Aleteia has a list of 14 famous people who were homeschooled. The list includes people like the first female Supreme Court Justice of the United States (Sandra Day O’Connor) and teen heartthrobs, The Jonas Brothers.
Hip Homeschool Moms announced their latest educational excursion, HEART Niagara Falls, in June and time is running out to register. Homeschool Enrichment Adventure Road Trips are a way for the Hip Homeschool Moms community to get together and take an educational vacation. Hotels, meals, excursion tickets, and even tips are all included in the price. Space is limited so register today at HipHomeschoolMoms.com
ENOCH of New Jersey announced a one-day family conference in their July newsletter. The featured speaker will be Israel Wayne, a well-know speaker at Christian homeschool conferences. A children’s program will be provided at the conference. The event will take place on October 27, 2018. More details will soon be available on ENOCH’s Facebook page and website.
V. M. Jenkins’s newly released On That Day is a hilarious story of a spirited young girl new to homeschooling who attends her brother’s Bible study with mixed results. On That Day is available for purchase now at all major online and brick-and-mortar booksellers.
The Coalition for Responsible Home Education published an in-depth article covering homeschool immunization requirements for all 50 U.S. states. Homeschoolers are encouraged to find out what the legal requirements are for your state.
The H.E.A.R.T. of the Wiregrass Homeschool Expo will be held on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at Hillcrest Baptist Church in Enterprise, AL. From 9 am to 5 pm, homeschooling families can learn from over 60 exhibitors about local educational resources, curriculum, and more.
Homeschoolers are invited to the Plumb Memorial Library in Shelton, CT for the Homeschool STEAM Club. The club will meet on Tuesday, July 17th at 12 p.m. The monthly program is for homeschooled preschool and elementary-aged children. Registration is required for this event.
Irish pop star Samantha Mumba appeared on Loose Women (a lunchtime chat show on ITV similar The View) and told the panel that she plans to homeschool her daughter while living in the United States because the American education system “doesn’t appeal [her]”.