Your Student’s Math Struggles Are Not Their Fault

Math can bring out the worst in the best of students. It can undermine our confidence at any age! In this new age of digital learning, parents are discovering that their outwardly successful students are struggling. How do you evaluate math anxiety, fill gaps and...

Preparing for College

Does the thought of getting your student into college frighten you? One of the first questions beginning homeschoolers ask is “Can homeschooled students get into college?” The answer is yes. Homeschooled students can and do go to college. However, it does take...

Teaching AP Classes at Home

Successful AP test scores add oomph to your child’s college application while simultaneously earning them college credit. You can successfully prepare for AP tests at home, even without a co-op, and even without expertise in the subject. Come learn how to tackle these...

Homeschooling High School

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschoolers, causing them to question their competence. Debbie will show you how you can accomplish this challenging task. She will cover topics such as what to do before high school starts, what...

Writing across the Curriculum: The Approach that Works!

This class teaches how to intersperse writing through the curriculum for middle school and high school students for academic success. Cheryl R. Carter struggles to enjoy the now with her husband, children and friends. She, along with her husband, Derek, enjoys...