Work and Homeschool

Can I Work From Home and Homeschool? YES!

As uncertainty about fall looms, we’re left wondering if schools will open, what that will look like, and how many people will once again be working from home. Many families who never planned to homeschool are now considering homeschooling and… read more


Is Homeschooling Becoming More Popular?

My aunt and uncle chose to homeschool their sons in the 1980s. The modern homeschooling movement was in its infancy and their decision was controversial. They needed help, so they attended a homeschool conference. At the time, the largest one… read more

Is a Homeschool Co-op Right for Your Family?

Socialization is widely considered to be a concern for families as they start home schooling. Alachua County and the surrounding areas are blessed to have an incredible level of support for home schooling, one that many other districts in Florida… read more

How To Keep Your Kids Learning Year Round

With most parents and children in Alachua County looking forward to the fast approaching summer, you may be wondering what home-schoolers do during this time. After all, we often brag about our flexible schedules, right? Well, summers are no different.… read more

Extracurriculars, Meet the Home-Schooler

Have you thought about or started home schooling, but worried about socialization or meeting academic demands? What about fearing your child may miss out on specific activities that you remember fondly during your school years? Fortunately, the Gainesville area is… read more

Avoiding the Homeschool Burnout

By Crystal Ladwig We don’t get to call in sick or take a personal day. We have crazy schedules involving multiple kids, multiple ages to teach, co-ops, sports, scouts, lessons, volunteering, church, managing the home and let’s not forget school.… read more

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