We spoke in our January blog about the plethora of electives and extracurricular activities that homeschoolers can join in on. All of them were unique ideas that you may not have thought about, from Quidditch to fly fishing to the theatre. 

As homeschooling parents, you have so much more freedom in deciding what kind of extracurricular activities in which your child is interested. Many times at public schools, children are limited to the typical activities found at every school. However, you get to go beyond and really find something unique and interesting.



With the school year fast approaching, students are preparing for their last year of high school. Many of them are thinking about the “what’s next?” Will they be going to a more technical and engineering school like NC State, or will they be pursuing medical at Chapel Hill or Law at Duke?

If your child has been involved in theater, dance, or music, they may have developed a real talent and love for the arts. So maybe they consider teaching music by going to Appalachian State, or maybe they consider something totally different like a conservatory such as Julliard in New York. 

Could it be that a conservatory actually matches their hopes, dreams, and goals better? Let us explore more about conservatories and what makes them different from a standard college institution.



We spoke in our January blog about the plethora of electives and extracurricular activities that homeschoolers could join in on. All of them were unique ideas that you may not have thought about, from Quidditch to fly fishing to the theatre. 

As homeschooling parents, you have so much more freedom in deciding what kind of extracurricular activities in which your child is interested. Many times at public schools, children are limited to the typical activities found at every school. However, you get to go beyond and really find something unique and interesting.



It’s almost that time of year again. Kids are in their second semester of school and honestly are just itching for summer break to hurry up and get here. 

Among trips to the beach, pool parties, ice cream, and hanging out with friends, your child has so many things they hope to do this summer. After about one month of summer vacation, though, many kids seem to have already accomplished their list of things they wanted to do for the summer. 

We could even say some look forward to going back to school because they miss the community and they miss being given things to do!

This summer could be different, though! If your child enjoys the arts, Theatre Summer Camp could fill that void that only community and some fun assignments will fill.