Museum of Science Fiction Hosts Escape Velocity!

Have you ever created gum drop buildings with a Tie Fighter Pilot? Danced with a Klingon? Flown drones through an obstacle course? You can experience all these and more this Memorial Day Weekend! Check out Escape Velocity, hosted by the Museum of Science Fiction, a science meets pop-culture convention at … Continue reading

You Still Have Time to Get That Special Valentine’s Day Gift!

Valentine

Still have a few near-and-dear kindred spirits to cross off your Valentine’s list? Check out these thoughtful and fun ideas that will arrive in two days or less on Amazon Prime—all without a hint of last-minute panic. Click through our links, and you’ll be helping GHF for having your back! … Continue reading

Student Art Show:  Create Your Own Comic Book or Graphic Novel (Fall 2017)

comic art

By Lisa Baba, GHFO art instructor For the Fall 2017 semester, GHF Online offered Create Your Own Comic Book or Graphic Novel. In this class, we explored the various elements that compose comic books, delving into what makes a great character, both literarily and visually, pondering plot and the different kinds of conflicts that … Continue reading

Looking Forward: What Parents of Gifted Homeschoolers Need to Do to Keep Their Juniors On Track

YCYW planning

By Lessa Scherrer Homeschool College Admissions Consultant at the Uncommon Applicant.com Much like homeschooling, the college admissions process is mostly a juggling act. Students need to stay on top of classes and activities, nurture relationships with teachers who will write recommendations, find leadership activities and ways to make an impact, as … Continue reading

New GHF Community Discussion Group!

community discussion

GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum is excited to announce our new Facebook GHF Community Discussion Group!   Designed to provide support and community for parents of gifted and twice-exceptional individuals, as well as those professionals interested in learning more about giftedness and twice-exceptionality issues and realities, the GHF Community Discussion Group meets where … Continue reading

You Are Invited: GHFO Fall 2017 Art Show!

comic art

You are cordially invited to attend an online art show hosted by students from the GHF Online class, Create Your Own Comic Book or Graphic Novel. Throughout this past semester, students have learned about creating characters, developing storylines, and communicating them through the medium of comic book art. They would … Continue reading

Fill Their Minds Instead of Their Shelves: Gift One-of-a-Kind GHF Online Classes

GHFO

It’s becoming a well-worn holiday gift-giving mantra: Experiences over stuff. We have good intentions, but this involves more thought and planning and we just had Halloween, and now there’s Thanksgiving, and we’re at a checkpoint with our schooling, and aren’t the kids going to freak out if they don’t have … Continue reading

From Home Education to Higher Education: A Review of Lori Dunlap’s New Book

higher ed

by Celi Trépanier What do you think the number one concern associated with homeschooling would be? If you ask me, I’d have to say the socialization question: How will my homeschooled child find friends and be able to interact socially with other children? In reality, socialization has proven to be … Continue reading