Tag: graduate

Fasting: Student Edition, by Jentezen Franklin

Libbi’s Nonfiction Book Review Do you want to supercharge your relationship with God, and make your spiritual life come alive? Then Jentezen Franklin’s Fasting: Student edition is the book for you. With helpful, and biblical insights, Jentezen makes this book a spiritual (and physical) renovator. Fasting is often overlooked, or, more honestly, ignored. No one likes […]

Homeschool Graduate Receives $80,000 Scholarship

Mesa, AZ – Nikelle Mackey, a 22-year-old Mesa Community College Art student, was recently awarded the Presidential Scholarship at Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL. She was ranked in the top one percent and selected out of 1400 total applicants. The Presidential Scholarship, the highest award given at Ringling College, will provide […]

Leanne Albillar

Leanne Marie Albillar is a talented young lady with a unique combination of leadership skills and creative ability. She was born in Richmond, Virginia, but grew up on a ranch in the Arizona desert. An only child, she was raised in a nurturing environment with the undivided love and attention of her parents, who homeschooled […]

Peter Olsen

Peter Olsen, one of our regular Homeschooling Teen contributors, graduated on May 13 from Paradise Valley Community College with Highest Distinction as a member of the Honors Program and Phi Theta Kappa. Peter received both an Associate in Arts degree and a certificate in Web Design. He is also enrolled at Mesa Community College where […]

A Homeschooler’s Guide to Paradise Valley Community College

By Peter Olsen, Class of 2011 If you’ve been homeschooled all your life and have never set foot in a classroom, it can be a little intimidating going to college for the first time. For this reason I think a community college is a good place to start, because it’s not such an abrupt change […]

Susanna Dart

Susanna Felicitas Dart was one of two student speakers at the Paradise Valley Community College graduation ceremony held on Friday, May 13, 2011. Susanna is a Presidents’ Scholar who maintained a 4.0 GPA and graduated with High Distinction as a member of Phi Theta Kappa and Honors. She received both an Associate in Arts degree […]

HSLDA Fights for Homeschooled Military Enlistees

Homeschool News from Millie… Praise the Lord. This month I would like to share a wonderful e-mail my mother received from HSLDA. Here I will post some of the main sections of that e-mail: It is well known that homeschool graduates have served their nation with distinction-as past presidents, as members of state legislatures, and in […]

Pajama School – stories from the life of a homeschool graduate

PAJAMA SCHOOL – stories from the life of a homeschool graduate Do you get to wear your pajamas to school? Do you have recess or snow days? What about socialization? Like many homeschoolers, Natalie Wickham has heard dozens of questions like these – from curious bystanders, parents considering homeschooling their children, and even homeschool parents. […]