Homeschool Partnership Program

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."   -  MCS Homeschool Parent


Madison Christian School offers a Homeschool Partnership Program for students in grades 7-12. Homeschool students who are accepted into Madison Christian School will have the opportunity to take middle school or high school courses for credit.  Classes will be offered to any homeschool student who has a school record or transcript indicating that student has met the prerequisites for the desired course.  A homeschool student may only take a maximum of four (4) classes per academic year and will not be able to earn a diploma or participate in graduation exercises through the Homeschool Partnership Program.

Process for Enrollment

  • Complete an application to Madison Christian School (Application Fee $75)
  • Complete entrance testing (Testing Fee $100)
  • Participate in the student/family interview process.
  • Admission Committee will review the application for a final decision
  • Upon acceptance, student and parent will meet with the High School Principal and Guidance Counselor to determine class schedule

Homeschool Tuition and Fees for 2018-2019 School Year 

 Grades 7 – 8

    Annual Tuition

 Grades 9 - 12

    Annual Tuition

 1 Course

           $ 865.00

 1 Course

          $ 945.00

 2 Courses


 2 Courses


 3 Courses


 3 Courses


 4 Courses


 4 Courses


 Study Hall


 Study Hall



 Enrollment Fee

 $ 50.00

 One-time fee per year

 Jr High Sport Fee 


 Per Sport or if Cheerleading

 Sr High Sport Fee


 Per Sport or if Cheerleading

 Drama Fee


 Elementary – High School


Participation in MCS Community

Students who are enrolled at MCS via the Homeschool Partnership will have the opportunity to participate in or receive the following benefits:

       (Note – Some of these benefits may have nominal fees associated with them.)

  • Class retreats
  • School pictures
  • Receive a yearbook
  • Student ID
  • Entrance into athletic events
  • Athletics (see below)
  • Drama
  • MCS transcript for credits earned
  • Standardized testing (Aspire, ACT, MAP, PACT & PSAT)


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.

Courses Available

Priority scheduling is given to full-time students, and seat availability will determine what courses are available to students in the Homeschool Partnership Program. Students may request enrollment in any course currently being taught at MCS. For a list of all class offerings, go to mcseaglesoh.org to see the MCS Course Description Guide. 

Extra-Curricular Participation

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. In order to participate in athletic or after school events on any given day, a student must be in attendance that day for their scheduled class periods.


Madison Christian School is a proud member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) in the Central District. The High School and Jr. High teams compete in the Mid-Ohio Christian Athletic League (MOCAL). In addition to the minimum course requirements, all Homeschool Partnership students must meet the OHSAA and MCS eligibility requirements.

College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus is a government funded program allowing 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 at MCS each March to explain the program and answer questions.  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.

Ohio has never offered homeschool students a better start on a college education. It is our experience that funding for this program has been easier to attain as an independent homeschooler than by trying to receive funding through MCS. 

Therefore, if interested, we recommend you pursue this opportunity directly by going to the College Credit Plus Program page on the Ohio Department of Education website at http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/School-Choice/College-Credit-Plus

Food Service

Homeschool Partnership Students are encouraged to pack a sack lunch if your classes occur before and after our lunch periods.  MCS currently does not offer a hot lunch program, so all students carry a brown-bag lunch.  There are limited snacks and drinks available for purchase during lunch period.