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Summer Splash! Sale

Summer Splash! Sale

Our Best & Biggest Sale on ALL THINGS SUMMER!
Make this your best summer yet!

Summer Classes


The 2022 Summer Session will last for 6 weeks and run from June 6, 2022, to July 15, 2022.

Build and sharpen academic skills so that your student can head into the full academic year with confidence! Classes are taught by trusted True North Homeschool Academy Teachers.

And right now (through 6/5/2022) we are ready to Splash into summer with our BEST, BIGGEST, and FINAL SALE on all.things.summer. 

Choose from fourteen Summer Classes that will build students’ academic skills, setting them up for future academic success!  Students will meet fellow True North Homeschool Academy students, learn from one of our world-class teachers, and learn to navigate our online campus! Choose from the following:

Each class leads into a full-year class in the fall, for students that want to continue their educational journey with True North Homeschool Academy!

Slow your roll, and get ready to get excited. <3  Ready? 3-2-1…


#1 ALL Summer School Classes are now just $69! (regularly $149).

#2  Summer Bootcamp Bundle (best deal!) is just $169! Summer Bootcamp Bundle allows you to choose 3 Summer Classes for an extra 20% off over ala carte classes!

#3 BONUSES!! With the purchase of any Summer School class collect the following Bonuses:

The total value of these BONUSES? 

Over $195. Yep, that’s right. 

So, act fast & start your summer with a SPLASH! 


Lisa & The True North Homeschool Academy Team

5 Great Reasons to Homeschool this Summer

5 Great Reasons to Homeschool this Summer

5 Great Reasons to Homeschool Over Summer

(Home) School is in for Summer

 I know, you are so ready for a summer break. Sleeping in, swimming, camping, and vacation. I hear you. I’m just as ready as you are. But, I also remember just how hard it was to get back into the swing of things with homeschooling come Back-to-School time. So, this year (Home) School is in for summer! 

There are tons of really good reasons to homeschool year-round, but today I’m going to share what I think are 5 great reasons to homeschool over the summer. Let’s dive in! 😉 


1. Choosing to homeschool this summer gives you the freedom to break at other times. 


Embracing the summer as a time of learning can let you flex when things come up during the year. And they do come up, don’t they? Someone gets sick, family visits, you travel during the holidays. Summer learning affords you the freedom to break when you need to without feeling behind or guilty. You set the pace.

2. Summer homeschool can help prevent that “summer slide” we hear about.

 Studies show that 20% of school year reading gains and up to 27% of school year math gains are lost in the traditional summer break. For the homeschooling parent, summer homeschool isn’t just about something to do over the summer, it’s part of the big picture of learning. We don’t want to have to start the year on the struggle bus, playing catch-up. 

3. Baby, it’s hot outside.

I know, this doesn’t seem like a big deal, but if your kids were anything like mine, that heat can be just as disrputive as a snow day. The heat makes kids lithargic. They tend to gravitate towards the air conditioning and often times a screen. Why not capture the screen time for learning?

4. Master a new skill.

Often times our school year is packed. We’re focused on the essentials and it’s hard to fit in a purely interest-based class. It might be time to learn a new language, master the math we’ll need for Chemistry next year, or hone our essay writing techniques. Even preparing for next year with a class on Study Skills can give a real advantage.

5. Getting a preview of coming attractions. 

Summer classes at True North Homeschool Academy are a great way to preview how the classes work in the fall. Our classes are particularly designed to support our full year classes. Students will meet fellow True North Homeschool Academy students, learn from one of our world class teachers and learn to navigate our online campus!

We’re here to support your homeschooling choices, happy to answer your questions, and provide you with an educational option that helps lead your kids True North. We’d love to see you this summer!



Bundle Your Summer Classes & Save!

Summer Bootcamp Bundle allows you to choose 3 Summer Classes for 20% off over ala carte classes!

Choose from fourteen Summer Classes that will build students academic skills, setting them up for future academic success! Our classes are particularly designed to support our full year classes. Students will meet fellow True North Homeschool Academy students, learn from one of our world class teachers and learn to navigate our online campus! Choose from the following:

Each class leads into a full year class in the fall, for students that want to continue their educational journey with True North Homeschool Academy!

Tips for Teens: De-Stress Test Taking

Tips for Teens: De-Stress Test Taking

Standardized Tests & Teens

If homeschoolers have a hot topic, it is probably standardized testing. Many homeschoolers avoid standardized testing, and since Covid, mandatory state testing has taken a back seat in many states, with requirements becoming lax and even non-existent. 

