.........Homeschooling works.....see articles below under "Other News"..........

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Upcoming Events:

Girls Soccer and Boys Baseball are now practicing,
weather permitting

We could still use more players!

Girls Soccer Ed Bowen 757-582-0310

Boys Baseball Peyton Mustard 757-204-4777

Junior/Senior Prom
Friday, May 9, 2014
Women's Club of Norfolk 7-11pm
524 Fairfax Ave, Norfolk, VA, 23507
1912 Victorian home in historic Ghent
near Sentara Norfolk Hospital just
off W. Olney Drive and Mowbray Arch
Click on Prom Page for Prom Requirements, Class Ring, Dress Checks

Rehearsal: Friday, May 30, 2014 12-2pm
Graduation: Saturday, May 31, 2014 10am-1pm
Redemption Church
2101 Iowa St.
Chesapeake, Va. 23323
There is still time to sign up to graduate with T.E.A.C.H.
Click on Graduation Page for Documents, Class Ring Orders


Homeschooling Achievements:

Defending Religious Exemption

Homeschooling Works

College Scholarship Guidelines for Homeschool Graduates!
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) passed new scholarship eligibility guidelines on July 14, 2009. Homeschooled applicants for the Virginia Guaranteed Assistance Program may now submit SAT scores of 900 and above and ACT scores of 19 and above as an alternative to a homeschool GPA.

New Nationwide Study Confirms Homeschool Academic Achievement

Homeschoolers Beat National Average Act

Washington Times Op-ed—Outstanding Results on National Tests

Homeschool Robotics Team Wins World Championship
A team of seven homeschooled high schoolers swept the FIRST Tech Challenge World Championship in Atlanta, Georgia, taking home a Winning Alliance Team trophy and the Amaze Award (awarded by the judges to a team whose uniqueness sets it apart from all other award categories).

edison "Somewhere between the ages of eleven and fifteen, the average child begins to suffer from an atrophy, the paralysis of curiosity and the suspension of the power to observe. The trouble, I should judge, to lie with the schools." Thomas Alva Edison (former home school student)

Updated on 3/29/2014
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