May 27, 2020—How Can We Protect Families From Judges Who Refuse to Follow the Law? May 13, 2020—Do Modern-Day Progressives Hate Homeschooling? May 27, 2020 How Can [...]
A Republican judge in Denton gave joint custody to a man who is not related to this little girl by blood or marriage against the wishes of her biological father, whom everyone acknowledges is an entirely fit parent.
By Shannon Kingsbury The general public likely has a stereotype of homeschoolers, but if you attended one of THSC’s Called to Teach Homeschool Conventions this year, you may have noticed those in the homeschool community [...]
According to the NCAA, “Students who were home schooled for any part of high school (grades nine through 12) must now register with the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. The clearinghouse will process all home-school certifications. There [...]
Check Your Email for Your Withdrawal Letter Your disenroll letter is on the way to your email. Check your email for your withdrawal letter. You now need to send it to the public school. Further [...]
Requirements to Homeschool in Texas THSC has compiled the most commonly asked questions regarding requirements to homeschool in Texas here, just for you! Use the drop-down menu to navigate through the questions. We believe [...]
A principal recommended that a family try homeschooling as an alternative to public school, thinking that it might be a good fit for them.
Do you have willing teachers who just need some ideas to get started on the next favorite class for the semester?
By Kenzi Knapp Are you mining creation museums for all they are worth? As a tour guide at the Creation Experience Museum of Branson, Missouri, I’ve watched parental forethought make the difference between children who [...]
Read how THSC worked with city officials in Austin to overturn the juvenile curfew ordinance that was leading to the unfair treatment of homeschoolers.