This is in part because in the last few decades, standardized testing has taken a front and center seat in the educational world. Some states require testing at certain grades for data, funding, and even graduation.

Nationally, students are encouraged to take the SATs or ACTs based on their goals post-graduation. No matter your student’s age or how great a test taker they may be, standardized test stress is real.

De-stress the Test

Here are a few tips and ways to help get through standardized test stress. 

  1. Scores do not equal worth: Remind your child that a score does not determine their worth. Their inability to do geometric equations does not take away from the fact that they may be an incredible musician. They also do not determine your skill as a homeschool parent. Just because you are not teaching to the test, does not mean you or your child are inept or incapable. Test scores are data points, not worth scores. 
  2. Process of elimination: these standardized tests are just that, which means they are almost 100% multiple choice. The best thing you can help your student learn how to do is to eliminate the obviously wrong answers. Each eliminated “no”, raises their chance of choosing the correct answer. Even a 1:3 chance is always going to be better than 1:4. 
  3. Do what you know first: these tests are usually taken in booklets, and students complete them one section at a time, and are timed. For a math section, for example, it is better score-wise for your student to go through the section and complete the questions they can answer easily/quickly, and then go back and do the harder ones. Skipped questions aren’t penalized, but incorrect answers are. In each reading section, after reading the short story, answer the easy questions first. 
  4. Use the scrap paper: students are often provided unlimited scrap paper to do math problems, outline writings, etc. Many students avoid using it because they are afraid it makes them look “dumb,” because they can’t just do the work in their heads. For many, this can be detrimental. Encourage your child to use scrap paper and to ask for it if not provided.
  5. Be Prepared: for most students, testing is arduous. Brick-and-mortar schools often do testing weeks and spend nearly full days, for 2 weeks, fulfilling the standardized tests. Sleep, hydration, and filling foods can help keep your student’s constitution going through the task. The ACT, in particular, is designed as an endurance test. These tests have about four hours of information crammed into three hours.

Have a Test-Taking Strategy

Prepare your child and understand the strategy for each test. For example, is the student penalized for leaving answers blank or for attempting to answer, even if the answer is wrong? This type of information enables students to do well on that exam.

Less Pressure for All

Additional things to remember that may help lessen your stress as well as your student’s:

  • Many school districts rely on testing to also help determine their state or federal funding each year.
  • Schools use test results to determine how many classes they may need to provide extra support for those who scored “below basic” in areas like reading and math. 
  • These benchmarks are volatile. “Standards” change regularly. The standard for a third grader in PA may be very different for a third grader in Wyoming. Both may change many times between now and 2030. Neither is wrong or bad, but they are different.
  • Low or average SAT or ACT scores do not automatically mean your child won’t be able to get into a post-high school program. More and more institutions are seeing that these scores are not an end-all-be-all and are looking more at the actual transcripts and experience students are coming in with. This includes trade schools.

Tests Scores & Scholarships

While lower test scores won’t keep your kids from attending an institution of higher education – higher test scores can result in more scholarship dollars. Given the rising cost of post-secondary education, 1 point on the ACT/ SAT  can be the difference between no scholarship money, $10,000 or even a full year in tuition dollars! 

Resources from True North Can Help

Did you know that True North offers Performance Testing, published by Scantron? This is a valid and reliable test that meets all state testing requirements. Unlike other standardized tests, the Performance Series test can give you great insight as a parent of your student’s capabilities, with specific course objectives based on test results.

Other standardized tests have a range of questions from “lower levels” to a level or two “above” the standard. The Performance Series Test is intuitive. You are offering your child the chance to answer increasingly difficult or easier questions. This gives you a more accurate idea of where your child may be academically. 

Get More Information

Have more questions? Aren’t quite sure where to start? Check out our Advising services and get more information on our Performance Series Testing at the Advising & Testing page. True North also offers test prep classes periodically, so check back with us about those.

Anna Knaub

Anna is an experienced educator and True North Homeschool Academy teacher. She teaches elementary history classes and high school literature courses. Anna is also active in facilitating homeschool clubs including clubs that focus on life skills such as event planning.

Transparency & Trust

Transparency & Trust

Transparency & Trust Behind the Scenes

When I go to a new website or business page, one of the first pages I visit is the “About Page.” But I notice lately that it’s difficult to find out who is behind many of the online academies and programs. Personally, I want to know who I’m engaging with, who is taking my money, and what the theology, philosophy, and pedagogy is behind the business and the program. It’s not always easy to find out.

