Master's Hand Christian School is an Alabama church (cover) school for homeschoolers. Master's Hand Christian School, based in Decatur, provides local coverage (north Alabama - Lawrence, Limestone, Morgan, Madison Counties) for those wishing to home educate.

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    Master's Hand Christian School

    Contact info:
    Telephone: 256-974-4908
    Administrator's Name: Susie Rencher and Allison Fleming
    Website URL: Master's Hand Christian School
    Location (mailing address): 3979 County Road 434, Moulton, AL 35650
    Office hours (for phone contact): Mondays from 9am -3pm and on Fridays starting September 5th from 9am – 1pm.

    Sponsoring church: A ministry of Faith Baptist Church

    Enrollment area: North Alabama (Lawrence, Limestone, Morgan, Madison Counties) You do not have to be a member of our church to join.

    Statement of Faith: We do not require each family to sign a Statement of Faith. Here is an excerpt from our handbook concerning a Statement of Faith:

      MHCS is a Christian school. We believe in the Bible and the doctrines outlined in the Baptist Faith and Message. The teachers at MHCS also hold these same beliefs and will be conducting classes accordingly.

    The last statement above applies to our co-op classes offered on Fridays. We do require the teachers and co-teachers of co-op classes to sign a statement of Faith.

    HSLDA: Required.

    General description (or Mission Statement):

    Requirements: We require 160 days of school work, Progress Reports twice a year (Due January 15th and June 15th), We also require you to list the subjects and curriculum that you will be using for each child.

    Fees: $135 for returning members and $145 for first time members due at time of registration each year.

    Services: Co-op classes on Fridays from 9am - 12pm, Fairs such as History, Art, and Science, SAT testing, Field trips, Monthly newsletter, High School Banquet, School Pictures/Yearbook, Kindergarten Graduation and High School Graduation, High School Diploma and Transcript, Dual Enrollment, Lending Library

    Additional Info: We have enrollment May 1st – August 1st. If we reach our maximum number of families before Aug. 1st we stop enrollment.

    Information here last verified on 08/19/13.

    The church school listed here provided with this description. Should you have questions about this church school, please use the contact information in the above description. If you discover that the contact information is no longer valid, please e-mail at No permission is given to use this description elsewhere. Please contact the individual church school if you wish to use their description for your own personal web site or publication. does not endorse any church school. Inclusion here is solely for informational purposes. urges those searching for a church school to familiarize themselves with the laws governing church schools in Alabama (since we "homeschool" under the church school laws, rather than a homeschool law in Alabama). You can read those laws here:

    The Code of Alabama 1975

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