I Am the One

It pays to stay in school. Over a lifetime, a high school dropout working full-time will earn $300,000 less than a high school graduate, and more than $1 million less than a college graduate!

If your student wants to go to college this is an incredible resource that we just had to [...]

Machine Embroidered Diploma

Every once in a while we get suggestions for blog posts from the homeschooling community. This one was suggested by a reader and we loved it! It’s a diploma that you can make for your child’s graduation. So adorable!

Here is an excerpt from Kathy Pierce’s blog, The Sewing Spot:

Yes. Really. You can [...]

Homeschool Scholarship Deadline Approaches

Homeschooled students who will be attending college full-time in the 2011-2012 academic year, as well as current college freshman and sophomores with younger sibling(s) still homeschooling, are eligible for the KCI Homeschool Scholarship Essay Contest—and the entry deadline of February 28, 2011 is fast approaching!

The first place winner receives a $1,000.00 cash award; the [...]

Homeschooled in a truck; just graduated from Harvard

I was listening to NPR’s All Things Considered on a drive back from WCVE in Richmond, an NPR member station I work for part-time, and I was surprised to hear an unusual homeschooling story about a girl who was homeschooled by her mom, a long haul truck driver. Kerry Anderson began her post-homeschool college career [...]