The Environmental Interpretive Center welcomes families who pursue homeschool education of their children. The Center provides two field program options for homeschoolers. The first is an elementary homeschool program for children ages 5-11. This group meets once a month (on the third Monday of each month from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm) from September through […]
Homeschooler and Boy Scout, Ammon, is holding a Homeschool LEGO Fair and Book Collection Drive to benefit the Giving Library at UofM Mott Children’s Hospital. As a baby, he had open heart surgery there and received a book from the Giving Library. He still treasures it! For Ammon’s Eagle Scout Service Project, he wants to […]
What counts for high school credit? What are my high schooler’s options after graduation? Should I really homeschool my child through high school? These questions will be addressed and more! Tarla Gernert, founder of Homeschool Connections and HighPoint Hybrid, earned her B.S. Degree in Education at Liberty University and has taught in a variety of […]
HOME Prom is a celebration for current homeschool students in grades 9-12 and age 14-19 years old. Held at the Palazzo Grande (54660 Van Dyke Ave – Shelby Twp. 48306). Doors open at 6:00, buffet dinner served at 6:45, and Prom ends at 11:00. Registration open through April 15th or until maximum of 240 students […]
Registration is open: get signed ASAP for the Spring Homeschool Archery League Regreg.fh.gov . Search for archery and make sure you select the Spring homeschool option.