Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution is a feature-length documentary currently in post-production. They are asking the homeschool community, and supporters of this movement, to partner with them in spreading the message that homeschooling is good for students, good for families, and good for culture by bringing Schoolhouse Rocked to theaters nationwide. You can support the post-production needs through their Kickstarter project.
Hershey’s Homeschool Day is on Wednesday, October 17, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Bring your kids to The Hershey Story and discover all things Hershey — the man, his business, the town, and the chocolate — in an active, hands-on way! Our unique programs reach far beyond history to include economics, geography, science, math and reading. Tickets are $10 per person. More information about Hershey’s Homeschool Day and other homeschooling programs is available hersheystory.org. (HT: @HomeschoolingH)
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.
CATASAUQUA, PA., June 04, 2018 (PRWEB) — Bridgeway Academy Announces Launch of Innovative All in One Curriculum Kits for Homeschoolers. Designed to make homeschooling easier, more individualized, and enjoyable, Bridgeway’s All-in-One Grade Level Kits match a student’s learning style with the best in homeschool curriculum to keep kids motivated and ensure success. (Source)
In response to objections from the homeschool community about the parent-issued high school diploma form developed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education as required by last October’s changes to the law, the department has posted a much improved version of the diploma on its website.