Gifted Wins: Celebrating Our Kids

Gifted Wins

“Three-year-old Prodigy Discovers Cure for Cancer!” “Gifted Child Invents Perpetual Motion Machine!”  Have you read headlines like this and thought, “My child must not be gifted”? Maybe you didn’t doubt your child’s giftedness, but feared sharing your personal success stories, knowing that what represented a major win for you would … Continue reading

Lincoln Butters’ Hero’s Journey

Lincoln, 10, participated in the spring semester of GHF Online’s Harry Potter and the Hero’s Journey class taught by Allison Stieger. He really enjoyed stepping through each book to examine how the hero’s journey could be applied, as well as how mythology influenced the stories. His semester-end project was to apply the hero’s journey to his own life. Lincoln chose to share his journey from the “ordinary world” of attending school and “crossing the threshold” to the extraordinary world of homeschooling. He has found many mentors and allies on his journey, including his excellent instructors at GHF Online. Continue reading

Online class about Greek and Roman Mythology makes impression

Online class and instructor win with young man “Nathan participated in the fall semester of GHF Online‘s Beyond Percy Jackson: Real Stories of Greek and Roman Mythology online class with Allison Stieger. Recently, he visited the Seattle Art Museum’s Impression Exhibit, where he proceeded to proudly share the entire myth … Continue reading

Gifted Wins: Broadcom MASTERS Semifinalist

Broadcom MASTERS Semifinalist We are very proud of Becky and her project, Rhizosphere Inoculant Effects on Seedling Maturity. She’s been named one of the 300 Broadcom MASTERS semifinalists! Semifinalists hail from 226 middle schools in 39 states and American Samoa, and represent 127 regional and state science fairs across the … Continue reading