here for umbrella schools (also called "600" schools, cover schools, and church schools) registered in Florida.  If you would like to add your school to our list, please send us your information. To have your information changed or removed, please contact us.

To learn more about umbrella schools, please see What Is an Umbrella School? and Home School vs. Private (Umbrella) School. To learn about our school, visit us at  www.aspiringheightsacademy.com.

Florida Family Learning Academy

Florida Family Learning Academy (FFLA) was founded in 2005 as a non-religious private school to serve homeschoolers throughout Florida. FFLA is affiliated with Florida Virtual School, and FFLA students are eligible for Bright Futures scholarships. Parents are responsible for all record-keeping. Registration fee includes enrollment confirmation letter when required, but not grades or transcripts. Cost of notarizing documents to be paid by parent or guardian. Grades, transcripts and diplomas are available for high school students for an additional fee.

Florida Unschoolers

Florida Unschoolers is a free (yes, really) private umbrella school for unschoolers and other homeschoolers in Florida. It is listed at the Florida Department of Education website in the Directory of Private Schools under Martin County. There are no fees or tuition for Florida Unschoolers.

Grace Alone Academy

Grace Alone Academy is a K-12 registered Florida Private Umbrella School for Homeschoolers. They offer record keeping services to comply with Florida Homeschool Requirements, as well as an online reporting option, high school diplomas, camping adventures, FLVS affiliation, field trips, and more.

Hillcrest Academy Free School

Hillcrest Academy Free School is a free “not for profit" umbrella school. Enrollment in HAFS legally meets the compulsory attendance laws of Florida. HAFS students reside throughout the state and are taught primarily by their parents, many using online curriculum which includes FLVS. Located in Santa Rosa County.

Home Educated with Learning Potentials

Home Educated with Learning Potentials ("The H.E.L.P. House") is a non-profit private school for special needs children and their families in the Jacksonville/Orange Park areas of Florida.Their  families provide advice and friendship to each other through weekly support meetings. They warmly welcome any family of a child with learning and/or medical special needs regardless of schooling styles and philosophies.

HomeLife Academy

HomeLife Academy (HLA) is recognized by and listed with the TN Dept. of Education as a Category IV, church-related school, covered by the provisions of T.C.A. 49-50-801. HLA is also considered a "600" school in Florida and is listed under Leon County. HLA is also a legal covering in CO and IL.  HomeLife Academy is based in Tennessee and serves homeschoolers nationwide.  Please visit their website for more information.

New Hope Academy

New Hope Academy is a K-12 private school registered and fully recognized by the Florida Department of Education. New Hope Academy offers an umbrella/satellite program to those who home-educate their children. They give parents the freedom to choose the best curriculum and teaching method for their children at an affordable cost.

North Florida Yeshiva

North Florida Yeshiva is a non-denominational faith-based private school. They provide high school planning, transcripts, record-keeping, curriculum planning/support and general homeschool guidance. They have a rolling-admission making it easy to compile the compulsory 180 days of attendance. North Florida Yeshiva also logs monthly contact with the parents about academic progress, so no evaluation is needed at the end of the year.