If your family is thinking about homeschooling, you are not alone…
Homeschooling gives you control over what your kids are learning.
- You are in charge of your child’s education. You pick the curriculum, the books, the activities, etc.
- You can build a safe and supportive learning environment, consistent with your values.
- You can tailor the education to suit your child’s interests and abilities.
- No CRT. No transgender inclusion. No questionable ‘educational’ materials.
- No hidden agendas. No meddling administrators. No school shootings.
- You can get a valuable education at an affordable price.
- You can be assured that the teachers will love your children.
Homeschooling builds virtue (not just knowledge).
- You can ensure that your children will get a distinctively Christian education.
- You can find Christ-centered materials that will incorporate a Biblical Worldview into every subject.
- Homeschool families love to learn things together and experience life together.
- “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6)
- Homeschooling allows you to bring your Christian values into the education process.
- It’s acceptable to teach your children to love God, Country, and Family.
Homeschooling lets you tailor the learning experience to your family.
- Homeschool families have the freedom and flexibility to do what they want, when they want.
- Flexible schedules can make room for a diverse set of activities – music, sports, specialty clubs, etc.
- Many homeschool support groups offer opportunities to take classes or do things together.
- Homeschoolers can take vacations during non-peak times and turn family outings into field trips.
- Homeschool materials (like the Christian Liberty Curriculum) can be adapted to support your child’s abilities and learning style.
- Homeschooling allows every family to develop and implement their own approach to learning
Homeschoolers outperform their peers in nearly every category
- Academic Achievement: Homeschoolers score 15 to 30 percentile points higher than public-school students on standardized tests. (source)
- College Completion: Homeschool students have a higher rate of finishing a 4-year degree. (source)
- Scholarships: Many colleges offer scholarships to attract homeschool students to their campus. (source)
- Interpersonal Skills: Homeschool students are cited as having better interpersonal skills and better able to relate to adults than their public school counterparts. (source)
- Family Relationships: Parent-student relationships are often closer and longer lasting in homeschool families.