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Meet the Barrete’s again. Did you missed them?

February 13th, 2015 | by Christie

So, the Barettes sent us another email and we will publish the second part of their story. Homeschool and education was never hard for them as they act together like a team.

One thing that is remarkable, and therefore most …

Meet the Barrete’s 

January 22nd, 2015 | by Christie

We continue to present you homeschooling success stories with a new family, the Barette’s.

Greetings from the Barrete household! 

Residing in the St. Louis, Missouri area, we have Home Schooled our five children since 1988. We currently have four children …

Homeschooling and the Bennes Family

December 1st, 2014 | by Christie

I present you another Email received from our good friend David, an experienced home-school parent.

We began homeschooling our five children in 1998. Our firstborn will be awarded a college degree in May and our youngest two have just begun …

Homeschooling Down Under & Liberstate Studios

November 11th, 2014 | by Christie

Letter received from a reader:

Homeschooling Down Under & Sutherland Studios


We first heard about home education in 1990, when our son Jerry was only 2, and we took to it immediately. It was (and still is) a very …

Strange perceptions about homeschooling

October 24th, 2014 | by Christie

The reactions that I get when I inform various humans that I am homeschooled never cease to astonish me. It is usually (non homeschooling) parents that make the most bizarre of remarks; common responses include: “Wow, how do your parents …

Be nice to homeschoolers

October 24th, 2014 | by Christie

Imagine if you could travel through time back to the dark ages. Most people 
were illiterate then (only priests were educated enough to read), and those 
who could read a book as we do would have to be extremely privileged …

First day back to school

October 24th, 2014 | by Christie

An essay by Abigail Stephens

I do not think will be a good year at school. I got Mrs. Cristens again. She teaches my Math class and Science class…And oh, would you believe it? She teaches my Art, English, History, …

College for homeschoolers?

October 23rd, 2014 | by Christie

Perhaps one of the more complicated exercises in homeschooling is that of gaining admittance to college.  While the process of actually sending in a college application is relatively simple, one seems to be expected to begin planning to submit college …

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