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GREENHOUSE: Nurturing Home Education in North Carolina and Beyond
13 Aug 2014

Why would anybody in their right mind homeschool their children?

6 Aug 2014

What shall we do with online classes?

30 Jul 2014

“Learning is not attained by chance.

23 Jul 2014
It’s that time of year. Suddenly you no longer care about the Cheerios on the floor, the workbooks begging for attention in their little pile, or how many Latin verbs your teenager can conjugate. You have reached the end of the school year, and despite how many unchecked tasks and goals may remain on your monthly planner, nature is telling you to pause and seek renewal
16 Jul 2014

Each year I look forward to attending NCHE’s homeschool c

9 Jul 2014

In May NCHE held its thirtieth annual conference in Winston-Salem.

2 Jul 2014

People Are Different

25 Jun 2014

We’ve been busy surveying the Internet for websites that you will enjoy.

18 Jun 2014

“It’s a good thing for kids to have daddies.

11 Jun 2014

As fathers and husbands, we are called not only to provide for our families but also to protect t

4 Jun 2014

I want to express the gratitude I have to the Lord Who allowed me to have these eighteen years at

28 May 2014

21 May 2014

Finishing the homeschool race well means finishing.

14 May 2014

Once you have chosen an achievement test and administered it, the final step of the annual proces

7 May 2014

Upon a life I have not lived,
Upon a death I did not die,

30 Apr 2014

Imagine asking a doctor, “Do we need doctors?” or a fire fighter, “Do we need fire fighters?” or a museum curator, “Do we need curators?” Of course each would answer, “Yes!” There is a certain subjectivity with an answer framed from the self-interest of continuing their careers, isn’t there? Even though that is obvious, nevertheless, when we stop and look at the question objectively, we agree that there really is a need for doctors, fire fighters and curators.

23 Apr 2014

There is one question that every homeschool parent dreads.

16 Apr 2014

We started this journey eighteen years ago.

9 Apr 2014

One of the best parts of the role of president is that I get to represent an organization with a

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2 Apr 2014

You are facing extraordinary challenges, regardless of how easily your kids are learning.

26 Mar 2014

I don’t know about you, but I find myself beginning every school year with goals parallelin

Cabarrus Stallions 2013 Boys Soccer State Champions
19 Mar 2014

The 2013 NCHEAC Boys Soccer State Championship was held in Winston-Salem, October 18-19 at the Sa

Raising Renaissance Kids image
12 Mar 2014

When I was growing up, many of the families I knew had pizza night and game night

5 Mar 2014

Not everyone has the time to survey the Internet to find informative, fun, and educational websit

How to Choose an Achievement Test image
26 Feb 2014

Many parents have questions about which achievement test would best fit their students.

2013 NCHEAC Varsity Girls Volleyball State Champions (Asheville Trailblazers)
19 Feb 2014

Three athletic programs—Asheville, Greensboro and North Wake—claimed a state title at

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12 Feb 2014

There is nothing more heart wrenching than sitting across the table from a Christian couple who w

5 Feb 2014

The youth education program of NC Cooperative Extension, 4-H, is based at NC State and NC A&T

Elissa Dawson Will Attend UNC on Diving Scholarship banner
1 Feb 2014

Elisabeth Andrews Dawson (Elissa) is the daughter of Mark and Robin Dawson of Durham. Elissa has been homeschooled all her life. She is a national level diver who has been diving for eight years on club teams. Elissa received scholarship offers from UNC, Duke, Kentucky and Tennessee and signed her National Letter of Intent to dive for UNC.

29 Jan 2014

Achievement testing is the educational topic most likely to incite questions and concerns among homeschoolers. Homeschool parents have questions about the nature of achievement testing and why some states require testing for homeschoolers. Many parents also become concerned that their children pass their grade at the end of the year. Given these concerns and questions, it is no wonder that some parents become quite contentious altogether about the topic!

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