Site Map

Homeschool Fact:
An estimated 2,340,000 K-12 children were home educated in the U.S. during 2009-2010.

Contact Info
If you need to contact us, please us the WebSupport Contact Form

Isn't homeschooling just for religious fanatics?

People from many different walks of life have chosen to homeschool their children. Homeschooling has become much more common in recent years, and many people today have personally known of someone who has homeschooled. The growth in homeschooling reflects the belief that homeschooling is a wonderful way for parents to pass on their personal beliefs to their children as well as provide a quality educational experience. Some of the benefits of homeschooling include individualized instruction, character development, flexibility of schedules and the opportunity for students to develop areas of talent or interest.

In recent years, many types of programs have developed to provide additional experiences for homeschoolers such as support groups, co-ops, programs provided by museums, community centers, recreation departments and libraries. Many of these programs are offered to students regardless of personal beliefs, and focus on the delivery of quality experiences for homeschooled students.

Homeschool girl reading