By Katie Slavnik
Casual dinnertime banter between Cade Martin, an 11th grader from Chesterfield, and his father, originally sprang from Cade’s natural interest in history. Over time, these conversations evolved to include lively discussions about many topics such as current events and world politics. This eventually led Cade to get involved in [...]
Academic studies, whether facilitated by parents in the homeschool environment or in a more public forum, are time consuming, often leaving little room for more artistic endeavors. Yet passion combined with dedication can overcome even the tightest of schedules.
Born to a musical family, Parker McGuinn Gondella, now 15, has matured into [...]
Welcome to VaHomeschoolers’ new blog series One Homeschool Life! Each edition will highlight an inspiring homeschooler (or former homeschooler) we think you should hear about. This month we shine the spotlight on Tyler Phaup; a former homeschooler from Beaverdam, VA.
Tyler, 19, has always had a fascination with building things– a [...]