But I guess that’s to be expected. The homeschooling world was a billion-dollar industry before Covid-19 and as a result, it is becoming increasingly common to find wealthy entrepreneurs stepping into the market. Singles who have never homeschooled and may not even have a family or children – and even deep pockets pushing a political agenda who get a lot of easy reach on social media are jumping onto the online homeschool bandwagon.

Recently a friend was unfairly bullied on social media for letting a teacher know that their students would be sitting out of morally questionable material.  I have known teachers whose classes were not approved because of faith-based content. All online programs are not created equal.

As an entrepreneur, I am proud of the business that I’ve created. Of course, it’s been with the help of family, friends, and an incredibly talented team. But still, I love True North Homeschool Academy. It was birthed out of decades of educational theory and practice-beginning years ago with a Master’s Thesis title, “Why Parents Homeschool Their Children”, a family legacy of education, thirty years of homeschooling, and teaching scores of children in co-ops, class days, and online courses. So True North Homeschool Academy is a labor of love and one I am passionate about.

Whose Culture Are You Supporting?

I feel, as you do, that the education of our children is vitally important. People far smarter than me have stated, “Education is the transmission of culture.” (Will and Ariel Durant). It makes good sense to find out who is educating your kids. Just because they are well-known or in the homeschool space doesn’t mean that they have your kids’ best interests in mind.

You should research who is behind any online programming or class. Just like you want to know where your food comes from, whose agenda is behind the entertainment you watch, and what message your children will get from the books you hand them, you should want to know who is running a homeschool company. If you can’t discover who is in charge, where the funding is coming from, or what the company believes, keep looking.

Trust is the Foundation of Our Community

At True North Homeschool Academy we stand behind our people and products. We are a family-owned and operated business and we are homeschoolers who are committed to faith, family, and freedom.

Our teachers are homeschoolers, several of whom were homeschooled themselves. They are all innovative, creative educators. My goal in finding teachers is to connect with creative talent, set up the framework for them to excel, and then get out of the way so that they can make the magic happen. And they do. We have an incredible, international, faith-based team of passionate, innovative teachers at True North Homeschool Academy. We don’t hide who we are or obscure what our core values and beliefs are.

Some people believe that honesty and transparency make you vulnerable. And while that might be true on some level, we believe, as Mike Paul clearly states, trust, honesty, humility, transparency, and accountability are the building blocks of a positive reputation.

I think you would agree that trust is the foundation of any healthy relationship. Our homeschool academy is about far more than just selling classes. We are building a healthy community, imparting wisdom, and developing cross-generational relationships. AND we are willing to take the risk of being transparent with the belief that we are “giving up”  safety for the sake of something incredible!

We love coming alongside fellow homeschoolers as they journey True North. If you ever have questions or concerns about who we are or where we are coming from, just ask. We’ll be transparent about who we are and what our vision is!

With you on the Journey!

Lisa & the TNHA Team!

Mother and her son holding hands while walking in the nature at sunset.

Online Learning Balance

Online Learning Balance

Online Learning Balance

Online Learning Balance; I see what’s happening here. With everything that’s going on, you want to maintain that sense of normalcy that you know and love.

You know what your strong points are and what you need help with. The Internet is a wealth of knowledge, and although it seems like an endless resource, you know that your home education plan needs balance!

Is there such a thing as Online Learning Balance?

Yes. Yes, there is!

When it comes to online learning, the main thing is monitoring how long your child is ON the computer.

Signs to monitor:

  • Do they get up?
  • Do they move around?
  • Do they eat?
  • Do you see them during the day?
  • Does their mood change?

Believe it or not, ALL of those things impact how they learn.

Balance means that there are limits!

Don’t Forget About Real-Life Lessons

Child having fun learning onlineOnline learning balance also means that you take time to show them how what they are learning online applies in their daily lives. Remember how we used to wonder if we were EVER going to use some of the things we learned? Your child has that same sentiment!

They need to know that what they’re learning has meaning.

Let me share with you an example. A friend’s son was having issues with fractions. He came and asked for help as she was cleaning windows. Their windows were divided into sections of eight. Armed with window paint, they worked through the fractions, and he went away somewhat happy – his mom made him clean the windows once they were done. 

When we show our children how a concept applies to their daily lives, it increases their desire to learn. Help them find opportunities to use what they are learning.

Online Learning Balance: Keeping Our Sanity

Having balance keeps YOU sane!

