Nurturing a Non-STEM Career Path

When a baby joins the family, it would seem as if every hope and dream of Mom and Dad is wrapped up in a 7-pound bundle of joy. As the child grows, his first steps, his first word, and yes, his first day of school are the content of a parent’s most precious memories. This […]

Why Go to College (while still in High School)?

When I wrote my last post, I talked about expanding on my newfound love for community colleges. As I mentioned then, I once was blind, metaphorically speaking, but now I see. Dual enrollment—the idea of taking college-level courses as a secondary (high school) student and getting both high school and college level credit for those […]

How to Create a High School Homeschool Transcript

After writing the post about completing high school for the third time, I had a number of people reach out to me saying, in essence, that this was their first time homeschooling high school and they were a bit nervous. Now on the other side of this journey–twice, I wonder why confident home educators become […]

10 Truths about Trusting God Over Our Homeschool

If I believe God to do what He says, I can rest, assured that… 1) The Lord has a plan for our homeschool (Jeremiah 29:11) 2) My child can learn even the most difficult subjects (Phil 4:13) 3) My child has unique gifts and talents that need the right environment to blossom (1 Corinthians 12) 4) […]

My Third Time Through High School

My last cycle of high school history with my last high schooler. I need a moment. The question, “So, what grade are you in?” is often an interesting one for a homeschooled kid. The truth is that we have been in 9th grade, with the exception of wrapping up 8th grade science and history. Grammar? […]

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