Michigan Schools Closing-Home school optionJan 10th, 2009 | By Jessica Parnell | Category: General Homeschool Posts
Many are turning to homeschooling-realizing the value of individualized programs that will allow their children to continue their academics from where they are.
If you are a Michigan family, my heart goes out to you during this time of struggle. To be faced with the economic downturn while scrambling for an alternative to public schools closing in Michigan is a struggle that I know must be very taxing.
I encourage you to consider homeschooling.
Although it will have its struggles, it is the most rewarding educational opportunity you will ever take. Not only are you able to cater your program to the needs of your student, but you can build closer relationships, enjoy your children at a whole new level, and realize the freedom that homeschooling in Michigan allows.
It can also be intimidating as you struggle with questions on how to get started.
You don’t have to do it alone.
Bridgeway Homeschool Academy offers help every step of the way, from reviewing prior school records, to placement testing to selecting the right curriculum for your child, they are there for you as you take this exciting yet scary step. In addition, they are at your back, every step of the way-just pick up the phone to contact your advisor or drop her an e-mail for ideas, help, and encouragement.
You will also receive an accredited transcript and an accredited diploma if you continue to graduation.
And don’t hesitate to leave your comment. I am always ready to offer assistance in any way I can.
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