Homeschool Hybrid Program

Dominion Christian School

Homeschool Hybrid Program

Dominion is delighted to partner with homeschool families, allowing them to take specific middle and upper school classes (grades 7-12) as space allows and participate on Dominion athletic teams. We gladly recognize that parents are the primary educators of their children and that some delegate full responsibility for education to a school, while others choose to retain all or a portion of that responsibility.

Students in the hybrid homeschool program may participate in one or more of the following classes:

Middle School (Grades 7-8)


  • Life Science (1 credit)
  • Physical Science (1 credit)
  • Humanities (English & American History, 2 credits)
  • Informal Logic (1/2 credit)
  • Grammar (1/2 credit)
  • General Math 7 (1 credit)
  • Pre-Algebra (1 credit)
  • Algebra I (1 credit)
  • Geometry (1 credit)
  • Old Testament Survey (1/2 credit)
  • New Testament Survey (1/2 credit)
  • Art
  • Chorale
  • Drama
Upper School (Grades 9-12)


  • Biology (1 credit)
  • Chemistry (1 credit)
  • Physics (1 credit)
  • Environmental Science (1 credit)
  • Algebra I (1 credit)
  • Geometry (1 credit)
  • Algebra II (1 credit)
  • Pre-Calculus (1 credit)
  • Honors Pre-Calculus (1 credit)
  • Statistics (1 credit)
  • AP Statistics (1 credit)
  • AP Calculus AB (some of BC calculus may be included in this course, as well, 1 credit)
  • Humanities: Ancient Studies (2 credits)
  • Humanities: Medieval Studies (2 credits)
  • Humanities: Modern European Studies  (2 credits)
  • Humanities: American Studies & Government (2 credits)
  • Systematic Theology (1/2 credit)
  • Medieval Church History (1/2 credit)
  • Christian Worldview (1/2 credit)
  • Christianity & Modernity (1/2 credit)
  • Art
  • Music
  • Drama


Important Notes


  • Hybrid students must complete the same admissions process as regularly admitted students, submitting an application, participating in an interview process, and completing admissions testing.  Reference forms may be completed by the parent-educator in addition to a family friend, former school teacher, pastor, or other church leader.  
  • Tuition is based upon the number of credits for which a student enrolls.  For the 2019-2020 school year, tuition is $2,410 per credit.  There is a $300 additional book surcharge for humanities courses.
  • Once admitted, hybrid students are invited to join the middle and upper school students.  Part-time enrolled students must pay the full student activity fee only if they wish to join the remainder of the school community for the overnight fall retreat and/or spring trip.  Otherwise, the student activity fee will be $100 per student per year.
  • Hybrid students are welcome to attend all school events, lunch, concerts, and other student activities.
  • The hybrid program is offered for three or fewer credits.  Once a student enrolls in more than three credits, he/she will be considered full-time, and full-time tuition will be applied.
  • Hybrid enrollment is offered based upon available space in a given class.  However, if a class approaches capacity, a hybrid student will be given first option to enroll as a full-time student.
  • Tuition assistance is not available to Hybrid students.
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