Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to the next. - GKChesterton

You Can Do It Alone

Since my daughter, Olivia, was born five years ago, I knew I desperately wanted to homeschool her. I was mortified at the options available in my local school system, and my daughter’s safety was of my highest concern. Once I was able to arrange to work from home, I began to diligently gather materials, so I could teach her basic preschool subjects from home. Many people asked questions like, “Why isn’t she in preschool?” “How will she be socialized?” “How do you know what to teach her?” I tackled each question armed with the knowledge I had acquired from research into homeschooling.

Where God Guides, He Provides

When my husband and I discussed having children, we always knew that we would homeschool them. As a child, I had always enjoyed playing school with my dolls and little sister. The opportunity to teach my children at home seemed like a dream, almost too good to be true!

You Graduated. What’s Next? Pursue Your Dreams with Diligence

On behalf of the NCHE board of directors, I offer congratulations to our graduates! A common question directed to graduates is, “What’s next after you graduate?” Your answers may include: college or trade school, become a missionary, work, start a business, join the military, do a GAP year activity, or even get married. As you graduate and take the next steps toward your dreams, I want you think about having big dreams, I want you to know what biblical success for those dreams looks like, and I want you to follow God’s Word on how you should pursue those dreams.