In Their Words
In Their Words is an ongoing project designed to share insights, wisdom, stories, advice, and experiences about education. These articles and interviews and the voices of homeschool alumni, public school alumni, educational professionals, and others. The vision of In Their Words is to create a library of perspectives, to celebrate the voices of diversity, and to influence future generations. There is no agenda or censorship here—these voices are pure and real. Click here to share your story.
Hello, my name is Trybal Wolf (sorry, preferred name. I am sure more on that will be presented later.) I am a 21 year old white male. I currently reside in East Lansing, Michigan. I have no religious affiliation to speak of, am gay and in a closed relationship, and have 9 years of combined Read More »
My name is Stuart Floyd. I am a single, straight, 22-year-old Christian (Southern Baptist) white male who lives in Greenville County, SC. I have no kids. I have no debt and my annual income is somewhere between $25-40k. I was homeschooled with one sister who was 2.5 years younger than me. My parents are still Read More »
I am a 23 year old woman. I live with my parents and two younger brothers, who are 21 and 19. We are all Independent Baptists, both by the way we were raised and by choice. We’re a middle class family, living in the Virginia suburbs outside of Washington D.C.My family began homeschooling my brothers Read More »
My name is Justin Dew. I’m 23 male, agnostic, and I live by myself. I’m live in Michigan. I graduated high school in 2012. You can find me on Twitter and a Instagram. I homeschooled from Kindergarten, which I started when I was seven, until Junior Year in High School, which started when I was Read More »
Luke is a 22-year-old, middle-class, Caucasian male from the southeastern United States. He has several athletic achievements, before college (in club competition) and during his college career. Academically he earned several places on his university’s dean’s list. Luke was homeschooled all the way through, K-12. He reported that his homeschooling method/philosophy was eclectic (eclectic method). He Read More »