The Honor Academy Homeschool Co-op was founded in 2016, providing a place for students to excel both academically and spiritually. The Co-op enjoys the benefits of homeschooling with the structure, safety, and excellence of a private school for 2nd-12th grade. While enrolled in The Honor Academy, your child can achieve and excel in a structured, positive, and balanced classroom environment. Classrooms are supervised by educators and parent volunteers with a desire to help students reach their full potential. Utilizing the A.C.E. curriculum, lessons are specifically tailored to provide students with the needed resources to attain their academic goals, while simultaneously providing them with indispensable spiritual tools.


The Accelerated Christian Education program has taken the conventional style textbook and divided it into bite-sized, achievable worktexts called PACEs. A.C.E. stands out from other curriculum providers with its individualized, self–instructional, mastery-based approach. With minimal assistance, PACEs allow students to absorb subject material according to their own learning ability rather than being pushed forward or held back by their age.


Life of Faith Bible Church offers its facility for homeschooling with the ACE curriculum to those selected by The Honor Academy board, and who are officially connected and maintain good standing with the church. Although Life of Faith Bible Church (LOFBC) is providing a place for homeschoolers to learn and grow, the church is not responsible for any of the children’s academic needs. Parents are responsible for ordering and organizing their own child’s curriculum and making sure that they are compliant with Kentucky State Laws. The contents of this handbook/agreement will be modified each new school year as The Honor Academy Board deems necessary. “Parent meetings” will be conducted periodically to ensure good communication.


Kimberly Harriford
She has a Bachelor’s in Social Work with an emphasis on English and Marriage Counseling and an Associate degree in Early Childhood Education.
She works close with parents to make sure your child stays on track. She has worked in Shelby County schools along with Warren County schools.

Sophya Johnson
She has a double Master’s in Commerce and Education. She is well-connected with local schools and college administrators, making her a great resource for parents.
Sophya also helps to prepare students for the SAT and ACT exams.

Kaylyn Budd
She has a Bachelor of Science in General Studies with an emphasis in Mathematics. She helps educate our elementary in Music and Spanish.
She has also traveled to other countries where she taught in many schools.

Sharalee Taylor
She has a Bachelor of Science in Fine Arts. She also teaches Art Education to every class at the Co-op.
She has worked in JCPS with elementary and middle school students.


2020-21 HANDBOOK


The Honor Academy
14200 Spegal Ln
Louisville, KY 40299
(502) 240-0016