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Homeschooling is Hard and Worthy Work

Every year around this time, I see cartoons in which moms celebrate the yellow bus coming around the corner and shout, “Take my kids, please!” Those comments usually make me sad, because I really loved being with my kids and … Continue reading

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What if my student doesn't complete all the Cores?

Sonlight offers a wide selection of packages for your K-12 journey. We call the programs that include History, Bible, Language Arts, and Reading a Core. We were using this term long before Common Core became a political phrase. Sonlight has … Continue reading

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A Peek Inside the Sonlight Warehouse

Few have experienced a tour of Sonlight. A few more have braved my monster-less pseudo monster movie tour. And today, my blog-reading friends, you get a rare peek into how amazing Sonlight's warehouse is. 1. Designed for Efficiency Receiving happens … Continue reading

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From Luke's Inbox: A for Effort

I adjunct for a junior college. Many of my students are single moms. They may not do as well as the other students on tests, but they are often working 20 to 40 hours a week, taking care of kids … Continue reading

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You Feeling Totally Paralyzed?

I hear her bang her computer mouse repeatedly against the desk. My wife is usually an incredibly patient and relaxed person, but every now and again she'll snap. Not to worry, she still has nothing on me in the lose-it … Continue reading

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Sonlight on the inside

I pray that Sonlight as a company never settles for the status quo. For one, we strive to be an excellent place to work. We also aim to do business in an upright manner with all our vendors, contractors and … Continue reading

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The Weight of Success

His arms burned as he surged through the water to the finish. He hit the touch pad and looked up at the clock. A new personal best. Swimming Touch Pad He let himself sink back into the water. As he … Continue reading

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