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Special for New Families


New Homeschool Families get a consultation package for free!

This includes a:

  • FREE 30 minute live discussion
  • Follow up personal email
  • Information about self-led learning
  • PDF copy of From Stressed to Best IF we decide it is a good fit.

Schedule FREE 30 Minutes $50 value

Is Homeschooling Right for Your Child?


There is not one right way to homeschool. Each family finds their own pathway to academic success.  I believe that self-led learning encourages the most learning opportunity for your child.  

The materials that are required for self-led learning are unique to each situation and each child. There is no one-size-fits all answer.

My mission is to help walk you through the journey of self-led learning and help you stay encouraged.


Schedule 60 minute session



Here is a sample of topics we cover:

  • What is self-led learning?
  • Help Getting Started
  • Help With ​State Requirements
  • Helping Getting Organized
  • ​Help Troubleshooting
  • Standardized Testing Resources
  • Tutoring Options to Consider
  • Free Online Class Resource

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  1. Are there any evidence that supports self-led learning vs traditional schooling? Click to read full answer.
  2. Will there still be a role for teachers and other adults? Yes. Gone are the power struggles, uninvited advice and curriculum.
  3. I was forced to learn something I later needed. Shouldn't I force my child, also?  No one knows ahead of time what will serve them best in the future, other than the most basic level of the three Rs. What matters most are your motivation and your ability to find out what you need to know in a timely fashion. The process of discovery is infinitely more  important than the value of regurgitation.
  4. What's so bad about being bored in school? Isn't school providing them for life in the real world? There are plenty of opportunities to learn to tolerate unpleasantness without adding unpleasant schooling to the mix. Research has shown that people of all ages learn best when they are self-motivated, pursuing questions that are their own real questions, and goals that are their own real-life goals. In such conditions, learning is usually joyful.