Scholarship Alert: 2022 EPIC Scholarship Applications are now OPEN!

The goal of EPIC Homeschool Network, Inc. is to provide resources and encourage students to achieve academically.  By providing an academic scholarship, students are extrinsically motivated to do well in school.  By providing a materials scholarship, we help to provide resources to families in need.  By providing an entrepreneurial scholarship, we provide resources to encourage … Continue reading Scholarship Alert: 2022 EPIC Scholarship Applications are now OPEN!

Membership Program or Academy Program, What’s the Difference?

What's the difference between the Membership Program and the Academy Program? We get that question a lot.  While there are some overlaps between the programs, they are two separate programs that require two separate registrations. We created this comparison chart to help explain the difference. Please email us at info@epichsn.org if you still have questions. … Continue reading Membership Program or Academy Program, What’s the Difference?

Scholarship Alert: 2021 EPIC Scholarship Applications are Now OPEN!

The goal of EPIC Homeschool Network, Inc. is to provide resources and encourage students to achieve academically.  By providing an academic scholarship, students are extrinsically motivated to do well in school.  By providing a materials scholarship, we help to provide resources to families in need.  By providing an entrepreneurial scholarship, we provide resources to encourage … Continue reading Scholarship Alert: 2021 EPIC Scholarship Applications are Now OPEN!

It’s About Time Dee!

As I write this blog post about time management, I’m smiling (and crying) inside at the irony of it all. The fact is, I’m sitting down to write at 12:30 a.m. because I have “no time” during daylight hours to write. But in all seriousness, I know I’m not alone in this, as we mamas juggle many things every day, constantly trying to do it all.

It’s About Time Belinda!

I did not always want to homeschool. I went to school for chemical engineering and worked in the field. I worked at a plant then became a training manager. When we began seriously thinking about homeschooling, I was pregnant with our third child. I knew I was leaving my current employer, but I was disappointed when the only opportunities that chased me—literally—were part-time.