Nehemiah and Gabrielle Juniel recently enrolled at Lone Star College-CyFair after being homeschooled. Their unique learning styles prompted their mother, Corie, to remove them from public school.
Alex and Mary Herlocker travel across the United States in an Airstream while homeschooling their kids. “Learning can happen in more ways than sitting at a desk, filling out worksheets that will eventually be forgotten and discarded,” said Mary.
9-year-old Alexandria Hamilton plans to hike the entire Appalachian Trail to raise money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Her mother, Amy, will homeschool her during the six-month adventure which starts in March 2019.
Bailey Hartman has graduated high school and earned her associates in arts degree from Catawba Valley Community College.
Hartman took advantage of the Career and College Promise Scholars program that allows North Carolina high school students to attend college full-time tuition free while still in high school.
According to Bailey’s mother, Dawn Hartman, the flexibility of the CCPS program is well-suited for homeschooling families.
Bailey plans to use the 63 college credits she’s earned towards a degree in nursing.
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Source: Hickory Record