We have a new gift to offer you, homeschooler! Vicki Tillman has been writing posts on how to homeschool high school over the last six months, and her posts are some of our most popular blogs. High school can be overwhelming, and having expert advice on transcripts and a well-rounded graduate is vital for a good homeschool high school experience.
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It is my great pleasure to introduce to you Kyle Thorp, 7 Sisters’ Summer Intern for 2011. Kyle is Allison’s second-born, and he is a Communication Studies major at Grove City College. Since communicating about homeschooling is what 7 Sisters is all about, we figured it was a great idea to have Kyle JOIN THE CONVERSATION!
Kyle is gifted with words (look for upcoming blog posts from him here at 7 Sisters). He is a deep thinker who is also great with details, and he’s going to spend this summer looking over the data we’ve collected in our first six months on the internet to find ways we can be more effective in reaching homeschoolers who need curriculum, coaching, community, and other resources to make their homeschooling adventure more rewarding.
Kyle is also one perseverant dude. He is currently hard at work with Vicki Tillman creating the tests and answer keys that will be a part of the Intro. to Psychology curriculum 7 Sisters will release next month. He spends hours evaluating our blog archives to determine resources homeschoolers seem to be asking for (we read your comments faithfully….keep ’em comin’!). If he starts a job, he finishes it. In fact, since I am his biological aunt, I remember one of the early evidences of his perseverant streak. May I tell you a story?
Life with toddlers is never dull. Allison was a “green mom” who used cloth diapers on her babies, and keeping up with Kaitlyn, Kyle and Hannah (each born just about year after the next-older sibling) meant lots of diapers in the pail. Kyle once took it upon himself to…HELP his mother with the often-full diaper pail. While he was supposed to be napping as a wee little tyke, he climbed out of his bed and emptied the diaper pail, one icky diaper at a time, until every last diaper had been diligently placed in a decorative position around the room. Now THAT’S the kind of guy we need interning at 7 Sisters!
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