A New Category

Me and a homeschool graduate who studied chemistry at university.

I really enjoyed preparing for and writing my previous post about homeschool graduate Dr. Nathan T. Brewer. If the statistics are correct, it was one of my most-read posts this year. As a result, I decided I would try to do some more writing about homeschool graduates and what they are doing these days. I have already scheduled an interview with a student who is currently in one of my university courses, and I am collecting contact information for other homeschool graduates. I hope to find out what they are doing, whether or not their faith plays a role in what they are doing, and what their honest opinions are about how homeschool prepared them for life beyond high school. While my natural inclination is to interview homeschool graduates who went on to some form of higher education, I hope to interview many homeschool graduates who participate in a wide range of careers.

While thinking about this new project, I realized that I have already written about homeschool graduates several times, so I decided to add a new category:

Homeschool Graduates

While the articles mostly focus on studies that have been performed on homeschool graduates, there are also some articles about individuals. Enjoy!

4 thoughts on “A New Category”

  1. I can’t wait to read these! Feel free to contact me if you are ever looking for an interview. I am a homeschool graduate who went on to higher education . . . and a bit of a fan boy 😉

    1. lol. I definitely will. It won’t be for a few weeks. I have an upcoming interview with someone who was not homeschooled but is amazing. That will probably be my next blog post.

  2. It is always a pleasure to be pictured on your blog and to be reminded of speaking with you at my graduation. Now two years later I am a sophomore chemistry honors student at my university, still crediting my success in part to the excellent science foundation your courses provided me with. I enjoyed your post about Dr. Nathan Brewer and am looking forward to reading about the pursuits of other homeschool graduates!

    1. Thank you so much, Ashley. I am sure you are an honors student because of your talent and hard work, but it means a great deal that you think I played a small role in it. I will email you in the future to see if you would like to be one of the students I write about.

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