Homeschool Success Stories
It is always fun to read about homeschoolers succeeding in diverse areas of life and doing incredible things! All of these articles involve some type of homeschool success story.
History is being made at this year's National Spelling Bee. Edith Fuller beat 52 competitors in the 2017 Green Country Regional Spelling Bee in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The 5-year-old correctly spelled the word "jnana," which is a term for "knowledge" in Indian philosophy and religion. Edith correctly spelled the words "Panglossian," "Baedeker," and "sarsaparilla" in order Read More »
Adam Kulju is a 13-year-old homeschooler from Thornhill, Ontario. Because he wanted to devote more time to music, he transitioned from public school to homeschool. He spends at least 4 hours a day practicing and composing music. He has a YouTube channel that documents astounding progress. At 8 years old Lady Gaga Poker Face Original Read More »
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Erin Forbes, a homeschooled student and teen author. Erin published her first novel, Fire & Ice: The Elementals (Volume 1), on October 15, 2016. She has already hosted her first book signing, and has two more planned during December. I love chatting with successful homeschoolers and learning their habits, Read More »
One of the greatest benefits to homeschooling is the freedom and structure it provides. Many talented young individuals homeschool solely to devote more time to their talents and passions. This year's winner in the strings category of the National Music Competitions for Young Artists (NAMCYA) was Misha Romano, a 17-year-old from Diplong City. After becoming one of eight Read More »
"Tonight, we have made history. We have elected the youngest serving MPP in Ontario history." (Img source: Twitter) Only 19-years-old, Sam Oosterhoff was just elected as the youngest ever Member of Ontario's Provincial Parliament (MPP). Oosterhoff didn't just win the election, he won by a landslide. His winning vote percentage was the highest in the past five elections with 54% Read More »