Current SC Legislation 2017-2018

Thanks for your interest and concern on current SC legislation 2017-2018. I provide this information to help us all keep informed. If you have information on pending legislation that might affect homeschooling, please email the homeschoolingsc@gmail.com or Facebook message the SC Homeschooling Connection.  These are the bills that have been introduced in the 2017-2018 session. The […]

Homeschool Proms and Dances

When do homeschoolers socialize? Don’t you miss out of fun things like Proms and Dances? Nope…not at all. We have lots of homeschool proms and dances going on. Here’s a list of groups and events going on. I’m including some details about the local group that is hosting the event, too. Most of the events […]

Homeschool Bands in South Carolina

We have several homeschool bands in South Carolina. If your student is interested to perform in a band or orchestra–here’s some great programs to consider. Does your student want to learn music? Is music performance an important educational opportunity to you? Local music stores often offer lessons…be sure to ask for homeschool discount rates during […]

5 of the Best Math Quotes

Pi has a general value of 3.14.  So, March 14th is a day to celebrate Math concepts. We’re sharing some of the best Math quotes we could find along with some links to help you find out more about the mathematician who said it. Math Quote #1 — Edsger Dijkstra “There should be no such […]

Discus–A Resource for Homeschoolers in SC

Move over Google. It’s time to try this instead: Discus. The Discus resource is one of my favorite homeschool tools. And it’s FREE for all residents in South Carolina! It’s like some kind of secret that nobody seems to know about. But, I’ll shout it from the rooftops–you’ve got to know Discus! But, it’s so […]

Association for Homeschool Excellence

Association for Homeschool Excellence (A4HE) is a new Option 3 homeschool association accepting applications for 2018-2019. I encourage you to find a group that will support you. Find your tribe that will laugh, cry and celebrates with you.  My hope is that A4HE will be your tribe.  I want to help, encourage, and provide resources to help you on your […]

Facebook Hacks for Homeschooling: Adjust Settings

In a previous post, I’ve talked about the difference between Facebook groups and pages. Here’s a few more Facebook Hacks for Homeschooling: Adjust Settings. “I like people too much or not at all. I’ve got to go down deep, to fall into people, to really know them.” ~Sylvia Plath, Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath I […]

Basic Qualifications to Homeschool

Do you have the basic qualifications to homeschool? See, when the school’s take on the task of teaching other people’s children, there are some qualifications and training necessary. So, it stands to reason that when a parent takes on the responsibility to educate their child, there should be some basic requirements too. Are you qualified […]

Honors Framework Guideline

In a previous post, I’ve talked about What Counts as an Honors Credit. This is a great reference for those of us who are working on college admissions. If your high schooler is transferring back to public school, you need to know about this Honors Framework Guideline from the Department of Education. Association directors have […]

Special Needs College Programs in South Carolina

Individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities have some opportunities to experience college life. We have several special needs college programs in South Carolina. Check out these opportunities. Does your special needs high schooler desire a postsecondary experience on a college campus? These colleges offer an excellent opportunity to experience higher education and develop life skills. […]