Serving Homeschoolers Since 1990

SCAIHS provides educational counseling and encouragement to homeschooling parents as they shepherd their children through their educational journey.  We assist parents in providing the best education possible to equip their students to serve the Lord in whatever capacity He leads.

Supporting South Carolina’s homeschooling parents as they lead their children to grow in wisdom, in stature, and in favor with God and man.

SCAIHS Homeschooling in SC:

  • Experienced staff available to provide educational assistance
  • Documentation of student’s educational progress
  • Creativity in curriculum choices and flexibility in determining the school calendar
  • In-state, out-of-state, and international membership
  • Homeschooling Curriculum choices for Special Needs.
  • Online reporting
  • Spring Group Testing (Optional)
  • 15% SCAIHS Bookstore discount
  • Elementary, Middle School, and High School Programs
  • Workshops on Homeschooling-Related Topics

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Testimonials

“SCAIHS homeschooling services have resulted in my feeling comfortable/peaceful with our homeschooling journey.” – Karen

“I can’t imagine anyone not wanting to be a part of the SCAIHS homeschooling experience!” – Amelia

“SCAIHS has been one of the best things about our homeschooling experience!!!”  – Sherri

Elementary Department

  • Educational and curriculum counseling
  • Flexibility in materials and instructional methods (tailored to your child’s needs, interests, and ways of learning – traditional, Charlotte Mason, classical, topical and unit studies, etc.)
  • Encouragement and support
  • Assistance in record keeping and documentation of each child’s educational program
  • Official transcripts
  • 4th-6th Grade Talent Search (Duke TIP)
  • Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony

High School

  • Guidance counselor services for college and scholarship applications
  • Personalized assistance in course selection and planning
  • Class ranking
  • SC Uniform Grading Policy
  • Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment available
  • Multiple concentrations of study available
  • Formal graduation ceremony and nationally recognized diploma
  • Nationally recognized official transcripts

Special Needs

  • Curriculum choices for all learning challenges:  cognitive, physical, mental, or emotional
  • Assistance with gifted and talented students
  • IEP/504 plans
  • Flexible testing options
  • Testing Accommodations requests submitted for SAT and ACT

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