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ACADEMICS. ARTS. ATHLETICS.
James River Home School Foundation is a nonprofit Christian organization established in 2009 to provide educational and extra-curricular enrichment opportunities for Virginia home-schooled students.
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One of the goals of the James River Home School Foundation is to offer and organize interscholastic, recreational, and developmental sports programs for the physical strengthening and training in disclipline of home-schooled students.
One of the goals of the James River Home School Foundation is to offer and organize performing arts programs for the enrichment and development of home-schooled students.
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Learn more about the driving passion behind the James River Home School Foundation, what we're doing to see the Gospel of Jesus Christ advanced in this generation, and how you can join in on this adventure!
The James River Home School Foundation (JRHSF) also doing business as James River Eagles and James River Cobblestones is a registered charity with Amazon Smile. Please remember us when you make any purchases through Amazon. Simply go to smile.amazon.com and chose JRHSF as your charity. Then, when you make purchases through the Smile pages, Amazon will donate 0.5% of those purchases to our organization. So, just by shopping on AmazonSmile, you can help us in our efforts to support home schoolers. More info can be found on the amazon smile FAQ page. Thanks for supporting us!
Participating in James River Home School Foundation DBA James River Eagles and James River Cobblestones programs or accessing the facilities that we utilize could increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. James River Home School Foundation in no way warrants that COVID-19 infection will not occur through participation in our programs or utilizing these facilities. If your family has someone immune compromised, you may want to consider taking the semester/season off.e co