Tag Archives: Homeschool Grads

Homeschooler’s Novel a Double Triumph

When newly-published author and homeschool graduate Joel Schlaudt started writing his dystopian novel as a teen, he didn’t expect that trying to get his work in print would make him feel—like his protagonist—that he was trapped in a heartless system. Homeschool graduate Joel Schaludt writes under the name Ransom Grey. His novel When Stars Go Out is […]

Living for More Than Just Ourselves: An Interview with Bo Stapler | Homeschool Helpers

Living for More Than Just Ourselves: An Interview with Bo Stapler | Homeschool Helpers

Bo Stapler’s brother Jack only lived for 20 months, but he inspired Bo to spend his life helping others. Now Bo, a homeschool grad and physician, is honoring his brother’s legacy by giving his patients the treatment they need and the love they deserve. Hear Bo’s story on Homeschool Heartbeat. Mike Smith: I’m joined today by Bo […]

A Passion for Justice: 9-1-1 and Dispatch: An Interview with Anna Wilke | Homeschool Helpers

As a 9-1-1 call taker and police dispatcher, Anna Wilke hears about terrible things every day—and she has a hard time explaining them to her friends and family. But that hasn’t stifled this homeschool grad’s passion for helping people. Hear Anna’s story on Homeschool Heartbeat. Mike Smith: My guest today is Anna Wilke. She’s a homeschool graduate […]

New Series || Homeschool Helpers: Grads and Parents Serving Your Community  

New Series || Homeschool Helpers: Grads and Parents Serving Your Community  

We are excited to introduce a new series entitled Homeschool Helpers! In these stories, we will highlight homeschool graduates and parents who are making a difference in their communities through their work as public servants. Families who homeschool are sometimes criticized because they are perceived to be isolating themselves from people around them. We have found that the opposite […]