High School, Grades 8-12
At Educational Harbor, we encourage teens to think outside the box. Students are encouraged to participate in local internships within the community. In 2018-2019, we will be holding courses on two separate schedules: Monday through Thursday from 9:30-1:00PM or Monday AND Wednesday from 9:30-3:30. This allows your student the flexibility to take enrichment courses, volunteer in the community, participate in sports or music, dual enroll at SCF, and more. Students who are ready can start as early as 8th grade earning high school credits.
Our high school is exposed to Christian apologetics and character development through Bible stories. Our curriculum comes from a Christian worldview. Here is a list of the books we used or will use this year:
Homeschool Psychology (Psychology through a Christian lens)
Around the World in 180 days (Geography)
Math-U-See and Teaching Textbooks (depending on student)
Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?
Classes will be similar to college in that students will focus on 3 classes in the fall and 3 in the spring. Our fall schedule academics are Math and Biology. Spring courses are Language Arts and Government/Econ. Students will then choose a third course. Academic choices include Psychology or World Geography and Cultures. Other outside choices include Sign Language, arts classes from Circle Arts Academy or Palmetto Art Center, or Auto Shop (still in the works). Students will need to complete 135 hours of work to obtain credit. This includes assigned work, which can be completed at home or in academic enrichment with tutoring.
Full tuition for the year is $4700 or $2350 per semester. This includes homework help and tutoring as well. Students may register with Educational Harbor as a private school, or may be a home school student and take any number of classes a la carte. To register, please e-mail Stacey Mayo at
Students at Ed Harbor can also dual enroll at South College of Florida (and we are working on Manatee Technical as well)
Please email to request tuition prices for the 2018-2019 school year.
Students may also participate in the sports teams of their local high school since we are not large enough to have our own.
Some of our students are working toward the Congressional Award! See more information here:
Our Graduation requirements are listed below by degree program: Check it out! You'll notice that students are required to take two credits of Bible study and one credit of Home Economics. We want our students to be ready to take on the world with God in their hearts!
These scholarships are accepted: Step Up for Students (FTC), McKay, AAA, and Gardiner (P.L.S.A.)