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Elementary Academy

For Grades 3-5

The Elementary Academy is a partnership education program meets on Tuesdays from September - May where students learn from a qualified teacher in a classroom setting while the parents reinforce the learning experience with guided lessons during the week. It is an a la carte, drop-off program. You can choose the full program or specific classes.  Each class is a full academic course. If a child is enrolled in all four classes, the parent will only need to add a spelling course at home, as well as any electives or enrichment.

We are a partnership – we will provide the lesson plans (PLP – Parent Lesson Plans) and once a week instruction. For Math, Critical Thinking, and Writing/Grammar, the parent will continue with the lessons at home during the week. For the Science/History/Literature Block the parent will need to read the material with the child to prepare him for class on Tuesday.

The teachers do not record grades on assignments. The parent will ensure that all the work assigned is being completed correctly and returned to class as needed. The teacher will help the parent in evaluating the student’s progress and mastery. During arranged times outside of class, the teacher will provide extra assistance for parents and students, as needed.

Our program is designed to sufficiently prepare our students to continue their education in HRM Secondary Academy. Enrollment is per academic year. The tuition cost covers the entire year. All teachers hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree in their field and have classroom experience.

An overview of Courses


Group A - Suggested Age: 7-10 

Group B - Suggested Age: 9-11 

Group C - Suggested Age: 10-12

The experienced teacher will teach the concepts and provide guided instruction for the parent to reinforce and evaluate the progress during the week. Classes will cover approximately 4 lessons of the ABeka text per week. Math courses will use ABeka Math 3,4, and 5 respectively.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are your office hours?
    Our normal office hours are 8:30AM – 2:30PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
  • Where can I get more information?
    Join our Facebook group and Instagram for notifications of registrations and events.
  • What are the steps for enrolling a new student?
    After joining the website on the Elementary Academy registration page, there will be step-by-step information for new student registration.
  • Do we register for an entire year or per semester?
    Elementary Academy registration is by the year.
  • Does my child have to take a class in all periods?
    All classes are offered a-la-carte. Students need to be supervised by the parent during any time they do not have class.
  • Where do the classes meet?
    All classes meet in the Kingwood, Texas area.
  • Does my child have to enroll in classes to take the standardized test in May?
    Registering for the standardized test given in May is optional for both Home Run Ministries students and other homeschooling families who do not attend Home Run classes. There is a charge in either case.
  • When should I register for the next school year?
    The HRM Elementary Academy registration period begins April 15 and remains open until August 15.
  • Do you offer scholarships?
    There are limited, partial scholarship funds available for tuition only, on the basis of financial need. Those wishing to apply for a partial scholarship must submit an application before June 15 for the upcoming school year. Applications may be obtained by emailing
  • Can a student participate in one of the academic programs (Elementary Academy, Secondary Academy) and Super Friday?
    Yes, a student may register for one of the academic programs and Super Friday all in the same school year.
  • May I visit one or more classes?
    Interested parents are welcome to visit Tuesday classes with a scheduled appointment during the school year in preparation for the following school year. Please call the office at 281-533-3599 or email to schedule a visit.
  • Do you accept special education students?
    Most of the HRM teachers are not trained in special education techniques. The faculty and administration are happy to include special education students if a student can succeed in our classes with only minor modifications.
  • Is HRM Elementary Academy a nut-free campus?
    While we are unable to guarantee that the building we use is nut-free, students are asked not to bring nuts or food items containing nuts to our campus for the Tuesday classes.
  • Will my child be served lunch?
    Students staying for the lunch period between our morning and afternoon classes must bring a sack lunch from home that does not require heating or preparation (no nut products).
  • Do you offer bus service for student transportation?
    No, we do not offer bus service, but we can refer families to other families living in the same vicinity for carpooling services.
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