Homeschooling News From Maryland

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2019: Maryland Homeschool News

  • With fewer than 300 National Merit Semifinalists named in Maryland MDHSA gives a great shout out of congratulations to the homeschoolers who made the list! [Sept 2019, mdhsa.com]

  • Kent County Public Schools approved a new program for homeschoolers: Kent County Blended Learning Academy [July 2019, myeasternshoremd.com]

  • Congratulations to Maryland homeschooler Storrie Kulynych-Irvin for being one of the statewide winners in The Library of Congress 2019 Letters About Literature. [June 2019, bayweekly.com] 

  • Great job, Prince George’s County, Maryland homeschooler Michael Platt, for your successful business Michael’s Desserts. [June 2019, Washington Post]

  • Awesome job, Fallston area homeschooler Hannah Leubecker for becoming the first homeschooled recruit for the University of Maryland College Park lacrosse team. [May 2019, Baltimore Sun]

  • Great job homeschoolers Aneka Seumanutafa (Emmitsburg) and Faith Choi (Frederick) for making U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball golf history with your championship winning games. [April 2019, amateurgolf.com]

  • Amazing job by Frederick county homeschooler Abigail Haffey for winning the overall grand prize for the 2019 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Frederick County. [April 2019, fredericknewspost.com]

  • Watch a great interview with veteran and local homeschool parent Monica Utsey and her brilliant approach to teaching history. [January 2019, edweek.com]

2018: Maryland Homeschool News

2017: Maryland Homeschool News

2016: Maryland Homeschool News

  • Nice job of putting learning into action with a plastic-eating bacteria project. [November 2016, Baltimore Sun]

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Last modified on September 13, 2019