Homeschooling Blog

Jun
08

2019 Scholarship Winner – Garrett Grosso

Posted by debbie in Uncategorized


WHO is proud to present the 2019 Emmett Comer Scholarship Winner – Garrett Grosso Here is his winning essay: I am a homeschooled student. I proudly own this title since I know what my family has sacrificed to make this possible. I also know what I have gained through this educational experience. There are so

Mar
12

Regina Caeli Academy Hybrid Education Information Session!

Posted by debbie in Advertising


Are you desiring a stellar education, and loving environment in the Catholic Tradition for your children? Come join our exciting mission to form the next generation of Catholics! Regina Caeli Academy assists homeschoolers by providing a classical, hybrid education in the Catholic tradition. We currently have locations in 13 cities and 8 states an are

May
24

2018 Emmett Comer Scholarship Winner Rebecca Gelzer

Posted by debbie in Uncategorized


How would my life be different today if I had never been homeschooled? As homeschooling is all I have ever experienced in my education, I can’t say for certain. But I can predict several things: I would not have the deeply rooted relationships I have with my dad, mom, brother, and sister; I would not

Apr
07

Washington 4-H International Exchange

Posted by debbie in Advertising, Uncategorized


What are you planning for this summer? Washington 4-H International Exchange is hosting youth delegates from Japan and South Korea this summer. We’re looking for families that would like to gain a global perspective by sharing their home with an international delegate. The host family commitment is July 22 – August 17. No special activities are

Nov
21

Homeschool BINGO

Posted by Jen Garrison Stuber in Homeschool Humour


Here’s a printable .pdf of the Homeschool Holiday BINGO card. Possible game rules: 1) Play as BINGO, with the first family member to make a BINGO declared the winner. 2) Play as Bug-me-Bucks. Set a value for each square (say, $1.00), and at the end of the night, collect from the spouse whose family you