The Sunny Mrs. Dorsey

The Sunny Mrs. Dorsey

Fall 2018 / by Sarah Hicks When I was in sixth-grade, my science teacher was Mrs. Dorsey. She had blonde hair that looked like cotton candy and a slightly mischievous glint in her eye. Mrs. Dorsey stood on her desk and sang memorization songs about mitosis while...
Homeschooling In the Midst of Suffering

Homeschooling In the Midst of Suffering

Fall 2018 / by Eric Pope As parents, we often want to shield our children from the painful conditions of our world. We regard ourselves as their guardians, their protectors. But unfortunately, there are times when our children inevitably witness sufferings that we...
He Said, She Said

He Said, She Said

Fall 2018 / by John and Amy Sloan What would happen if you asked a dad and a mom the same series of questions about their homeschooling? Would their perspectives be similar or different? My husband and I decided to take on this challenge! When did you first want to...
I See You, Little Homeschooling Momma!

I See You, Little Homeschooling Momma!

Fall 2018 / by Becky Seamon Are you tired of dry shampoo and yesterday’s leggings, praying that you understand today’s math problem, holding on to the wiggly soul while searching for something presentable to feed the starving, and having lessons half completed...
Five NCHE Scholarships Awarded

Five NCHE Scholarships Awarded

Fall 2018 / by Evelyn Bickley This year NCHE was able to award five scholarships! The scholarship categories were academic, arts, scholar-athlete, HINTS Community Service, and Apologia Missions and Ministry. The NCHE scholarship program was instituted in 1998 to...
Be Watchful, Dads

Be Watchful, Dads

Fall 2018 / by J. Mark Fox I remember when I was seventeen, driving my father’s Oldsmobile in Charlotte. I had gone with two high school friends to check out the university. I remember it like it was yesterday, driving down Independence Boulevard, feeling like I might...