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Through Multiple Deployments, Homeschooling Keeps Military Kids Anchored

Military families move three times as much as their civilian counterparts, which can make it hard for kids to stay focused. HSLDA education consultant Natalie Mack, wife of a retired Navy chaplain, explains how homeschooling helped her kids.

From Harvard Classes to Air Force ROTC—Homeschool Grad Soars

Bea Holzbach’s personalized homeschool program did more than prepare her academically. She also developed leadership skills that resulted in the Air Force offering her a college scholarship.

SLOs Are Catching a Vision for Helping Homeschool Families

The civilian personnel who should be serving as a key support to homeschooling families in the military don’t always know how. That’s where HSLDA’s Natalie Mack comes in.

Finding Connection through Military Relocations as a Homeschool Family | Ep. 52

Join Natalie Mack and Beverly Jacobson (retired Air Force wife, Trisomy Advocate, and mom to nine) for a conversation about finding connection even through the ups and downs of relocating as a military homeschool family.

Add Homeschooling to Military Life, and It’s a Wild Combo

Natalie Mack moved her family 16 times during her husband’s career as a Navy chaplain. Now she’s helping others balance homeschooling with the demands of military service.

9 Tips for Homeschooling in the Military Q&A

Is it legal? How to connect? What about support when PCSing? Watch this free webinar to get an insider’s scoop on homeschooling in the military!

Military Homeschoolers Don’t Have to File with the Military

Absent an exceptional situation, no homeschool family is ever required to give their home instruction paperwork to a Department of Defense representative.

Navy Drifts Away from Common Sense on Homeschool Records

Navy recruiters told a homeschool graduate he could not enlist without all his grade school records. We’re working to help the Navy correct its course on this.

Never Give Up: How a Teen, His Mom, and HSLDA Cleared the Runway to JROTC

After four years in his local Civil Air Patrol, Ryan Carbonel applied to a federal military prep program, hoping to become a US Air Force Officer. But officials said, “Nope! Homeschoolers can’t participate.” That’s when Ryan’s family called HSLDA.

On the Double: HSLDA Helps Veteran Overcome Discrimination in Two Hours

Even after years of military service, this homeschool graduate found his high school credentials being questioned by a university admissions staffer. He reached out to HSLDA for help.