Share Your Story

You can play a part in building the homeschool community along with HOME by sharing your story with others!

Stories about your homeschooling experiences and adventures will encourage, inspire, and bring joy and laughter to others. We are looking forward to the stories you have to share, especially those where HOME has been a part!   


Stories and testimonies may be submitted by anyone, parents, grandparents and children, alike!


Read what others have to say about HOME on our Testimonial Page. Want to encourage others? Email us and let us know how HOME has helped you!  


Each accepted submission will receive a $5 Gift Certificate that can be used at HOME's Inventory Reduction Booth at HOME Events (Convention & Used Curriculum Sale & Expo).


Please email your submissions to HOME at


Stories and testimonies will be posted (at HOME's discretion) on our Testimonial Page. Some may be used in HOME publications and promotions. By submitting a story, you are granting HOME permission to use it for these purposes.  


Story Starter Ideas

Not sure where to start?  Let us give you a helping hand.  Pick one of these ideas, or share something original!


My favorite part of the HOME Convention was when ......


The HOME Used Curriculum Sale & Expo is ......


This year's TeenPact class was ......


On the field trip to ......, I learned about ......


While using a HOME Unit Study ......, I especially enjoyed ......


I look forward to HOME Monthly Skates because ......


HOME has helped me to ......


Here is an example...

Mealtime Madness  

By Kathy Green


I am really looking forward to Melanie Young's workshop, Sanity's in the Freezer during the HOME Convention this year. Needless to say, mealtimes are busy times for homeschool families. In the process of involving the kiddos, so that lessons of helpfulness and responsibility are learned, things can go a little wrong. Sometimes our words are... well, not quite understood.


Yesterday, our 5 year old grandson was warming up his pre-prepared blueberry pancake in the toaster. When the pancake popped up, he carefully removed it. But the pancake was a little hot, and his finger felt a little burned. 


Moms always have the ready solution to life's little mishaps. "Go into the bathroom and run some cold water over it," she said. 


When he returned to the kitchen, he held up his hand to show his mother a very soggy and crumbled pancake, and cried, "Mom, that was a TERRIBLE idea!"


The lesson of the day? Be sure that your child clearly understands the instructions!

2017 Ongoing HOME Events

Group Portfolio Reviews

8/16 Presque Isle

8/17 Camden 

8/23 Augusta

8/24 Rockland

8/25 Liberty

Summer Playground Days

8/15 Brownfield

8/29 Bridgton

9/26 Brownfiled

Monthy Sports & Fitness Activities 

9/14 HOME Hike. Rockport

9/28 HOME Hike, Rockport

10/6 Monthly Skate, Portland   


Upcoming in 2017

Upcoming in 2018