High Schoolers – Weimar Insititute wants to hear from you!

Weimar Institute, a self supporting Seventh-day Adventist college in California, is in the process of evaluating new degree program options for strategic planning purposes.  Weimar Institute would like to survey Adventist homeschool high school students to find out if any of the programs they are considering would be of interest to them.

weimar Adventist homeschool high school students are of particular importance to Weimar because a very large percentage of our college students were homeschooled for much or all of their education before coming to college at Weimar.

All Adventist homeschoolers in grades 9-12 are invited to participate in Weimar’s online survey found HERE: https://www.surveymonkey.com/ r/T9H9B2M   The questionnaire takes 5-7 minutes to complete and is confidential.

online-survey-icon-or-logoThis is an excellent opportunity for high schoolers to let their voice be heard!  Please share with the Adventist homeschool high schoolers you know and encourage them to participate.

 

 

Is Nature Study a Regular Part of Your Homeschool?

Many homeschool families participated in The Great Backyard Bird Count this past weekend as part of their nature study.   Nature study is a regular activity for many families, while for others it is a seasonal or occasional part of homeschooling.  What about your family?

Poll: Do You Teach AND Work?

Many people think homeschool families only consist of a working father and stay-at-home mother who does the teaching.  We know that in today’s economy, that scenario is not always true.  There are many variations that work for families.   What is the reality in your home? Feel free to leave a comment.

Poll: Do You Teach AND Work?

Many people think homeschool families only consist of a working father and stay-at-home mother who does the teaching.  We know that in today’s economy, that scenario is not always true.  There are many variations that work for families.   What is the reality in your home? Feel free to leave a comment.