Elizabeth faced some tough times while homeschooling high school (details have been omitted) but she was able to achieve wonderful long term success! I'm sure thankful for homeschooling - aren't you?
Here is Elizabeth's story. See if you can relate.
"I just wanted to share our success story with you. I started following your site during the high school years.
I homeschooled my daughter all her life. She graduated college with honors and works as a staff auditor for a CPA firm. Her long term goal is be able to stay home and home school her own children some day. She impressed her professors.
After reading your 50 reason to homeschool, I felt like I wanted to share our story with you. We had many bumps along the road. She would have never made it in a public school setting. She made a huge comeback in high school and exceeded our college expectations."
~Elizabeth in Louisiana
If you want to be a success story like Elizabeth and her daughter, but feel like you need a mountain of help, join the Gold Care Club. Through the Gold Care Club, I can talk with you weekly to personalize a plan for you and your student. I love helping homeschool families find success!
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