All children are unique individuals with their own hopes, talents, anxieties, fears, passions, and aspirations. Raising the bar of individual and group achievements is at the heart of my families mission. Traditional schools continue to fail our individual students, because teachers often let students slip through the cracks. Homeschooling, meanwhile, is personal by design with my child’s best interest in mind.

Take a look at my 3-favorite things we love about home schooling!

“Truth vs Lies”

Having the proper involvement and control over what my child is learning as a parent and teacher is quite relieving. I have the opportunity to oversee and validate that she is learning based on our family beliefs in The Creator, and our family’s principles. Today’s school curriculums are tailored to European indoctrination.

See Bologne Univertsity History “In 1888 the eighth centennial of the University was celebrated, with a grand ceremony in which all the world’s universities convened in Bologna to honour the mother of all universities. Among the many challenges which it has met with success, the University is committed to the European dimension leading to the innovation of the university system.

“Peer Influence”

My daughter’s education began in public schools. Which also taught me how cruel children can be nowadays. She was bullied at such a young age and I saw the impact that outside influences had on her. Things that never mattered to her were suddenly relevant which had become disturbing to my child and myself as a parent. I knew we wouldn’t be able to endure these impressions much longer, so we knew home-schooling was a immediate necessity.

“Bible Banneded”

Deuteronomy 6:6-7 (KJV)

And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart:

And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.


Growing up in a Christian home there is no way I can sleep at night knowing my child will be educated in a place that doesn’t give my children the freedom to read and apply the bible. Just a little over 30 years ago “The 97th Congress of the United States publicly declared 1983 the national “Year of the Bible“. The bipartisan document known as Public Law 97-280, was signed on October 4, 1982 by Speaker of the House Thomas P. O’Neill, President of the Senate – Pro Tempore Strom Thurmond, and President of the United States Ronald Reagan.” Clearly this country has gotten off track. What is most important about homeschooling is being able to teach the most valuable information which is most favorable to my child.  My child would not get this treasured opportunity she went to public or private schools. I’ve been asked before why not just send her to a school that supports our lifestyle and beliefs, but for us that’s just simply not an option!  The best leadership and guidance is right in the comfort of our home! Plus, she enjoys her time with mommy.


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