We love our Sonlight students! And after almost thirty years in business, we are pleased to feature stories of Sonlighters who are making a difference in the world. From business to academia, from churches to the mission field, from neighborhoods to home, we are grateful to have been a part of these amazing students' lives. (Some are even raising second generation Sonlighters! How awesome is that?!)
You may have seen some of these Sonlighters in the pages of a Sonlight catalog over the years and perhaps you wonder what they are up to now. Here's the scoop! May you be encouraged as you pursue a "few regrets" lifestyle of bonding with your kids each day and teaching them what's most important to you.
We love catching up with long-time Sonlight users who are now thriving young adults. Use #sonlightstories on social media to share your thoughts and photos. Or email your images and testimonials to email@example.com.
Where Are Sonlight Scholarship Winners Now?
Sonlight provides a broad education that teaches students how to think and grow. That, in turn, prepares them for all sorts of careers.
4 Reasons a Second Generation Homeschooler Chooses Sonlight
Brianna's church-planting parents chose to homeschool to provide a stable education amidst their frequent moves. Now Brianna homeschools her children, too.
Where Are They Now: Megan Simlia
Megan Simila earned an M.A. in Child and Adolescent Counseling at the University of Cambridge in England. She now lives in Boise, Idaho and works with first generation low-income high school students.
Where Are They Now: Scott McIntosh
Scott was homeschooled K-12th grade mostly using Sonlight curriculum. He recounts, "Through my homeschool education, I gained a Christ-centered and well-balanced worldview, an ability and desire to learn independently, and a perspective on education that extended far beyond the walls of any classroom.
Where Are They Now: Heather and Autumn Lopez
Former Sonlighter Autumn L just graduated summa cum laude from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, with a degree in Industrial Technology (in the college of Business).
Where Are They Now: Garrison Crouch
From garage workshop to NASA: Chemical engineer seeks to affect people’s daily lives for good
Where Are They Now: Kiera-Lee Hayes
Catching up on Kiera-Lee Hayes, now 15, and her teenage accomplishments in areas of academics, spirituality, and extracurriculars.
View all posts in the Where Are They Now series in which we feature the stories of long-time Sonlight users who are now thriving young adults.