Is Homeschooling Unfair to Other Children?

By Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. The Context Do parents unfairly advantage their children by paying for private schooling, reading aloud to them at bedtime, or homeschooling them? Just when you thought you (as a parent) were doing something good, philosophers construe it to be...

Letterboxing at Home School Day at the State Capitol

Once again, we will hide a letterbox for the students to locate at Home School Day at the State Capitol. Last year, we hid one in honor of Indiana’s Civil War Governor, Oliver Morton.   Our students learned about him and his statue that is located that is located...

2016 TeenPact Information

Bring your 8-12 yr. olds to Indianapolis for a One Day interactive field trip–TeenPact Indiana! At TeenPact, you and your kids will experience a fun, fast-paced day at the Indiana Statehouse. Explore the three floors, atriums, and rotunda on a scavenger hunt of your...

How to Homeschool During the Holidays

    You’ve settled into a good routine for the year; the schedule has been tweaked and really works. Then, late November happens and the fun, chaos and busyness begins. You are not alone if you wonder how to homeschool during the holidays. There are...

Meet Your New Region 8 Representatives

Doug and Tina currently live in Dearborn County with their 9 children, ages 1-14.  They started homeschooling with their oldest and never looked back.  Tina is originally from Germany and married Doug when he was stationed there while in the Army.  Doug is currently...

New Region 14 Reps

      Meet your new Region 14  Representatives Jeremiah and Amanda Alexander Jeremiah and Amanda Alexander live in Hancock County have been homeschooling for five years. Jeremiah works as an accountant within his family’s business, while Amanda stays...
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