The Math around You

The Math around You

Fall 2020/ Alexa Carter Despite popular opinion, math is not a creation of evil masterminds plotting the demise of students and mothers everywhere. I often get the feeling from comments I hear and read that many people think that math isn’t a natural part of our...
College Admissions for Homeschoolers

College Admissions for Homeschoolers

Fall 2020/ Dr. George Gately Jr. In this article, I have given three recommendations to help your homeschool student gain admission to a college-of-choice. First, let me tell you how my interest developed and was strengthened. One recent May, I was privileged to be...
Spotlight: Foreign Language

Spotlight: Foreign Language

Fall 2020/ NCHE interviews homeschool mom and Spanish tutor Pilar Johnson NCHE: Pilar, you are a homeschooling mom and a Spanish tutor. You are married to Doug, and you have two children. Tell us a little more about yourself! I was born in Mexico City. I am an...
Questioning Your Choice

Questioning Your Choice

Fall 2020/ Diane Helfrich             You’ve now been homeschooling for a while, and you have hit a wall. You are asking, “Did I do the right thing? Am I ruining my child’s life? Can I really do this long-term? Why am I not as far along with lessons...
Supporting Struggling Readers

Supporting Struggling Readers

Fall 2020/ Sandra Peoples  One fall Friday night during my senior year of high school, I cheered for my friend Wes who was playing tight end. “Go 98!” I yelled. My friend in the bleachers next to me said, “Who is 98? There’s no 98 on the...