Some balk at the notion of using online tools as ways for parents to take a breather, but when used correctly, online learning can allow a homeschool parent to take a vital sanity break.  

If you have reached the point where you wonder why you had children in the first place, give them time online. That gives you a moment to calm and center yourself. 

Have a list of websites you know, like, and trust that your children can go to. This can keep the flow of your day on track. Allow them to choose one of your approved sites and be sure to let them know their time limit in advance. 

Online Learning Balance: Tips for Offline Learning

In addition to those life lessons, it could be time for your child to take the reins. Child-led learning often yields more retention of skills than any other resource. It is also essential to have offline resources at the ready for such a time as this.

Exploring outside, playing board games, making board games, making and trading lessons with their siblings, scavenger hunts, and the like can help strengthen their learning acumen. I’ll never forget the day my daughter found mushrooms in our yard – that turned into a whole project!

Take a drive…a walk…a hike….something!

With schools closing nationwide, there are more people online using more of the sites that you know and love, and new resources are being created all the time to help meet those demands.  Use an effective combination of online and offline educational activities to make learning fun and exciting!

Change Things Up

Even if you’re using a set program or curriculum, find other ways to do what’s on the menu for the day- sign them up for an online class that is interactive or help them check out a new computer game that can help them learn what’s on the lesson plan. 

At the end of the day, the goal is to ensure that your child learns and gleans as much as possible. It can be done without stressing yourself (and your child) out. 

Reinvent the wheel. Learn something new. Find your passions. Cultivate theirs.

Online learning, such as classes, clubs, educational games, and videos, can be part of a balanced education plan.

You’ve got this!

Homeschool mom celebrates finding resources for homeschooling online

Online Learning: A Homeschool Primer

Online Learning: A Homeschool Primer

Online Learning

Online live interactive classes teacher for elementary, middle school and high school students of True NorthThe world of online learning is burgeoning, the options varied and choices better than ever before. And that was before Covid 19 hit the streets and forced public schoolers home! So many choices, so many opportunities. How does one choose? Not all online education is created equal. Here’s a beginner’s guide to sorting options!

What to Look For in Online Classes

A Primer

Check the “About” page of whatever program you are considering. Many on-line programs are now run by savvy business owners, looking to make money from the billion-dollar alternative education market.

That’s just good business but it might not be a good fit for your student or your family. Sarah Synder’s podcast, Choosing an Online Class is a helpful resource for finding the perfect online class for your family.

Things to Think About with Online Learning:

  • Do their values align with yours?
  • Do they contribute to causes that concern you?
  • Are they privately or government-funded?
  • If they are privately funded, what is the underlying value system of the people or organization behind the school? I had to dig pretty far into a very popular on-line company to find that they were privately funded by alt-right Conservatives.

Consider the Company’s Underlying Educational Philosophy

Remember, everybody who is providing you an education is also providing an ideology and a world view. There are no exceptions to that. So, when you consider on-line education, think about:

  • Who gets your money?
  • Who they are funding?
  • What ideology or value system is being conveyed

Don’t forget that companies that market to homeschoolers might not understand and appreciate the flexibility of the homeschooler.

Speech class live interactive for homeschoolers to practice writing and performing speechesThe Evolving Homeschool

Homeschooling IS changing. This month proved that in a profound way. Both parents still work, but they need oversight. And that is fine. But homeschoolers have far more flexibility and can adapt and change things up as needed for fun, greater learning, and unusual opportunities.  Make sure that whatever company you are working with understands and cares about the adaptability and flexibility that homeschooling can afford.

Because you have options. Credits don’t have to come out of a book. Each platform and program is different and can utilize a plethora of various on-line tools.

Questions to ask about any program you are considering:

  • Asynchronous vs. Synchronous learning- are the students learning the same materials, but at different times (like with Khan Academy), or are they learning the same materials, at the same time (like with True North Homeschool Academy).
  • Can students see/hear and interact with other students?
  • Can the student engage with the teacher personally, or only through “chat”?
  • Will the teacher respond to “chat” during class time?
  • Does the program have access to a virtual white-board, chat-room, break-out rooms, audio or video recording?
  • Can you get a copy of the video recording if you miss a class or is it posted where you can access it?
  • Is there screen sharing and will the teacher utilize multi-media in their classroom?
  • How will assessments be delivered?
  • Will grading be done by the teacher?
  • How frequently are grades given?
  • Is the teacher accessible by phone or email during the duration of the class time?

