I feel like there are a lot of resources for homeschooling young children and homeschooling high school, but what about those awkward middle school years? Middle schoolers are loud and say awkward things. Your seemingly intelligent child can no longer seem to function to do the most basic of tasks. Bodies are changing, hormones are raging, and yet, they are still little. These years are unique and special. How can we love our middle schoolers well and help them thrive in these transitional years?

Katie Dugdale is a child of God, lover of Christ, wife to an amazing man and mom to 4 beautiful kids. Her family has been homeschooling from the beginning and have just finished their twelfth year. It is a constant journey. Each of Katie’s kids was born in a different state. They have many chapters in their story, and Katie has several years of teaching experience through the public school system, homeschooling her own children, working with the church youth group, and teaching in local homeschool co-ops. Katie holds a degree in early childhood education from Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. She served on the board of directors of the Henderson County Homeschool Association for six years as activities director, treasurer and secretary. Katie now co-directs Classical Scholars Homeschool Co-op in Mills River, NC.

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