Lakeview Institute for Teens (LIFT)
A Christ-Centered Academic Ministry to River Region Church School Families.
To join, you must register online with LIFT, pay all fees, and complete all forms. Once ALL fees and paperwork have been received, the link and access code needed to enroll your student online will be emailed to you.
Keep in mind that classes are limited to no more than 16 students.
If you have questions about the classes offered, please contact Sharon Hubbard, the LIFT Administrator, at 334-224-2503 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to participate in LIFT, students must be thirteen (13) years of age by September 1 of the current school year and no more than 18, not to turn 19 during the current school year.
Families from any church school in the River Region may register; however, acceptance is at the discretion of LIFT.
Students returning to LIFT must have retained no less than a grade of “B” in each subject at the end of their 2021-2022 school year in order to take four (4) classes.
All other students, including first year homeschooling students, are limited to three (3) classes.
Local Homeschooling Resources
www.academydays.com ( preschool- highschool co-op)
Liftmontgomery.org ( Academic classes for ages 13 through 18)
Rivercrestacademy.org (preschool – highschool co-op)
Classicalconversations.com (preschool – high school co-op)
Speech and Debate
A competitive speech and debate club competing with the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA).
“… Addressing life issues from a biblical worldview in a manner that glorifies God.” – NCFCA Mission Statement.
Students must be 12-18 by September 1st of the school year to compete.
Stoa Christian Homeschool Speech and Debate
Local team ARETE meets at Eastmont Baptist Church
Contact Lorianne Mink- email@example.com
High School Testing
ACT – Usually taken in 10th-12th grades. Register at act.org
PSAT – Can be taken ONLY October in 10th and 11th grade by registering through the EA office. If you are interested in your student participating in National Merit Scholarship Program they must take it in 11th grade. More information can be found at http://www.nationalmerit.org and http://www.collegeboard.org