And while we’re talking about FAQ’s, this might be the biggest one of all:

The Accreditation Question

What is accreditation?

Accreditation refers to an accrediting board that sets the standard for an organization and ensures that they meet those standards. Accrediting boards vary widely, so don’t assume that because a school is accredited that it necessarily means that there are clear quality controls in places. Accreditation is a spendy endeavor, and we in the homeschooling world know the value is questionable.

Furthermore, accreditation might demand that the school utilize licensed teachers, many of whom have fled the public-school system. Accreditation and teachers’ licenses are no guarantee of quality education. They are a guarantee of conformity – for better or worse.

Questions to ask:

  • What accreditation do you carry?
  • What does the accrediting agency oversee?
  • How does accreditation affect the cost of classes?
  • What percentage of your teachers are from the public-school system?
  • Is being a licensed teacher a requirement for teaching with this company?
  • Who has experience with homeschooling in your company?
  • Will you be considered a homeschooler by the state in which you reside?
  • Will you have to register as a homeschooler in your state, regardless of their accreditation?

When You Need Accreditation

If you live in one of the few states that will not accept homeschooling high school credits and you plan to put your student back into public school at some point during their high school career.

Why You Don’t Need Accreditation

It’s expensive and that expense will be passed down to the consumer. Most colleges, universities, tech schools, internships, and jobs don’t care. They’ll be looking at test scores, applications, essays, and references. Accreditation is often simply a marketing tool.

When Accreditation IS Important

After high school and when looking at colleges or universities, accreditation becomes important. You will want to go to an accredited school if case you ever transfer or want to go to graduate school.

Other Things to Consider

  • Does my state recognize homeschooling high school credits?
  • In what instance would I need (i.e. need to pay for) an accredited program?

 Non-accredited Institutions

These programs set themselves up and will let you know the standards that they utilize in order to meet the demands of the customer. Marketplace demands offer correction as needed.

What types of Online Programs Are Out There?

Live Online Classes

This refers to real-time interaction between teachers and students. This can happen on a variety of platforms such as Skype, Go-to Meeting, or our personal favorite, Zoom. Schools vary widely on how they utilize this format. Some schools allow the students to see the teacher and interact with them only via chat. Others allow students to see and interact with both the teachers and students- it is a virtual classroom. Teachers are often highly qualified to teach their subject matter and engage with the kids. Students, also, can see and interact with their classmates, and often online friendships are formed.

Questions to Ask About Live Online Classes

  • Does this school allow my students to interact in real-time, during class with the teacher and other students or not?
  • When can my student engage and interact with the teacher and other students?
  • Will the teacher simply be lecturing the student for the entirety of each class or is there an interactive component to the virtual classroom?
  • What benefits are there to this type of learning over and above a self-paced, pre-recorded program?

What About Self-paced Classes?

  • Self-paced classes refer to those classes where students log in to a platform and watch or listen to pre-recorded classes, either video or audio.
  • Students work through the information at their own pace, doing the assignments when they are ready to do them and reviving a grade based on homework assignments, quizzes, tests and projects which are graded via computer or docent.
  • Students do not engage with a teacher, but simply the material.

Questions to consider about Self-paced Classes Online:

  • Is my student self-motivated enough to complete these courses?
  • Is the quality of the program worth our time and money?
  • Is there an option that is not passive learning?
  • Is there a less expensive alternative?

Online live classes teacher for elementary students of True North

What About Blended Online Programs?

Blended programs involve using a combination of self-paced information and live online interaction. Often, the students go through material at their own pace and then meet with a live tutor or have grading done by a live tutor on a regular basis.

Questions to consider about the blended program:

  • When and how does live, interactive learning take place?
  • How are the assessments done?
  • What qualifications does the teacher bring to the class?
  • Does my student have the self-motivation to complete the course?

Types of Online Schools

One-time Classes or Workshops

These classes are offered one at a time, by an individual or group of people who have gathered together to offer their expertise. Often you’ll see homeschool parents whose kids have graduated developing and offering classes in an area that they are passionate about.


This is a company that allows teachers to offer classes. There is no vetting of teachers’ qualifications or world view, though teachers must often teach from a secular, “objective” point of view, especially if the program takes government funding, including vouchers.   Teachers offer classes they want to teach, and set their own terms including pricing, length of course, etc. and then pay the overseeing company a percentage of what they make on the class. Teachers teach, the company takes care of logistics and may provide a background check. Prices and quality of teaching can fluctuate wildly.

