Learning Labs

Learning Labs for Bridgeway Academy Session 3 Available Now!

Learning Labs for Session 2 are in full swing at Bridgeway Academy, and the countdown is on to register for Session 3 Elementary and Middle School Learning Labs!  You won’t want your child to miss out on our exciting course offerings. Check out this sampling of live online classes that begin March 20, 2017 in […] READ MORE


FAFSA Tips and Strategies for College Bound Homeschoolers

You’ve made it to your senior year of high school and can see your future ahead of you. What an exciting time! But you’re most likely carrying the worry about how you’re going to pay for your dream school and graduate without piles of student loan debt. The key to solving the college debt mystery […] READ MORE

Inauguration Day

Homeschool Lessons for Inauguration Day

Friday, January 20th is Inauguration Day in the United States of America. No matter whom you voted for or how you feel about our incoming President-elect and his proposed cabinet, this historic day is an important one. It  should be discussed in our homes and during our homeschool day. After all, don’t we want to […] READ MORE

homeschool motivation

Homeschool Motivation in the New Year

The holidays are over, and it seems our homeschooling motivation often leaves with them. We’ve enjoyed days off with lazy mornings and family visitors, holiday parties and presents, and some much needed rest. But, the New Year has come and it’s time to get back into the homeschooling routine we let slide back in December. […] READ MORE

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Election Day Lesson Plans for Homeschoolers

Election Day is right around the corner. Regardless of how you feel about this year’s Presidential nominees, teaching our children about the election process is critical if we want to prepare and inspire them to be active civic participants. But, who wants to diagram our political system or explain the Electoral College in an essay […] READ MORE

October Field Trips

The Best October Field Trips for Homeschoolers

Fall is here and the colors are amazing here in Pennsylvania! As homeschoolers you have the benefit of a flexible schedule that allows you to take field trips and spontaneous breaks to enjoy the beautiful season.  But, where should you go and what should you do? Now is the time, given nature’s beautiful eye candy […] READ MORE


From Bullied to Boundless: Student Showcase with Michael Edwards

There’s nothing worse for a parent than finding out that your child is being targeted or bullied. Statistics show that over 77% of students claim to have been bullied at school, with 1 in 4 the target of repeated bullying. Over 42% of students have been cyberbullied, and that’s the most dangerous type of bullying as […] READ MORE

A background of Columbus Day

Columbus Day Lesson Plans for Homeschoolers

With Columbus Day quickly approaching, why not dive into Christopher’s story by adding a few activities and lesson plans into your social studies routine?  Learn more about his life and become part of his adventures with our favorite, engaging Columbus Day lesson plans for homeschoolers of all ages. You can never cross the ocean until […] READ MORE

Mother and daughter planting flowers together.

Homeschool Myth Busting: Learning At Your Own Pace

We’re back with our Homeschool Myth Busting series and ready to tackle individual versus group learning. On a regular basis, families hear that their children won’t be able to learn outside of a classroom and won’t be prepared, once they get to college, to learn in a group setting. This is one of the more […] READ MORE

Mayflower II

The Best Mayflower Day Lesson Plans for Homeschoolers

Is there anything more fun than celebrating historic holidays through unique homeschool units? Not for us homeschooling nerds there isn’t! September 16th is Mayflower Day, the historic day that the Mayflower Pilgrims set sail from England to settle on the distant and dangerous shores that would one day become Virginia. This important day in our […] READ MORE