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Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Flames a Christian organization?
Yes. All Flames teams and activities are governed by policies based on Biblical principles. We seek to provide a positive, Christ-centered environment in which homeschooled children can play sports and build lifelong friendships.
Must my children be homeschooled to participate?
Yes. The Flames serves the homeschool community, and players must be homeschooled to participate.
Who is considered homeschooled?
A child is homeschooled if he or she is actively homeschooled in compliance with Virginia law. Generally, this requires a family to have filed a Notice of Intent to homeschool or claimed religious exemption. In addition, a child must be actively studying at home, and not be considered a high school graduate. A child is not considered homeschooled simply because he or she is not enrolled in a public or private school.
What sports does Flames offer?
Basketball, cross country, soccer, and volleyball.
Can my children join even though they have no experience?
Absolutely. Many homeschooled children join the Flames with no experience. We offer youth development clinics to help teach the fundamentals to new players.
Can my children join even though they do not live in Warren County?
Absolutely. The Flames is for any homeschool family.
Who do the Flames play?
The Flames plays other homeschool programs and private schools within about an hour’s drive of Front Royal.
Do you offer fundraising opportunities to cover registration fees?
Yes. Many families cover a portion of their registration fees through our fundraisers, which include bake sales, bowl-a-thons, and car washes.
What social activities do you offer for Flames athletes?
Fostering friendships is a central part of the Flames’ mission, and we offer numerous opportunities for players to socialize, including roller-skating parties, bonfires, bowling nights, and a homecoming dance.