These are stories, opinions, advice, and insights of real homeschoolers. Most interviews were gathered through the In Their Words Project. Each author believes his or her story and perspective offers valuable insights into their educational experience. They want home educators and parents to read and benefit from their stories. Hopefully, their knowledge will allow other homeschools to avoid pitfalls, foresee obstacles, and prevent shortcomings.
All parents want the best for their kids, and my parents are no different. After a lot of thought and a lot of experience with the public-school system, they decided that the best thing for their kids was teaching them at home. My family is a Bible-centered Christian family that has done mission work since Read More »
Posted in Homeschool Voices on June 27, 2017
Every choice we make as parents feels significant. And some are probably even more important than the choice to homeschool. Just like every other important decision you’ve made, it comes after careful consideration, weighing the risk and benefits, and rigorous introspection to answer the gnawing question: “Can I even do this?” Even when you know Read More »
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 and I when Read More »