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Samual Jon Kalies
It is with great honor and thanksgiving that we announce the graduation of our son, Samual Jon Kalies. It has been a joy and privilege to homeschool Sam from kindergarten through high school. Through his years of homeschooling he has been involved in gym class, pottery, teen group, art fairs, the JV and Varsity basketball teams and constantly pursuing his gift and love for art. Sam has also been a big part of his church youth group by participating in and teaching small groups, leading VBS, playing in the worship band, and going on many missions’ trips. He has had many awesome mentors and friends along the way. We have been so blessed to watch Sam grow into the Godly man that he is today. Sam will be going to St. Norbert College in the fall to major in Graphic Design. We are sad to see him leave home, but are excited for him to begin this new journey and see the plans that God has made for him. We are so proud of you and love you Sam! Mom & Dad (Chris and Brenda Kalies) “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith” – Hebrews 12: 1-2
John Henry Hunt
John Henry Hunt, son of Scott and Kerri Hunt John, who has been homeschooled since kindergarten, is a calm, confident, respected leader among his siblings. During his years of homeschooling, he has enjoyed TKD, NEWCHAA basketball, building things with sticks, and being outside. He is an independent learner who loves to read. John loves to read. For his next adventure, he will attend the University of Minnesota as a Gold and National Merit Scholar. He will be greatly missed in our home. Trust in the Lord with all your heart? and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6
Greta Elizabeth Martha Hilgendorf,
Greta Elizabeth Martha Hilgendorf, daughter of Mark and Lisa, excels both academically and musically. It is her unpretentious personality, fun-loving spirit, contagious smile, and eagerness to serve those around her that give her family the most pride. Greta is excited to pursue a double major in Mandarin and Political Science at the University of Minnesota. Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of Christ Jesus for you. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
Abbey Louise Frick
Abbey Louise Frick, daughter of Jeffrey and Phyllis Frick Admired by her two younger sisters and parents, Abbey has brought beauty to the life of her family through art, dance and music. She has discovered and enjoyed God in her varied studies. The next step in her journey is the pursuit of a music education degree at Carson Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee, where she also plans to fully enjoy the warmer climate! He must become greater; I must become less. John 3:30
Jacob Jung
Jacob Jung has been a student at home since preschool, except for one amazing high school semester spent at Conserve School in Land O’ Lakes, WI. He has been pursuing a military career since he was four years old and will be making that dream come true as he has earned an Army ROTC scholarship at Wheaton College where he plans on studying Economics alongside Military Science classes. Romans 2:6-8 He will render to each one according to his works: to those who by patience in well-doing seek for glory and honor and immortality, he will give eternal life; but for those who are self-seeking and do not obey the truth, but obey unrighteousness, there will be wrath and fury.
Dana Janssen
Dana Janssen, daughter of Scott and Renee Janssen To our mixed delight and disbelief, Dana is all grown up! It has been our TRUE JOY to spend our days with her for the past eighteen years and we look forward with great anticipation to all God holds for her future. In August, she plans to pack her things (including many pairs of shoes) and head to the Windy City to pursue an elementary education degree from Moody Bible Institute. “We have this hope as an anchor for our soul, firm and secure.” Hebrews 6:19a
Alex McDonald
Alex McDonald, son of Tom and Ellie McDonald. Alex has been home schooled his entire life. Excelling in athletics and desiring to help others, Alex has put these two gifts together to pursue a career as a firefighter/paramedic. He received his state certification in Fire Fighting in May 2014, and has been a volunteer firefighter with Little Suamico Fire Department since November, 2013. He will continue his education at Fox Valley Technical College this Fall. "Let no one disregard you because you are young, but be an example to all the believers in the way you speak and behave, and in your love, your faith and your purity." 1Tm 4:12
Joshua Graham
Amelia Lauth
Amelia Qing Lauth, daughter of Daniel and Deborah Lauth. Amelia has been homeschooled her whole life, growing up and learning in a Christian atmosphere. She has enjoyed multiple fun and challenging activities through 4-H, Tae Kwon Do, judo, piano, her church youth group, and the GBACH teen group. Amelia plans to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, majoring in biochemistry. She hopes to eventually become either a surgeon or a medical researcher and work for Froedtert Hospital. "For I am the Lord, your God, Who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, 'Do not fear; I will help you.' " (Isaiah 41:13)
Jonathan Graham
Carissa Alberts

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Welcome to Green Bay Area Christian Homeschoolers!

GBACH exists to provide Christ-centered support and encouragement and to offer academic, social, and service opportunities to private homeschools in Green Bay and surrounding areas. 

GBACH maintains a clear delineation between virtual school, charter schools, and private homeschools and accepts only private homeschools for membership.  A private homeschool is a family that has registered with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) using Form PI-1206. Please note that the State of Wisconsin defines virtual and charter schools as public schools, and all children enrolled in them are considered public school students even though they receive instruction at home. Students enrolled in any virtual charter school are not included on PI-1206 forms and are not considered to be homeschooled according to Wisconsin law. Therefore, they are not eligible for GBACH membership, nor can they participate in GBACH only events and activities unless granted explicit permission by the coordinator or board. 

According to the current board’s interpretation of the GBACH bylaws, GBACH members are persons registered with GBACH and include only: 1) the parents of homeschooled child(ren); 2) the child(ren) for whom a PI-1206 is filed; and 3) parents and any children younger than six years of age who are not enrolled in any public school or virtual charter school, and who intend to home school in the future.

Please note that this delineation is in no way meant to be a “judgment” on families who utilize brick-and-mortar or virtual charter public schools for some of their children. In fact, GBACH respects the right of the parents in each family unit to choose whatever they deem to be an appropriate educational program for each child. Rather, GBACH’s policy is in keeping with the advice of the Wisconsin Parents Association (WPA) and the Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), both of whom strongly recommend that homeschool associations insure that public/taxpayer funds are not used within private homeschool groups.  The policy is simply meant to protect private homeschoolers from possible government intrusion that may occur when taxpayer funds are used for private homeschool activities.