Milwaukee HomeSchooling



The focus of Milwaukee HomeSchooling

is aimed to help homeschooling families

on their journey to

make homeschooling a

positive experience for the whole family. 

I give individual support. 


Questions contact me


Special offers listed here

Eastbrook Academy Presents:

Charlie and The Chocolate Factory

Join the adventure and enter Willie Wonka’s
World of Imagination
November 10th & 11th
7:00 p.m.
Free Admission*
At Eastbrook Church
5385 N Greenbay Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53226
* A freewill donation will be taken to benefit EBA Drama


The Concordia University Wisconsin Theatre Department invites you to

“The Women of Lockerbie”,

The Concordia University Players is performing “The Women of Lockerbie”, a critically acclaimed play by Deborah Brevoort. 

An emotionally charged play that emphasizes love over hate, written by playwright Deborah Brevoort.

“The Women of Lockerbie” is about the journey of a mother who lost her son to the plane crash of Pan Am 103.

While the mother is looking for her son’s remains, she meets the women of Lockerbie.

These women are fighting the U.S. government to receive the clothes from the victims that were involved in this crash.

The women want to turn this act of hatred into love by washing the clothes of the deceased and returning them to the victim’s families.

"A witness' job is to turn hatred into love" is a quote from the play which expresses the central idea and themes found throughout.

“The Women of Lockerbie” is written in the structure of a Greek tragedy,

and it will surely bring you through a powerful emotional and spiritual experience asserting love over hate.

If you would like ticket information or further information about the production,

please contact, or by phone at 262-243-2035. 

If you are interested in attending and would like an educational packet on the show, please indicate that in your response.

We would appreciate all reservations to be made

by October 30th.


The process of homeschooling begins with the question,

"Should our family homeschool?"


There are many reasons why families homeschool

and here is my story of why I chose to homeschool my child

and I hope it inspires you to add your story or at least let you know that you are not alone

and there are many different reasons to homeschool.

If you have made the choice to homeschool there are several

next steps to take along the path. 

One of the most important, is to contact your state

to inform them of your choice to homeschool 

and to find out your state's homeschool regulations.

There are many other harder choices, such as the curriculum for your family

or whether you want to unschool your children

 or take a more traditional path of education.

Then there are classes and great links to find.

Then there is finding the right homeschool group(s) to get support from other families. 

If you are interested in learning more about my services

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Inspiring Quotes:

"Learning never exhausts the mind." -   Leonardo da Vinci

"Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in getting up every time we do." - Confucius

"Without the darkness, we could never see the stars." Tasslehoof Burrfoot from the Dragonlance series

"The mind is like a parachute. It doesn't work unless it's open"  — Frank Zappa

"Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it you will land among the stars." Les Brown

"A big shot is a little shot that kept shooting".
- Anonymous

"An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." Benjamin Franklin

"Don’t change color to match the walls. Look like you belong and the walls will change color to match you."  Kendar  proverb

"You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any direction you choose." 
Dr. Seuss

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." - Albert Einstein

Website Presented by Mary Schroeder
Website Initiated on August 7, 2009
Last website updated on October 15, 2016
Pages modified/added to: Home Page, Homeshool Events and Groups, and Other Homeschool Classes page(s).

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