This being our first go-round at applying to colleges, I am no expert. What is that saying? Everyone's life is either an example or a warning? *Ahem* Anyway, our oldest turned 18 recently, and she is certainly our guinea pig in all things education and parenting. She has applied "early action" to several schools … Continue reading Lessons I’m Learning from our First College Application Experience
Lee Binz, The Home Scholar, has a great list of high school level literature appropriate for the Christmas season. See the list below, or hop on over to her post to see the whole article, including a link to way to use Christmas events as high school credit.
Just like I can't believe it is August already, I can't believe we are entering the 2015-2016 school year! Just yesterday I was a little kid thinking I'd be ancient in the year 2000 (31! Old as the dinosaurs!), and now I really am ancient and it's 2015. 🙂 I expect George Jetson to … Continue reading 2015-2016 Curriculum
2014-2015 will be my 12th official year of homeschooling. I didn't think that was a big deal, until this summer when sitting with other mothers from our Classical Conversations group. They are a younger group for the most part, and there were some ooohs and aaahs during introductions when I said how long we had been … Continue reading What we are using this year: 11th grade