After 2 successful seasons of volleyball, the 2020 Covid season stopped us in our tracks. However, we are planning on picking up where we left off ! What a season the MS and JV girls have had.  Coach Hannah and Coach Margaret have done an incredible job with these girls.  Looking forward to post season tournament play. #RUNWITHTHEPACK


 After our abbreviated 2020 season, HALO was looking forward to another exciting new season of boys and girls soccer ! As the only accredited homeschool soccer program in the area, we take great honor in being a part of GAPPS. Because of this, our athletes are given an accelerated schedule where we are able to play against the top schools in the area (public and private) as well as being able to take part in the state playoffs! With our D-class coaches leading our teams, we carried our past success to new heights.  Our Middle School, Varsity Girls, and Varsity Boys teams all won the GAPPS State Championship!!!!  Co,ach Brad, Coach Nancy, and Coach Baxter did a tremendous job with the teams.

Cross Country 2021

This year marks our 11th year as a program and our very first year offering Cross Country! We are thrilled to be adding this to our retinue of sports for homeschool students. We have a licensed coach who has had years of coaching as well as running. Please let us know ASAP if you are interested in Running With The Pack! We can't wait to see you out there. 


Our 2020-2021 MS Boys finished by making the GAPPS State Championship game.  They finished with an overall record of 15-5.  What a great year of seeing the boys grow and become a true team.  They were by a trio of players.  Henry Rumble, Eli McIlvain, and Luke Robinson.  Jacob McIlvain and Samuel Autry also heavily contributed to the success of the season.  Every team member made contriubutions and scored.  Jax VanDeMark scroed a career high, Ki VanDeMark gained valuable time and experience, and Zach Grogan routinely scored when given a chance.

2021-2022--The team looks to carry on the success from last season.  There have been a couple of personel losses to due moves and getting older, but we have reloaded with some incoming talent that we hope will push us over the top.  Thompson VanDeMark will lead this team again and does an amazing job getting the best out of each individual.


The 2020-2021 JV season was one of the best the Wolfpack has seen in a long time.  The team played with passion, fire, and love for each other and the game.  This JV group went 12-8 for the season, but is looking to improve on that.  

Jason McIlvain takes over for David Mafe (moved to CO) and is looking at a roster that is full of potential.  Having 3 new players and 5 returners as well another 3 that move up from MS provides a great deal of optimism.


While the 2020-2021 season was not what was hoped for there is great hope for the upcoming season.  The team finished 5-20.  Highlights from the season:  Rett VanDeMark scored his 1000th career point early in the season and finished with just shy of 1600 career points.  We aveneged a big loss from the year before against the Easley Guardians in the Palmetto Home School Championships first round.  Overall the team grew together.  

2021-2022--Hope springs eternal in Wolfpack country.  We return 90% of our scoring and 85% of our rebounding from last year.  We have added a skilled point guard to the mix, which will enable Rett VanDeMark and Matthew Roberts to what they do well.   The addition of Levi Rumble (leading scorer from the JV team last year), Will Hornsby (leading rebounder from the JV team), and Caleb Stockdale (2nd leading scorer on the JV team) will really bolster the roster.