"Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind."
- I Peter 3:8 (ESV)
We believe that the best homeschool education is one where high academic standards are expected from those who are invested in each individual student’s personal goals, character development, and overall well-being. It is also about creating an atmosphere where our children can freely follow God’s direction and discover their individual interests and gifts, while building healthy relationships.
Because we believe the most personally invested teachers are parents, we dedicate ourselves to teaching and caring for our students while we provide them with quality academic and enrichment classes.
Learning with others provides opportunities for interesting class discussions, public speaking practice, and the synergy that comes from working in a group. We show our students respect by listening to them and encouraging their engaged contribution. We help to nurture them into confident, educated adults.
We are a diverse, but unified community of Christian homeschooling families. We love and support each other as we step out of our comfort zones to contribute our time and individual experience teaching, learning, serving, and growing together while helping to meet the academic goals we have for our children.
We have created interesting classes for secondary students and learning fun for the littlest ones. Our families keep that togetherness that is the hallmark of homeschooling. Each mom gets to contribute her special talents to bless others, and the setting provides opportunities for parents to pray together, support one another, and have fun together. This keeps the teaching and helping each week from being a burden! We believe that as homeschoolers we can do it alone, but we can often do it better together. Come join us!
We all come from strong families and solid individual homeschools, yet we have decided to pool our resources to offer a range of academic courses. The weekly classes and at-home coursework provide the accountability that keeps our students on track through the year. As parents, we hold onto our individual homeschool autonomy, deciding which courses will benefit our older students.
We believe that we, as parents, are the most invested teachers for our children. As they enter their middle school and high school years, we know our need for resources increases to provide them with upper level courses.