The HRM Elementary Academy (8/15) and Super Friday (8/14) will remain open until mid August. Don't miss this opportunity. Some classes are already filling.

Fall Formal is on Saturday, September 25, 2021, at the Kingwood Country Club from 6-11 pm. To purchase your tickets, please click HERE.

To stay up to date on upcoming dances, please join the Kingwood Home School Formals Facebook page

Registration will be from February 1 to March 15. Testing will be the week of May 17-19, 2021, in the mornings at Kingwood Bible Church. The fee for the test, administration, and reporting is $60 per student.

You don't have to be a current HRM student to take the test, but you must join our website to have access to registration.

Parent Feedback
Many parents use this test as a tool to measure their child’s progress as well as to plan their upcoming school year.

Familiarization With Testing
The second reason to test would be to familiarize your students with standardized testing. This will better prepare them when taking the PSAT, SAT, and ACT if they decide to apply for college. This is also helpful if you have children with test anxiety as it gives them opportunities to work through this fear.

Acceptance Into The Home School National Honor Society
The third reason would be for qualification for some organization or club. The Stanford Achievement Test is an accepted test for entrance into the Home School National Honor Society. Our local chapter, Epsilon, is the leadership group of the CHATA service organization through the HEART homeschool group ( There are possibly other organizations like this that might require testing.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Karen Griswold

Secondary Academy

At HRM Secondary Academy, our goal is to come along side home school families, supporting them by offering classes in academic areas. We do not intend in any way to replace you as the primary school.

Core Classes

Rigorous academic classes in the four core subject areas of English, math, science, and history are taught from a Christian worldview for middle and high school-aged homeschooled students.

Each class meets for 90 minutes on Mondays and on Wednesdays, providing three classroom hours per subject per week. Four class periods are offered, beginning at 8:15 a.m. and ending at 3:05 p.m., with the option of lunch at 11:20 a.m.

Elective Classes

Students may take from one to four classes, including electives, in a cafeteria-style plan. Some electives are languages (Spanish and Latin), Bible, Speech or Art History.

All middle and high school teachers are degreed and trained in their teaching fields, and all Home Run Ministries teachers have extensive teaching experience.

Home Run Ministries offers convenient payment plans, and partial scholarships are available.