Homeschool grad Abby Ryan: “I loved being homeschooled.”
Learn about famous black homeschoolers both past and present, and their positive contributions to society.
Here are 10 homeschooled teen entrepreneurs who went on to become successful business owners.
Thomas Peters is the Founder/CEO of two companies dedicated to scalable, personal engagement via SMS, messaging and custom smartphone apps.
“I grew up homeschooled, stayed homeschooled, never was not homeschooled.” ~Billie Eilish
Wesley Skinner, a classically-trained performing cellist and teacher, is involved in a spectrum of genres including theater, rock, jazz, folk and bluegrass.
Free Burma Rangers tells the incredible true story of a homeschool family that risked everything to rescue oppressed peoples on the front lines of war.
If you, or anyone you know has a piano, they should have it tuned regularly by a skilled professional like Jedin Bianchi.
“When I am in an improvising mood . . . melodies burst from my fingertips.” ~ Alma Deutscher
Homeschooled teen inventor Matt Andersen II came up with a way to improve upon the design of Nerf darts.
Joanna Duka, co-owner of Brush & Nib in Phoenix, Arizona, is a homeschool graduate and talented calligrapher.
Meet 15 female homeschoolers who we believe live up to the standards of being “Forces for Change.”
Emily Bear is a 17-year-old composer and piano virtuoso who creates music that transcends genres.
Hilde Lysiak is a young investigative reporter who has received national attention for her reporting.
There are 23 homeschooled spellers participating in the 2019 Scripps National Spelling Bee!
Christy Tortland is a talented and creative illustrator. Her inspiration? Fantasy, folklore, science fiction, and mythology.
She graduated from high school a semester early and was offered a full ride basketball and academic scholarship to a small college in Boston!
Austin Frey is Texas A&M’s only married football player.
Spencer Kelly, 17-year-old owner of The Expedition Soap Company, markets more than 60 products including lotions, body butters, and bath bombs.
Zena’s interest in American Sign Language led to opportunities not just to assist others, but to make her mark as a student.
Alyssa Holguin, 16, is fighting a rare disease while inspiring others to never give up.
Here are ten homeschooled teens we’ve featured over the years, who have made a difference in the world.