Grade: A 3 college credits For English 101 at community college, I did worksheets, discussion forums, “free response journals” and essay assignments. I have read Fahrenheit 451 in the past … Continue reading English Academic Writing and Research I at community college
Grade: A Credits: 0.5 For Media Communications, I learned a lot about mass media and video production. I took a mass media course, and I took a zoom class on … Continue reading Media Communications
Are you a tween or teen looking for an addicting page-turner, or are you a parent looking for one for your tween or teen? Look no further. The captivating Gallagher … Continue reading Wanna be a spy?
Welcome to my homeschool space! There’s a lot of vlogs out there that help you design a homeschool area, but they’re geared for little kids. Here’s my HIGH SCHOOL homeschool … Continue reading My homeschool space! (and some cool stuff to make your kids BRAINIACS!)
Grade: A For Japanese IV for my senior year, I continued Rosetta Stone and used Verbling to supplement my learning, which is a online language tutor website. Just the same … Continue reading Japanese IV A
Grade: A To kick off Video Production II, I took NYFA’s filmmaking camp. It was super fun and I learned a lot. This wasn’t my first time with NYFA; I … Continue reading Video Production II
Grade: A 100% For this year’s speech class, I planned to learn how to write a speech, perfect its presentation by practicing in front of multiple audiences, and then actually … Continue reading Speech
Grade: A 100% For my continuation of my music learning, I stretched my wings a little more. While I continued my School of Rock studies that I’ve highlighted in vlogs … Continue reading Music – Performing Arts II
As a homeschooler who actively seeks out challenges, I take some pretty amazing elective courses. One I enjoyed this year was Video Production. There were two aspects to my class … Continue reading Video Production I
Grade: A 100% For my sophomore year of Japanese III, I used Rosetta Stone as my primary learning source. As in prior years, I continue to enjoy Rosetta Stone because … Continue reading Japanese III
It’s another day of isolation because of this coronavirus outbreak, and all my friends are really bored. But I’m not! So today I’ll tell you about my favorite things to … Continue reading Coronavirus Pandemic: FUN THINGS TO DO IN QUARANTINE!
Ready to delve into a new world of edge-of-your-seat excitement and thrilling adventures? Would you believe that you can learn history at the same time? Reading historical fiction … Continue reading Immerse Yourself in History… With a Book