Homeschool Socialization

Homeschooled students having terrible social skills is the most prevalent myth about homeschooling and is the most incorrect. Based on the curriculum, homeschooling allows students to interact with family, neighbors, and other members of the community while the public...

The Homeschooler’s Guide To College

There’s a misconception that homeschooled students have a lot of trouble getting into college. While this was true about 20 years ago, colleges are making the process of admissions just as simple and fair as it is for non-homeschooled students. Many colleges are...

Online Homeschooling Advantages

Each child has their own individual strengths and weaknesses when it comes to learning, so some students will benefit to homeschooling more than others. Explore some of the hidden advantages of online homeschooling and decide if online homeschooling is right for your...

The Benefits of Homeschooling

For centuries, parents have been taking their child’s education into their owns hands and homeschooling their children. In the past couple of decades, homeschooling has gotten more popular and has become a more acceptable alternative to traditional educational...

5 Biggest Myths About Homeschooling

Homeschooling has been around for hundreds of years. Still today, there are stigmas and myths about homeschooling despite the fact that it is more popular than ever before. Let’s dispel five of the most common myths about homeschooling, so you can make the best...

Why Parents Should Consider Homeschooling

  When it comes to homeschooling your children, there are so many benefits compared to sending them to public school and even private schools. As a parent, you want your children to have the best education that life has to offer, so they can have the tools they need...