RHSA exists to promote homeschooling and support
homeschooling families. By becoming a member your family will:
Become part of a close fellowship of families who routinely support and encourage each other in their conviction to homeschool their children.
Have the privilege to participate in any and all RHSA sponsored activities and groups. This includes
our Teaching Co-Op, Field Trips, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and much more.
Receive the monthly RHSA Newsletter. This gives you access to useful and timely information
about a wide variety of homeschooling activities, events and services.
RHSA Membership is a privilege and available to any family regardless of their race, religion or other such uniqueness or preferences. However, the RHSA Board has the right to accept or deny membership to any family for any reason as it may deem necessary.
All leaders in the RHSA are approved by the RHSA Board. These leaders are Christians who have agreed to lead and manage their respective RHSA activity according to conservative Christian principles and to support and reinforce the complete
RHSA Statement of Faith.
All families are required and expected to read and completely support the RHSA Code of Conduct and Organization.
These Codes outline the kinds of behavior and attitudes expected of families
while involved in RHSA activities - regardless of their individual beliefs or
background. If any family or family member chooses to not abide by these Codes,
the RHSA Board may decide, at its sole discretion, to revoke the membership of such family. Revoking of membership would occur only after all attempts to reconcile the issues with the family, according to Biblical guidelines, have not been successful.