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Jamie Gaddy, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. has been an education professor for over 17 years. She is also a pastor’s wife, freelance writer, and entrepreneur who now homeschools four of her six children (ages 9-15) in a sweet tea sippin’, wrap around porch sittin’, sweet southern Georgia town. Jamie is also a contributing author at Online Education for Kids and MomSCHOOL

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College Scholarships Ending 4th Quarter 2016

Scholarships with December 2016 Deadlines  10 Words or Less Scholarship Sponsor: StudentScholarship.org Amount: $500 Closing Date: December 1, 2016 Description: Scholarship is open to students between the ages of 14-25 who will be attending school in the Fall of 2017. Applicant must share in 10 words or less why they deserve the scholarship. A.E. Robert […]


High School Grade Record Spreadsheet

One of the most difficult things about homeschooling is the record keeping. With all of the quizzes, tests, and other assignments the work can get out of hand. One of our favorite ways to tame this paper tiger is to use a spreadsheet. One spreadsheet can cover four years worth of schooling and even several […]


What are you afraid of? Fear of Writing

What are you afraid of? Many home schoolers are afraid of teaching high school writing. Of course, we can all understand this thinking. Essay writing, research, and extensive papers are all a part of high school writing. Consequently, these are often the aspects of teaching high school writing/composition that can be worrisome for parents. For […]


What are You Afraid of? Homeschooling High School – the Process

Aren’t we all afraid of the unknown… what will it entail? How will we handle the challenges? Yes, it can be intimidating, but just like anything else once we understand the process- the fear dissipates. When I first started homeschooling, it was pretty simple and straightforward. I thought, “If I can teach an elementary class […]


What are you Afraid of? Homeschooling Methods Explained

Fear of the unknown is often the biggest roadblock to beginning the journey of homeschooling high school. Each of us had fears when we first started, but understanding the process and seeing that it can be done is half the battle… So, what are you afraid of? We often encourage new homeschoolers to research the […]


College Scholarships Ending 3rd Quarter 2016

Scholarships with July 2016 deadlines Advanced Institute for Oral Health Scholarship Sponsor: Advanced Institute for Oral health Amount: $500 Deadline: July 1, 2016 Description: Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors with a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher who are planning to attend an accredited university for the 2016-2017 academic year. Applicant must […]


Download: High School Transcript Template

Creating your own high school transcript is easier than you think. Before you start, make sure that you have collected all the necessary information for your student. To get started, click the image below to open a pdf  printable version of the Transcript Template. Each section is self explanatory and is simply filled with your […]


Slideshow: High School Science Projects

Homeschool High School Science Projects from Tialla Rising


Get a College Education Without the Debt

Is that even possible? With the insatiable rising costs of higher education, the idea of college for many graduates is becoming a distant dream. Who wants to graduate with a pile of school loan debt that will take half a lifetime to pay off? What if there were ways to get through college and be […]


College Scholarships Ending 2nd Quarter 2016

Scholarships with April 2016 deadlines Champions for Christ Scholarship Sponsor: Champion for Christ Foundation Deadline: Apr. 1, 2016 Description: Scholarship is open to students who have surrendered their lives to full-time Christian service and are preparing for full-time Christian ministry.   Davis-Putter Scholarship Sponsor: Davis Putter Scholarship Fund Amount: Up to $10,000 Deadline: Apr. 1, […]