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Homeschool in the Hall

Homeschool in the Hall is a Christian homeschooling group that meets once per week from Labor Day to Memorial Day to support and encourage education and socialization.

There are no registration fees, but parents are expected to volunteer.


What We Do

Each Wednesday, HSH meets from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM at the Rural Hall Christian Church.

The group is made up of families from 10+ different communities and various churches in the area. We come together for the same purpose: To help one another bring up our children in the Lord (Ephesians 6:1-4).

When you arrive, enter through the main doors at the front. We begin in the sanctuary on the upper level with Chapel. In this period, announcements are shared, the Pledge of Allegiance is said, prayers are offered, Scripture is read, and we sing fun songs with guitar.

After Chapel students go to Class. The classes are divided by grade levels and are taught by volunteers who are HSH parents or local leaders such as pastors, business owners, and other professionals. We teach fun, educational lessons to supplement the core curriculum being taught at home.

The last period of the afternoon is Recess. During this time, students are encouraged to socialize. There are game rooms with foosball tables, air hockey, and ping pong. Lots of board games and other indoor activities are available for the kids to play. The toddlers and smaller kids have a large, carpeted playroom with toys. Oftentimes, parents take groups outside to hang out under the pavilion or to play on the playground.

Parents are required to stay onsite, in the building to actively help supervise the students.

There are parties and field trips planned throughout the year. Field Day is hosted at the end of the school year, and plans are being made for a Science Fair in the fall.

If you have any specific questions, send us an email to the address below!


280 Bethania-Rural Hall Road

Rural Hall, NC 27045



(Church Landline)


For more info or to sign up

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