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/Events listed here


Their Spring semester January 25, 2017.

They have an exciting round of classes to offer.

  They have openings, for the whole semester or for individual classes.

Email me for more information!

Dinese Davero-Farrington, B.A.

Concordia University, Wisconsin

Concordia Center for Environmental Stewardship



Homeschool Music Academy - 5 Locations

Spring Semester is about to begin at the
Music Academy of Greater Milwaukee

Band, Orchestra, Choir, General Music,
Early Childhood, Piano, Guitar,
and more.
 160 active students.

 Please log on to for details and contact information.


Art history and Art Techniques

A local artist (recent transplant from Nebraska)
and have recently acquired studio space on the Eastside.
 I home schooled my children when they were younger and loved it.
 I'm thinking about setting up art classes (history/ technique/ etc)
for local homeschool families.

Michelle Noddings

Winter Park Day

Come one come all to the Milwaukee Area Home Learners - MAHL

Winter Park Day event. We will ice skate (rink conditions permitting),

play in the park and have some winter fun.

Everyone is invited - you don't have to be a MAHL member - so bring a friend.

Here are the details:

What: Winter Park Day and Ice Skating at Lake Park, Milwaukee

(3233 E. Kenwood Blvd. - rink is by the tennis courts and playground).

When: Thursday, February 2, 1:30-3:30

Cost: Free! And treats will be provided.

Sign up ahead by commenting on the MAHL Facebook page that you will attend.

We want to have enough treats for all.

But if you didn’t sign up - come anyway. And bring friends! Hope to see you there!


Homeschooling Families
Do you have a 6-8 year-old child who struggles to stay on-task during the school day?
We are researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
who are conducting a study to increase academic engaged time
 and decrease off-task behaviors among six to eight year-old students.
There is no cost to participating.
please contact Rachel DeRoos to find out if you are eligible
(contact information provided below).

Rachel DeRoos, M.S.                                   Stanley Garbacz, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin – Madison                                 


Looking for a hands-on opportunity to teach your

students how our Wisconsin Government works?


Then join Wisconsin Right to Life at our

Feb. 7th, 2017 Legislative Conference!

 Where: Best Western Inn on the Park, 22 S. Carroll Street, Madison, WI 53703

When: Tuesday, Feb. 7th, 2017 – 8 am to 1 pm


What: Your students will come away from Wisconsin Right to Life’s Legislative Conference

excited and eager to learn more about right-to-life issues and the legislative process.

Key capitol staffers and legislators take the mystery out of the legislative process

and tell them how things “really” work in the state legislature.

A hearty continental breakfast is complimentary,

and after our talks with legislative experts.

We will head across the street to the Capitol where your students can visit their own legislators’ offices and meet their staff.

For those wishing to learn about the history of the capitol,

we are arranging a special tour of our beautiful capitol just for them.

After that, everyone is free to enjoy the many fun lunch options around the Capitol Square!


Student Rate: $20 (Early Bird Rate, ends Jan. 14th!)

Chaperone Rate: $30 (Early Bird Rate, ends Jan. 14th!)


Learn more:  


Have any questions? Contact me at 414-308-1063 or at this email address,


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

Become a fan on facebook.


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 January 18, 2017
Pages modified/added to: Home Page and Other homeschooling classes page(s).

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