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 to 17. Outlook Academy is based in Millbrook, Alabama, but accepts members statewide.

Serving the homeschool community since 2001, Outlook Academy is a hands-off church school. We believe that you are the best teacher for your children, so 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 direct your children's education unencumbered by restrictions.

Our administrators have 24 years of homeschooling experience with their own children in addition to these last 16 years of church school administrative experience. Click here to read about the administrators.

Although we accept new enrollments year-round, fees are less expensive during the summer months through August 5. Click on Enrollment & Forms for forms and instructions.

Our phone number has changed to 334-595-5702. Feel free to call during our office hours, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it any time.

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!

 
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Whether you've been home educating this whole school year or you've suddenly found yourself the primary teacher of your children, you CAN homeschool! Even for long-time homeschoolers, this self-quarantine is unique, unsettling and annoying. We normally go on field trips, plan outings with friends, play sports, attend dance classes, participate in clubs and co-ops, visit friends and family, volunteer in the community, and go to church for worship Sunday mornings and activities Wednesday nights -- "book learning" is just a small part of a homeschool week. However, this can still be a special time for you and your children. Use our resources to help make this a time your children will look back on with fondness.

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Homeschool Students Donate to Food Bank PDF Print E-mail

Several Academy Days Co-op students cheer over the 205 canned goods they recently donated to Millbrook's Welcome Inc., a food bank which serves West Elmore County families in need.

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Homeschool Proms Rescheduled or Cancelled PDF Print E-mail

Four homeschool proms were scheduled for February through May. Contact the organizers directly for updated information.

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How To Find a Local Homeschool Support Group PDF Print E-mail

Homeschoolers will not likely find an outlet that offers so much for all their children at one time as a homeschool support group. Groups offer both playtime and structured activities that appeal to a wide range of ages. In fact, most homeschooling parents rely on support groups as their primary means for socialization for their preschoolers, adolescents, preteens, and teenagers. As a result, most communities boast at least one homeschool group, if not more. Try these methods to find one near you.

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