Oct 3, 2017 Close ESPN Senior Writer Senior writer for ESPN.com Spent seven years at the Los Angeles Daily News Close ESPN Staff Writer Basketball recruiting insider. Joined ESPN in 2014. Graduate of University of Delaware. LaVar Ball plans on pulling his son, LaMelo, out of Chino Hills High School and will home-school him for LaMelo’s final two years before college.
In his new book, Know Who You Are—Live Like It Matters: A Homeschooler’s Interactive Guide to Discovering Your True Identity, Tim Tebow shares some of the struggles he faced while being homeschooled.
Tebow recently stated in an interview with CCM Magazine that “wondering at times what I was missing out on,” was one of the most difficult things about being homeschooled.
The 2007 Heisman Trophy recipient had a short career as an NFL quarterback and currently plays for the Columbia Fireflies, a Minor League Baseball team associated with the New York Mets.
The book is targeted at middle-school-age homeschoolers and is currently available on Amazon and other locations.
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When it comes to his daughter North West, Kanye West has it all figured out. North isn’t even school age yet, but West knows exactly what he and wife Kim Kardashian plan to do for North. According to West, they plan to homeschool North. West reveals these plans on Big Sean’s new track “Blessings,” which features Drake and Kanye. On the track, West spits about North West and his plans for the future.
Olympic gold medalist and Alpha Omega Academy graduate Sage Kotsenburg returned to competition last weekend during the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado.
The 21-year-old who resides in Park City, Utah, finished in 5th place in men’s snowboard slopestyle, the same event in which Kotsenburg won an Olympic gold in Sochi last year. Of Sage’s three runs in the finals, his best score was 83.33. Mark McMorris won the event with a score of 96.0. The Canadian also won the big air snowboard event at this year’s X Games.
Palmer Luckey’s parents homeschooled him and his three sisters. In doing so, they encouraged them to pursue their passions. He studied Italian opera and trained to be a singing gondolier for tourists. He played golf, at least before another kid hit him in the face with a club, fracturing his jaw and leaving a deep scar on the most distinctive chin to roam Los Angeles since Jay Leno. And he became an expert on enough disparate topics to become something of a polymath.