In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cape Cod Christian Academy, a nonprofit hybrid school, was formed to meet the need of families seeking a different educational option for their children, especially after students had been forced to suddenly shift to remote learning. Through the remote-learning process, many parents recognized the benefits of homeschooling, including being able to: have more time for imparting their faith and values, provide a safe environment, and cater the curriculum to the child's interests and needs. In fact, according to a RealClear national poll from May of 2020, 40% of parents were more likely to choose homeschooling. Homeschooling allows flexibility and creativity. Parents can tailor their child's education to meet the child's individual needs, but planning a curriculum can be daunting. Cape Cod Christian Academy supports parents by providing the curriculum, lesson planning, and teaching support parents need to be confident in their choice to homeschool. Cape Cod Christian Academy is not considered a private school by the state of Massachusetts, but a tutorial service to home schoolers. Cape Cod Christian Academy began accepting its first students in the summer of 2020, and it received its 501(c)(3) determination on September 8, 2020. Cape Cod Christian Academy is under the oversight of a board of directors.