Please make sure you have legal consent to make decisions for this child/children in case of emergency at an ACCHE event. Please have guardian contact information on hand at all events.
Parent / Guardian Information
Hotmail email accounts often have a problem receiving emails from our loop and our provider (Google), if your primary email is a hotmail account we ask that you add a secondary email as well.
Only registered students can attend ACCHE member only events.
Student One Information
Student Two Information
Student Three Information
Student Four Information
Student Five Information
Student Six Information
Student Seven Information
Student Eight Information
Student Nine Information
Student Ten Information
Statement of Faith
Please read and agree to the Statement of Faith. You must understand and agree to this before completing this form.
HSLDA (Homeschool Legal Defense Association)
We recommend that homeschooling families join HSLDA. Even if you never experience legal trouble yourself, your HSLDA membership will help enable other homeschooling families to get the legal help they need and will help defend our right to homeschool here in Alamance County. Membership in HSLDA also gives you personal access to the legal staff; HSLDA's experienced high school, special needs, and Toddlers to Tweens consultants; and discounts through HSLDA's PerX program.
For more information about HSLDA's many benefits, see www.hslda.org.
ACCHE members SAVE $15 on the HSLDA membership price. The discount code will be sent after completion of registration.
All ACCHE events have the potential to be photographed for Unity Yearbook. If you do not wish for your child to be in the yearbook, you will need to contact Unity leadership at firstname.lastname@example.org
to make arrangements for omissions.
Represent your family in the Unity yearbook this year. Upload your photo to be included in the 2022/2023 Unity Yearbook. You can also send these any time during the school year to email@example.com.
Do you have any questions prior to registration?