Frequently Asked Questions
How do we communicate with the Admin Office?
How do I register for the membership?
Can I cancel my membership?
Is there a Registration Fee?
YES! $25 Registration Fee for ALL Members (including Parents & Grandparents) and will be recurring annually at the start of the new school year.
When does registration close?
Registration is on-going year round. You can join at any time. However, be mindful that some classes may have reached capacity.
What are the differences in the 2 plans?
CELESTIAL PLAN: Unlimited Live Classes per family for Children (Siblings), Parents & Grandparents.
ROYAL PLAN: 2 Live Classes ONLY, per family for Children (Siblings), Parents & Grandparents.
Can I pay annually?
Do we have to pay the whole year up front?
NO! You have the option to pay monthly. However, we recommend the annual membership which will save you up to $200-$300.
Am I able to see the list of all the class offerings before signing up?
When you do an annual, is it consecutive months or is it September to June, then the other remaining months roll over to the next school year?
Annual registration is 12 months.
What are the dates for all the semesters?
Semester 1: Sep – Dec
Semester 2: Jan- March
Semester 3: April-June
Semester 4: Summer Session
Excluding Holidays, Spring, Summer, & Fall Breaks.
Are your Scholar Educators all professional teachers?
Our Scholar Educators are hand picked based on their love and commitment to black children first; their integrity, supreme knowledge and ability to live what they teach. They range from Professional Educators (Public & Private Sectors), College/University Professors, Authors, Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Keynote Speakers, Curators, Community Scholars/Activists, and/or Parents with valuable expertise complementary to the Homeschool HUEniversity mission.
Is Homeschool HUEniversity accredited?
Homeschool HUEniversity is accredited by our parent company, The Liberated Minds Black Homeschool & Education Institute (LMBHEI). LMBHEI is a private educational organization that has developed evaluation criteria to conduct assessments to determine whether or not those criteria are met by the educational establishment under review. Institutions and/or programs that request an accreditor’s evaluation, and that meet an accreditor’s criteria are then “accredited” by the LMBHEI. LMBHEI uses a unique Afrikan-centered accreditation model that audits and assesses the quality of schools/institutions, homeschools, programs, curricula, children’s literature, educational toys, etc. Liberated Minds is completely independent and is not in any way affiliated with any state or governmental accreditation agencies.
Can I get membership for a nephew who lives in a different home yet has access to me?
NO! Memberships are designed for children who are siblings, and their parents, and grandparents.
Is there a FREE trial period?
NO! However you are not locked into a contract. You can start your Membership, register for classes to see if the experience fits your needs. If not, you can cancel your membership for the following month. No refunds.
If you miss a few months, how does that work?
We have open enrollment all year long. You can start and stop your membership at any time.
Are there any scholarship opportunities??
YES! Occasionally we have scholarship opportunities that are provided by various sponsors.
Are all classes on the site virtual?
YES! This is a virtual campus. However, we occasionally have in-person meet ups in various cities.
Do you always use Zoom?
YES! We utilize Zoom for All classes.
Are the classes live or pre-recorded?
YES! Classes are live daily. However, we offer a select few of pre-recorded classes that are sometimes available. You will also have access to our video libraries and archives.
Are the previous recordings still available?
Some of the recordings are still available.
For families that are supplementing public school are there replays/recordings to watch after school or weekends?
What is the average class size?
The average class size ranges from 10 – 25 scholars. However, there are family classes that are open to all ages and may exceed the average attendance.
Example: Afrikan Kombat Science NO Limit (Entire family invited).
Is there a limit to the number of students you accept?
YES! It depends on the amount of course offerings.
Can your child be in public school and also be a part of your programs?
YES! We support all educational situations including Public, Charter, Private, Full-time, Part-time, etc.
Are there any class requirements?
Some classes have requirements for supplies. Scholars will be notified by the Educator of those specific classes.
What grades and ages do you provide classes for?
We offer classes for all grades and ages, infants to high school, as well as adult classes. We support the ENTIRE FAMILY!
How many classes do you have at the highschool level?
Each semester varies based on subjects offered.
What would a kindergartner's day be like If they're enrolled fulltime?
You pick & choose what classes you feel are appropriate for your homeschooling journey or supplementation for public/private school.
Do you keep track of attendance & grades?
We do keep track of attendance. We do not furnish grades; however, most classes do give feedback in the form of a rubric or project based assessment. As parents, you may translate the assessments into grades if needed or as a personal preference.
Do you provide a diploma or transcripts?
Homeschool HUEniversity uses our Department of Homeschool Vital Records to create diplomas/transcripts. However, you must provide the necessary information. Prices may vary.
Do the children get a chance to meet up for socializing during or after classes?
Homeschool HUEniversity offers opportunities such as clubs, special enrichment activities, hangouts, and occasional meet-ups, where children can socialize in a positive manner.
Is there a co-op fee to bring your homeschool group to the HUEniversity? Or does each family need to have their own membership?
We have customized plans for homeschool groups, co-ops, private schools, etc. These collaborations provide a greater opportunity for other educational entities to enrich their curriculum offerings while magnifying their experiences.
Where do I register our children with the state as a homeschooler?
You can search the internet for “Homeschool Letter of Intent” or “Homeschool Registration”. Be sure that it is the Official (Government) State website where you reside to ensure you are following the correct guidelines for your state.
Where do I find Homeschooling laws?
Go to the Official (Government) State website where you reside to ensure you are following the correct guidelines for your state. You can find additional Homeschool information by visiting HSLDA.org and search for your state.
Are you inclusive of children with Autism or others with exceptional abilities?
We encourage all developmental stages to join us; however, we do not offer any specialized services. Therefore, we leave it up to the parent’s discretion as to what they feel would most benefit their child. Please feel free to reach out to us directly (if needed) for a more personalized response, so we can better assist you in assessing if this program is complementary to your childs needs.
Is the curriculum mostly based in a specific religion?
NO! We are NOT a Religious-Based school. Our curriculum is African-centered and is specifically designed for BLACK families.
What about teaching opportunities?
Please visit Contact/Join Us – Liberated Minds to learn more about teaching opportunities.