It's that time of year again. As a reminder, you must submit a Declaration of Intent by September 1st or within 30 days after a home study program is established... and EVERY YEAR AFTER THAT. This is an annual process so don't forget to file every year. To complete your declaration of intent in Georgia, … Continue reading Have You Done Your Declaration of Intent?
Enrollment is now open! Click here to learn more and register. EPIC Homeschool Network Academy Program is now open for enrollment! Click here to learn more and register. Join us at one of our open houses. See details below! Virtual Open House Date: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 at 4 p.m. Eastern Time Location: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpfu2upzksE9HRCFMq9ysCyeIw9_I3SVVm Face-to-Face Open House … Continue reading Now Enrolling – Join Us for an Open House
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Welcome to this holiday edition of Mom’s Night Out: Homeschooling During the Holidays with Yolanda Pugh! Yolanda is a wife, mom, business owner, and homeschool parent, her youngest child graduating with both their high school diploma and their Associate’s degree this May! Yolanda is a math teacher and has taught and tutored math for over … Continue reading Mom’s Night Out: Homeschooling During the Holidays with Yolanda Pugh
Tuesday, November 3, 2020 is Election Day. No matter what political party you are a part of, this is a great season to teach Civics (the study of the rights and duties of citizenship) in your homeschool. Specifically, the election process and voting. Here are three resources to help you teach your child about elections. … Continue reading 3 FREE Resources to Help Teach the 2020 Elections in Your Homeschool
What do you do when you're sick? If you were at a school, all you had to do was call a number to let them know you're sick, and a substitute teacher would be sent to your class that day. Wouldn't THAT be nice if, as homeschool moms, we had a substitute teacher! But alas, … Continue reading Homeschool Teacher Sick Days
All you need to homeschool is a library card....okay, a library card, notebooks, pens, pencils, glue stick, manilla folders for lapbooks, 10,000 crayons, colored pencils, markers... The list can go on and on. But beyond that list is how do you keep all of that organized in your home? Andrea Hall discovered that giving each … Continue reading Homeschool Materials
We all homeschool in different ways! Join us as we take a peek into the homeschool of one of our members Tumeka Slaton! #HomeschoolHelp
Usually, around this time of year, there are multiple Back to School parties. However, with the current COVID-19 crisis those types of parties are now virtual or non-existent. Or, if you are a homeschooler, might not be relevant.
So how do you make Back to Homeschool special?
Many families are now thrust into this new reality where they have to work AND homeschool or do virtual learning at home. How do you balance it all? How can you get it all done? Our founder, Andrea Hall, has been a working, homeschooling mother for several years now, and here she is sharing her tips … Continue reading Tips & Advice for Busy, Working, Homeschooling Moms