Homeschool doesn't have to be hard...

Curriculum, classroom support, and training for homeschooling families in the Yakima area

Complying with the current mandate, masks are required in all HomeLink buildings.

  • In-person classes

    Advisors who are experts in their fields supplement your home schooling.

  • Testing services

    Know you are making progress in what you are teaching.

  • High School Transcript

    Students can receive accredited transcripts through our partner, North Atlantic Regional High School.

Contact us today 509-248-6388

The stakes are high

Your kids are worth it. We all know you cannot sacrifice your loved one's education.

At Homelink Yakima, we know the stakes are high - that's why our advisors are down-to-earth, in-depth, and holistic in helping you teach.

Take action today to make sure your student succeeds.

Getting started is easy

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    You contact us

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    You find the support your student's education needs

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    You secure your student's success

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HomeLink's Purpose is to assist families with homeschooling and to provide support, encouragement, accountability, and training that will enhance the parent's role as parent-teacher. HomeLink's mission is to provide suitable locations, resources, and Advisors that parents can depend on. HomeLink provides classes, projects, and direction for advancing the work of home education.

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April Thome

April founded HomeLink over 20 years ago and has over four-decades of service in education, working as a teacher, principal, advisor, consultant, and so much more.

Jim leads Homelink today and would be happy to connect you to the perfect teaching solution for your family.

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Jim Paine

Jim Paine

Jim serves as our Program Administrator and received a BA in Christian Education from Seattle Pacific University.  He previously served as a pastor with the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination for 30 years.  Jim and his wife, Nance, have two grown sons the youngest of which was homeschooled from 8th-12th grades.