Simply put, a hybrid homeschool program allows homeschool parents to receive significant help from professional teachers as they school their children.
Typically, students meet with these teachers two days a week, and study at home the remaining three days a week.
Although some people might call cyber school a hybrid (the article below seems to blur the line at times), we find it most helpful to reserve the name “hybrid” for a service that has a physical location for classes.
Here is some information on hybrid homeschool from the news:
Breaden did traditional homeschooling for her children, but switched to The King’s Academy. “The great thing about this kind of system – they’re home with you,” she says. “But at the same time, (teachers) give you the basic structure of what you’re going to teach each day.”