Questions to ask about Marketplace Courses:

  • Who is funding the company?
  • Do I want to fund this organization?
  • How will I determine the quality of the classes?
  • How will I determine credit or grades for the work my kids have done?

Curriculum Suppliers Now Offering Online Classes

Many successful homeschooling curriculum companies have taken their curriculum to online classes, such as IEW, Memoria Press and The Well-Trained Mind. These companies have branded themselves and are furthering their brand through courses, with vetted teachers, set meeting times and grades. Classes meet 1-4 times a week live on-line with homework assigned and graded. The cost can be prohibitive and classes may fill quickly though.

Full-service Programs

Full-service homeschool programs offer live online and self-paced classes, testing, advising and more. A Full-Service program offers the flexibility that homeschoolers need, classes that suit your needs and a fundamental understanding and respect for the homeschooling lifestyle while helping you navigate the way from K-12th grade. They will help you successfully launch your students into higher education or the working world. These companies have often been founded by home educators who started umbrella schools in their local area and then went online to provide more robust services to families in their region and beyond!

Here are some types of full-service programs to consider:

A Consortium

This is a group of dedicated teachers or homeschoolers who come together to provide classes, usually pulled together by a long-time homeschooler who loves to teach and has some talented friends.

A Membership Site

This type of program is usually self-paced. Families pay a monthly fee and have access to whatever classes and services are offered. Fees may vary for the same site, depending on services offered.

What to Think About When Planning to Use Online Classes

There are a lot of great options out there and they offer many benefits to your child. Educators agree that these are some other educational components you need to think about when you are planning to use online classes in your homeschool. You should think through all these aspects of an online school or class if you think it is something that will benefit your family.

  • Dynamic learning – requires the student to actively participate in the course material, responding to the teacher’s questions, prompts, possibly using break-out rooms and doing group activities. Assessment tools can include quizzes, tests, as well as projects, presentations, essays or dramatic performances.
  • Passive learning – allows the student to sit while they are being lectured to or show a presentation of some sort. Assessments are usually done via quizzes and tests.
  • Asynchronous learning – communication is not in real-time and the teaching/ learning can take place at different times and different places. Because the learner views information and responses at different times and from different places, there is much flexibility. The teacher does not have to be “live,” and content can be delivered via written, audio or video recordings.
  • Synchronous learning – communication is in real-time so teachers and learners meet at the same time although they are in different places. Learners view content at the same time so responses can be immediate. Because of the set meeting time, there is less flexibility than with asynchronous learning. The teacher is “live” via whatever platform is utilized for transmission.
  • The Learning Management System/ Course Management System – (or LMS/ CMS) allows on-line schools and teachers to deliver course materials, correspondence, lessons, assessments, and grading and other features electronically.

Why Choose Online Classes?

With all the amazing resources out there why choose an online class or academy? Well there are many reasons your family may want to adopt this type of educational resource as part of your homeschool. Here are just a few we thought of:

  • Outside accountability
  • World-class teachers are just a “click” away
  • Friendships and relationships form  with students and teachers from around the world
  • Colleges and universities are making use of online education and LMS/CMS- give your student a jump-start on understanding how an online system works
  • The quality of teachers you might not find locally
  • Exceptional and unique classes that might not be found in your community
  • A wonderful supplement to a traditional day school or homeschool
  • To build independence and pride in one’s academic achievements
  • Because the Goldilocks Syndrome is at work, and our kids want a challenge

About True North Homeschool Academy

We hope this article is helpful to you if you are thinking about investing in online classes. If you have not considered it as a benefit to your homeschoolers we hope you will see now how adding an online class component to your homeschool can contribute to a well-rounded home education.

This blog is part of True North Homeschool Academy and we blog here because we love homeschooling and believe in education.

Each semester we are excited to provide live online and self-paced classes, delivered by exceptional teachers who love homeschooling- and love their subject matter. We are teaching from a Judeo-Christian point of view with a love for the flexibility and freedom homeschooling brings to the table. Yet we provide grading and assessments, to ensure that your student is learning, growing and excelling in each class. Students see, hear and interact with their teachers and fellow students from around the world.

We value a rich education and you will see from our course selections that we firmly believe it should be vibrant, creative and will allow your children to stretch and grow. Students develop real-world relationships and real-life skills. For a great listen, you may want to check out Lisa Nehring’s (True North Homeschool Academy’s Director) podcast interview with The Online Homeschool Mom, Sarah Snyder!

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