Becoming Limitless: Saying No to an Education System That Tried to Squelch Me

Posted in In Their Words on May 8, 2017

Classroom of children from Pink Floyd's The Wall

A college professor once asked me to write an essay about a time in our lives that our opinion of education changed drastically, or began to be shaped into what it is today. I told her a story of a child, who was made to feel that she was inconvenient, just because she was different. Read More »

We Didn't Want to Admit It, But We Were Jealous of Homeschoolers

Posted in In Their Words on April 27, 2017

I met my homeschooled boyfriend at a spelling bee

Of course, I was jealous of homeschooled kids. I would never have admitted it at the time. It wasn't until I started dating my first boyfriend that I realized it was jealousy. But I still ignored it. My first boyfriend homeschooled K-12. On our first date, we were in 9th grade. He Excelled at What Read More »

Homeschool Alumni Inverview: "I was raised with no knowledge of the world around me"

Posted in Homeschool Voices on April 5, 2017

Trybal Wolf homeschool alumni interview

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 »

Homeschool Alumni Interview: Plug into the right places

Posted in Homeschool Voices on April 5, 2017

Homeschool Alum Interview from North Greenville University

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 »

Homeschool Alumni Interview: "My parents completely neglected my education"

Posted in Homeschool Voices on April 5, 2017

In Their Words Interview - Homeschool Neglect

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 »