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Where Are They Now: Kiera-Lee Hayes

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 … Continue reading

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Where Are They Now: Tegan Duke

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 … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Engage a High Schooler with Literature

It’s easy to engage a high schooler with literature if the high schooler already loves literature. And there’s the rub. To add to the rub, as it were, Sonlight high school history and literature courses are so compelling, so engaging, … Continue reading

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Sleep: A Surprising Reason to Homeschool

By itself, the promise of getting enough sleep is probably not a big enough benefit to convince you to start homeschooling. But once you begin homeschooling, and your children get enough sleep, you will wonder how you survived before. The … Continue reading

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How Homeschooling Can Prep Teens for Leadership

Can you name one surprising thing influential leaders such as Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, and others have in common? They all spent their teen years in a similar fashion. Check out this intriguing article from Time about How … Continue reading

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From Luke's Inbox: Teen Depression and Suicide

This article expresses why we didn't purchase Sonlight past 7th grade. I'm not sure how titles like Brave New World, The Great Gatsby, Treasure Island, Death of a Salesman, and others line up with Philippians 4:8. Thanks for sharing the … Continue reading

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Five Benefits Mentors Give You

Dark. Those years were dark and depressing, full of unacknowledged questions and hurts without balm. He didn't handle them well, these trials. He lashed out at friends and family. He complained bitterly to God. He raged against anyone whose shadow … Continue reading

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