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The HomeScholar 2017 Impact Report

The HomeScholar 2017 Impact Report

I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you! I've been taking a look back on my 2017 year at The HomeScholar so I could add it to my "about us" page. What an exciting year! I am thrilled that we launched our new, beautiful website and live chat. So a big THANKS to you for being part of my journey!I love helping parents homeschool through high school. And the numbers show that I accomplished so much this past year! Read my 2017 Impact Report, but here is a snippet of what we have done.

The HomeScholar 2017 By the Numbers

  • ​21,953 homeschoolers served through the newsletter
  • 46 hours of free instruction to parents
  • 270 pages of free books and downloads
  • 12 free Kindle books provided
  • 8 homeschool convention presentations to encourage and motivate parents
  • 12 free articles for support groups to use at no charge
  • 168+ blog posts
  • 39 countries served
  • 22 Free classes provided
  • 13,218 free class attendees
  • 418K page views on the website
  • 1376 total parents participated in training programs with The HomeScholar
  • Amazon Author Rank: 8505 out of millions of authors
  • Over 1840 books sold
How did I help you last year? Which of these things mentioned here have YOU been most thankful for? I'd love for you to leave a comment and let me know what you have found most helpful last year, so I can make sure to help others​.

I'm looking forward to the coming year. What will 2018 hold? Join my newsletter and follow me so we can journey through 2018 together and see!

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Lee Binz on Saturday, 17 February 2018 20:48

Thanks so much Jessica! What a kind thing to say!
Blessings,
Lee

Thanks so much Jessica! What a kind thing to say! Blessings, Lee
Guest - Jessica on Saturday, 17 February 2018 13:14

Primarily because of your books, webinars, and free training, I have hope that we are well "on the road" to homeschooling high school. You have made a major impact on our experience. Thank you!

Primarily because of your books, webinars, and free training, I have hope that we are well "on the road" to homeschooling high school. You have made a major impact on our experience. Thank you!
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