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What Students Need To Know About Online Homeschooling

We all know that everyone learns differently. But, it’s really important in this day and age to include technology in your learning process. You’ll be using computers and technology at college, on the job, and in everyday life in more ways than you can count. That’s why online homeschooling courses are a great option that […] READ MORE

Making the Grade- Class of 2015 Salutatorian William Goldstein

Congratulations to the Bridgeway Academy’s class of 2015 Salutatorian William Goldstein! William has shown great success through both his academics and through the performing arts. He chose to enroll in Bridgeway Academy the summer after his freshman year because of the simplicity of the curriculum and the flexibility that Bridgeway affords its students. William prides […] READ MORE

5 Must Haves for Any Online Homeschool Programs

Distance learning has long been part of the homeschool repertoire with companies like AOP and BJU Press paving the way for families to provide quality education within the home through technology. Gone are the days of CD-ROM courses with pre-recorded lessons, a teacher and a white board. In fact, distance learning has been replaced mostly […] READ MORE

How to Stop Summer Learning Loss

Summer is often a time of fun, relaxation, and a break from learning. But, you worked so hard this past year that the last thing you want is to take a step backwards. Unfortunately, summer learning loss can have disastrous effects and often students lose up to 30% of what they’ve learned during summer break. […] READ MORE

Making The Grade– Class of 2015 Valedictorian Meghan Kimball

It’s not easy to be the Valedictorian of any class. It takes hard work, dedication, and time – the kind of time that not every student is willing to give. Bridgeway’s class of 2015 valedictorian did not falter in any of these categories. It is with great honor that I get to introduce this year’s valedictorian, Meghan Kimball!  […] READ MORE

Independence Day Celebration Ideas For Homeschoolers

July 4th is one of my favorite holidays. I love the history, sparklers, parades, and the sea of red, white, and blue that shows pride in the history of our nation. But, if you’re a homeschooling family, chances are you’ve studied the revolution, Constitution, and all things Americana over and over again. (If you haven’t […] READ MORE

How To Motivate Teens (Without Losing Your Mind!)

The teenage years are a mixture of wonderful and maddening. And, while we all have different parenting methods, we all want to know how to motivate teenagers to do and give their best. Let’s face it. There is no one size fits all recipe for how to motivate teens. What works for one will be […] READ MORE

The Best Homeschool Writing Curriculum Part III

We’re continuing our Best Homeschool Writing Curriculum series to help you find the best of the best homeschool writing curriculum for your learners. In case you missed them, check out our previous posts including Part I on what to consider when choosing the best homeschool writing curriculum and part II with our best homeschool writing […] READ MORE

The Best Father’s Day Gift- A Dad’s Perspective

This is a guest post by Mark Parnell, husband of Jessica Parnell and proud father to their 3 daughters Abby, Hannah, and Amanda.  Father’s Day is almost here and many dads are wondering what their families will have planned for the day and what handmade gift or tie they’ll be getting this year. It’s a […] READ MORE