I began homeschooling my three children in 2020. We moved to Liberty in December 2020 and decided to continue to homeschool after we relocated. I’ve been married to my husband for 14 years. I love being a wife, mother, and homemaker. I also have a passion and talent for music. I play trumpet, saxophone, and flute. I have also played clarinet and French horn in high school. I sing in our church worship band and in Voices of Midwestern choir at MBTS. I love all genres of music but especially jazz, Christian, and classic hymns. I love how music can join us with generations past in worship!
Mrs. Bishop is a homeschool graduate herself and has been homeschooling her children since 2005. She and her husband got married in 1999 and have six children.
30yo, my husband and I were both homeschooled through all 12 grades. I enjoy crafts of all kinds but crochet is my favorite. I also love to read, cook, bake, can, and swim. I desire to homeschool my children so we can teach each subject at a pace suitable to each individual, learn hands-on many things I feel schools don't teach, and above all else openly teach and practice our faith in God in all things.
Hello, I'm Mrs. Harp. I'm Maggie (12) and Katie's (10) mom. We have been home schooling since Maggie was about 6. I don't consider myself a "teacher" so to speak but I love seeing our kids learn and grow! I am looking forward to leading these classes with our kids!
Mrs. Ledgerwood has been home schooling her two children for 8 years. She has a B.S. of Ed from Geneva College. She taught at the elementary-level, has trained adults, and now runs her own tutoring service. Mrs. Ledgerwood loves to cook, hang out with her family, play games, and watch movies.
Merry Ohler is a wife, mother to three, and homemaker who has homeschooled her children since her oldest was in preschool. Her children are now in 5th, 3rd and 1st grades. She is also a working writer and runs a photography business. She received her first camera from her parents for Christmas when she was seven and has been a storyteller since she learned to write. Mrs. Ohler is a second-generation homeschooler; she was homeschooled through 4th grade, attended private Christian school through junior high, and attended public high school. She is passionate about serving Jesus first in every sphere of life. Before starting her photography business and writing when her oldest son was born, her professional experience included sales and service training, training system development, B2B marketing and sales, travel, management, and retail merchandising. She has been married to Mr. Ohler since 2009 and resides in Liberty, MO. Mrs. Ohler's favorite hobbies include playing board games, cooking, baking, crocheting, crafts, painting art, learning to play piano, reading, writing, spending time outdoors in God's beautiful creation, and trying to keep her ever-growing collection of houseplants alive.
Dana Polo met her husband in the Southwest Baptist University Music Department. They have been married for 23 years and have five children who have been schooled every which way: public, private, and at home. She enjoys serving her church in the women's and music ministry, cooking, gardening, experimenting with plant propagation, reading the news, and playing logic and word games. She never thought she would be a home schooling mom, but she's glad she is.
Mrs. Rittenhouse earned a BA in Criminal Justice/Criminology from UMKC, followed by an MS in CJ/C from the University of Cincinnati. She and her husband Matt have been married since 2009, and have two children, Erik and Andrew. Mrs. Rittenhouse enjoys good humor, cooking, crocheting, reading, and training search and rescue dogs. She and her search dog Grendel are nationally certified and work for the State of Kansas.
Hello, my name is Michelle Seal and I was homeschooled from K-12th grade.
I have been married to my husband for 14 years and we have two children.
Our kids started in public school but we switched to homeschooling in 2020 and have never looked back.
I attended community college on a Forensics (speech not the science kind) scholarship and previously worked as a librarian assistant at a pre-k/elementary school.
I love history and the arts and spend my free time sewing, gardening, and watching reruns of old tv shows.
In 2021 I had registered my oldest Son Jackson for kindergarten. I had extreme anxiety through the whole process, I thought it was normal and that all moms experience this. As the summer was quickly coming to an end and school got closer my anxiety grew stronger and I began to feel like what I was feeling was more then just the "normal anxiety" So I did what I should have done months prior.
I prayed.... I asked for clear signs, for peace, for confidence, and for support if I chose to try and homeschool. Two weeks before school was supposed to start The Lord answered and it couldn't have been more clear! I thought i'd try it for kindergarten and then maybe i'd be ok to send him to school for the first grade...... I was not!
Jackson is about to start second grade and my youngest Mack will start kindergarten and I can't imagine life any other way!
I was born in Vancouver BC, I moved to Portland Oregon when I was 18 to attend a small christian college where i met my husband JT, this year we will have been married for 16 years!
We have lived on the West Coast, the East Coast, and the Gulf Coast. When we moved to KC we felt like we were home! So we moved here for good in 2016 .
In January 2023 I became an American Citizen So now you're all really stuck with me!