“Thank you to you and all of MCS's leadership, who made the decision to open MCS to homeschoolers. The girls are absolutely delighted with their class. We have been able to do all classes well at home and co-op, with the exception of Math. Our family (really) needed your math classes. We are forever grateful to your school." - Alexandra Fisher | 2016-2017 | MCS Homeschool Mother
Students who are enrolled at MCS via the Homeschool Partnership will have the opportunity to participate in or receive the following benefits:
Any student who wishes to participate in athletics or fine arts must be enrolled in a minimum of two classes, one of which must be a core class. A core class is defined as any class that may be categorized in one of the following areas of study: Bible, History, Science, Math, English or Foreign Language.
College Credit Plus is a government funded program that allows students in grades 7-12 to earn both college credit and high school credit through college coursework. A College Credit Plus informational meeting is held each March to explain the program and answer questions. Please check the MCS online calendar for the date and time of the CCP informational meeting.
All students must notify school administrators by April 1st of each year of their intent to participate and then apply to the university of their choice.
For additional information on the College Credit Plus Program, please visit the Ohio Department of Education’s website at http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/School-Choice/College-Credit-Plus.
Any student who is a participant in the MCS Homeschool Partnership Program must adhere to the MCS Handbook and discipline policy. Any student who is taking multiple courses and has a period or more between classes will be scheduled into a study hall while waiting for the next class, or must be picked up by the parent. All students must be supervised while on the MCS campus. MCS Homeschool Partnership students will wear the approved school uniform and apparel.
Madison Christian School is a proud member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) in the Central District. In addition, the High School teams compete in the Mid-Ohio Christian Athletic League (MOCAL) and the Jr. High teams compete in the Central Ohio Athletic League (COAL). In addition to the minimum course requirements, all Homeschool Partnership students must meet the OHSAA and MCS eligibility requirements.
Homeschool Partnership Students may participate in the food service program offered by MCS. See the food service schedule for options.