The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine would like to honor a few homeschoo l
graduates and their parents and families for their accomplishment in
completing their high school studies. Of course, this is just a tiny samplin g
of the homeschool graduates across the United States and around the worl d
who are a credit to their families and homeschooling. Our space is very l imited
here, but we invite you to send us the name, picture, and testimony of your ho me-school grad to be posted on our website at www.TheHomeschoolMagazine.com
(where our space is not so limited) and to be considered for publication her e in a
future issue. Visit the Homeschool Alumni page on our website for mor e details.
Congratulations, graduates, and may God bless each of you as you follow H is calling
and find His purpose for your life!
Photographer: Scott Maxwell I Agency: Dreamstime
I was homeschooled from 1st to 12th grade
(starting back in 1987!), graduated homeschooling in 2000, and graduated from Berea
College (Berea, KY) in 2004. I’m an author,
artist, and entrepreneur, and I currently live
in Lexington, KY. I was thankful to be home-
schooled because of the independence and empowerment homeschooling creates.
I was homeschooled from kindergarten to
12th grade and enjoyed every single
s econd of it! Homeschooling allowed me
t o participate in many hobbies and activi-t ies, such as flute, designing web pages,
k arate, and writing. Certainly one of the
b est aspects of homeschooling was spending so muc h time with
my family. I currently attend college online, and I am majoring
in middle grades education. God blessed me with parents who
were willing to spend their time teaching me, and I am forever
I was homeschooled all through my school
years. I am so thankful for that. Homeschooling
is definitely the way to go! I enjoy photography, needlework, camping, geocaching,
being with my family, blogging, reading,
traveling, and using Photoshop® Elements.
This fall, I am helping my aunt take care of her two f oster children
for several months. After that, “I do not legitimately sustain a
conceptualization of my contiguous prospects!” I hope to always
follow the Lord’s direction and guidance.
S ince graduating in 2006 (a year early) I’ve
b een attending a local community college
o n my way to getting a degree in English
and journalism. My utmost dream currently
is to become a copy editor for a local
publishing house. I am looking to transfer
to OSU in another year and can’t wait to see w hat else God has in
store for my life.
I am 16 years old and am finished with
homeschooling! I’m glad that the Lord
allowed my parents to homeschool me and
give me a Christian education. Being homeschooled in a Christian family, I was able to
grow spiritually with the Christian
curriculum and studying Bible verses for Aw ana. I am working
with the elderly, but it is my desire to become a nanny. I desire to
lead children to the Gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.
Ihave have been homeschooled all my life.
B eing homeschooled allowed me to do
w hat I needed to do in my life. Now grad-u ated, I plan to further my education by
h elping teach my seven younger siblings,
continuing my writing through my blog
( www.superangelsblog.com) and Growing i n Grace magazine
( www.growingingraceonline.com), and learning more through
living everyday life. I’ll always be keeping God’s will and plan
for my life first and foremost, going where He leads me along
with my parents’ guidance.