Learn about Diane Aquila’s homeschool journey and her family. She is our 2017 South Texas Leader of the Year!
The homeschool journey is not always easy. Read how the 2017 North Texas Group Leader of the Year overcame a challenging start to her journey.
Description: Being a home school teacher or leader comes with its own challenges, so consider these fresh home school ideas for the fall school year.
Special needs homeschool families often isolate themselves to protect their children. So, THSC has an encouraging message and news to help.
Running home school groups is full of challenges, including catering to special needs students. Here is how we are bridging the gap.
A college campus tour guide is a valuable resource for home school families as children grow into adulthood and consider attending a college or university. That’s why I am glad to share my tips on [...]
The THSC Leadership Support Team brings leaders together twice a year to pour back into you, just like you do for the families in your group.
How can groups offer great programs and not exhaust the servant-hearted leadership volunteers who take on the difficult administrative tasks of navigating Texas laws?
Home school group leaders have the tremendous job of multitasking! Leaders tackle an array of tasks every week ranging from housework, errands, finances, meal preparation, church ministries, extracurricular programs, part-time jobs and running home school groups. Additionally, we are wives and moms, and we are teaching our children! I am continually amazed when I talk to leaders who balance all of these things, and yet still take the time to mentor a new home school mom or have a cup of coffee with a dear friend. What are these leaders’ secrets?
This year has been a year of abundant joy, but it has not been free of its share of struggles.
Leaders are often faced with personal trials that they do not share outside of their closest inner circle. This can leave them feeling overwhelmed as they listen to complaints and criticism from others. Many are unaware of how leaders take these words to heart as they strive to continually improve the groups they serve.