I’d like to follow-up with a few notes to anyone asking the same questions.
I took Mr. Olawole's advice and made a few phone calls to Business Incubators at local Universities. I described my business and asked the person on the other end if they could point me to a talented web developer willing to work on a contingency basis.
One thoughtful person guided me to an online book by Bill Aulet, called Disciplined Entrepreneurship. I devoured the book in 8 hours, and learned my fears had nothing to do with money. I was not ready to hire a web designer.
The book helped me realize I must first intuit a website based on the emotional and social behavior of my primary customers. I do not need be concerned about competition and talking about my business if I design a website focused on what makes my business uniquely different and beneficial to my target customers.
I am clearer about why I felt stuck. The online schools and the homeschooling community I though could be financial partners were actually Influencers. I have a lot to do before I feel ready to approach people who could get the word out about my offering on Social Media.
The person I spoke with also suggested I approach Graduate Students in design programs to help me build a prototype website. He said a prototype would allow me the luxury of time to edit copy, renovate and test the website, and would save me a boat-load of cash when it was ready for the professional touch.