Outlook Academy!

Welcome to Outlook Academy

Outlook Academy is an Alabama church school as defined in Alabama legal code 16-28-1. By enrolling their children, homeschooling parents comply with the compulsory school attendance law for children ages 6 - 17. Outlook Academy is based in Millbrook, Alabama, but accepts members statewide.

Outlook Academy is a hands-off church school. Because we believe that parents are best suited to direct the education of their children, Outlook Academy asks only for what the law requires yet offers support for your personal choices. We respect your privacy as well as your right to homeschool your children unencumbered by restrictions.

Although we accept new enrollments year-round, fees are less expensive during the summer months through August 1. Click on Enrollment & Forms for forms and instructions.

Please read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) before contacting the administrators with your questions. This will help limit interruptions to their homeschooling schedule. Thank you for your understanding!

Be Part of Living History at Alabama Frontier Days Nov. 4-7 PDF Print E-mail

See history come alive at the most authentic living history event in the state! Alabama Frontier Days November 4-7 is a reenactment of Alabama's 18-19th century from French Colonial times to the early American period. The 4-day event includes Native American reenactors, period traders, merchants and entertainers.

Home School Honor Society Now Accepting Membership Applications PDF Print E-mail

The Montgomery-area chapter of the National Home School Honor Society is now accepting applications from qualified home-schooled students entering grades 9–12 for participation beginning Fall 2015.

School Day at "Battles for the Armory" in Tallassee Set for November 6 PDF Print E-mail

The Tallassee Armory Guards Camp 1921 would like to invite you and your students to the 1860s Living History Student Day on Friday, November 6. It's a field trip filled with Alabama history! The camp attempts to share a true picture of what everyday life may have been like during the 1860s with 8 to 10 exhibits sharing histories of toys, music and dancing, medical practices, spinning, camp life, blacksmith, and the ever-popular artillery cannon, among other exhibits.

Sign Up for Scripps National Spelling Bee by December 17 PDF Print E-mail

Is your child a great speller? Sign up your kindergartener through 8th grader for the Scripps National Spelling Bee through Learning at Home before December 17.

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