Homeschool Seminar Series for Moms
New Six-Week Homeschool Seminar Series Starts February 22nd!
Registration Now Open for New 6-Week Homeschool Seminar Series for Moms!
Sessions will take place in Rooms WAC-B & C at North Lanier Baptist Church, located at 829 Atlanta Highway in Cumming from 3:00-4:30 PM (includes plenty of time for Q&A).
Attend one session or all six of the series! Cost is just $5 per session or $25 for all six sessions. An overview of seminar sessions is detailed below. Note: if you have a rising or current high school student, it is recommended that you attend Sessions 3-6.
Session 4 [March 14]: High School Dual Credit – Everyone is talking about Dual Credit and Georgia's "Move On When Ready" (MOWR) program; but what exactly is Dual Credit and is it right for your high school student? Let’s talk about it!
Session 6 [March 28]: College Degree Choice – Are you prepared to help your student make decisions on a degree or college? In this session, we will talk about ways we can guide our students to make wise decisions about their future education.
On seminar dates, please enter through the "Welcome Center" and proceed through the Gym. Rooms WAC B & C are located off the right inside Gym area.
Seminar Series Facilitator
Kelly graduated from Thomas Edison State College with a major in Humanities. Currently, she is logging her 10th year as a homeschool mom and she is feeling right at home in the high school years.
While her kids were still tackling those fun days of elementary learning, Kelly was working with high school families all over the world guiding them through the newly emerging world of dual credit and distance learning.
Kelly wrapped up her six years as a formal high school consultant in the Spring of 2015 and decided to focus on her favorite high schoolers, the ones that live in the rooms down the hall.
Her investment in their education has proven fruitful since her 17 year old is wrapping up her Freshman year of college and her 15 year old will start 2016 as a college Junior with over 60 credits.
Kelly loves to rehab furniture, spend time with kids of all ages, read and learn. Kelly is passionate about helping today's families realize that formal education does not always mean knowledge and learning. And that knowledge and learning are not found solely in an educational institution.