Category Archives: Homeschooling In SC

If YOU choose to homeschool in SC what HELP do you have??? Glad you ask! (YouTube recording)

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One of the new things I’m working on is providing resources to the homeschooling community and specifically the members of UCHU.

You have to watch the YouTube live interview I had to Wakesha Fogle of Greenville, SC to learn what we are providing for YOU!! 🙂

 

A little about Wakesha:

Wakesha Fogle is a devoted educator of almost two decades and co-founder, alongside her husband Emanuel, of WAKE Academy and Consulting LLC of Greenville, South Carolina. WAKE Academy and Consulting’s mission is to bridge instructional gaps and circumvent educational pitfalls students experience. Mrs. Fogle believes that all students are extraordinary, each with their own varying extraordinary needs; therefore, necessitating an extra-ordinary education. WAKE strives to make this a reality through unleashing the potential of scholars, families and educators, by equipping them with the individualized support they need and deserve. Not only has Wakesha been a devoted educator for the past eighteen years, she is also a wife and mother of three daughters.

Be sure to take advantage of WAKE Academy and Consulting LLC! Wakesha provides online Math tutoring for students of all grade levels. Be sure to reach out to Wakesha for services you may be searching for. 🙂

Enjoy the interview and would LOVE to hear your feedback!!

(Please share this interview and look for other interviews in the near future. You just never know what homeschooling family need to hear this information.)

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 25 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool co-op director, Toastmasters Competent Communicator recipient, racial injustice activist and follower of Yahweh. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC

In SC can I homeschool other people’s children?

In SC can I homeschool other people’s children is a popular question I often get.

Matter of fact just the other day I received a call from someone inquiring about this and starting a learning center of sorts for homeschoolers.

This is A VERY GOOD QUESTION!!

Let’s look at what the Option 3 law has to say about this………

View this YouTube video to get clarity on homeschooling other people’s children within the state of SC.

(Share this blog post on your social media page: with homeschooling friends, homeschooling family and homeschoolers in general!  🙂

Serving You and Yours,

Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 25 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool co-op director, Toastmasters Competent Communicator recipient, racial injustice activist and follower of Yahweh. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC

SC Legislation Update for Homeschool and Public school families

UCHU here are new state legislation affecting homeschool and public school.

LEGISLATION UPDATE

Last update: December 20, 2017
S 611 Summary: Homeschool Recognition Month

A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION TO DECLARE APRIL 2017 AS “HOMESCHOOL RECOGNITION MONTH” IN SOUTH CAROLINA, TO RECOGNIZE THE DILIGENT EFFORTS OF HOMESCHOOLING PARENTS AND THE ACADEMIC SUCCESS OF THEIR STUDENTS, AND TO EXPRESS SINCERE APPRECIATION FOR THEIR FOCUS ON THE WELL-BEING AND OVERALL ACHIEVEMENTS OF THEIR CHILDREN. Adopted April 25th.

S30 Summary: High school graduation requirements

Requires a on-half credit course of study in personal finance with an end-of-year test as a requirement for high school graduation beginning with the 2018-2019 school year.

S 31 Summary: Special education diploma
The state can award a special ed diploma instead of the certificate of attendance to handicap high school students.

S 43 Summary: High school study of U.S. Constitution
Provides that each public high school must provide instruction concerning the United States Constitution, the Federalist Papers and the Declaration of Independence to each student for at least one year.

H 3350 Summary: School attendance requirements
Increases from seventeen to eighteen the age of the child at which a parent or guardian no longer has responsibility to cause the child to attend school.

S 231 Summary: Driver’s license
Provides that, in addition to other requirements to obtain full licensure, a person at least fifteen years of age and under twenty-one years of age who has never held a form of license evidencing previous driving experience must enroll in and successfully complete a driver training course conducted by a driver training school.

S 339 Summary: SC Promise Scholarship Act
Promise Scholarship offers another state run scholarship for students in public, private, or charter school and to home school students who use Option 1 or Option 2, but NOT Option 3.

S 241 Summary: Income tax credit
Authorizes a deduction from state of South Carolina taxable Income up to two thousand dollars per child per year to a parent or legal guardian for home school-related expenditures. This deduction is limited to a total of two thousand dollars per child per year regardless of the number of taxpayers incurring home school instruction-related expenses. The deduction allowed by this subsection is fully deductible for the calendar year in which the home school term begins provided the qualifying student completes the school term for that school year.

S 462 Summary: Uniform high school diplomas
Revises the requirements for diplomas to provide “personalized pathways” to education (something most home schoolers are currently doing anyway). This bill passed and was signed by the Governor on May 19th.

H 3583 Summary: Palmetto Fellows
Allows the Palmetto Scholarship to be deferred for 2 years after high school graduation. It has passed the House and is now in the Senate, with the change from 2 years to 1 year.

H 3663 Summary: Healthy Youth Act
Called the “Healthy Youth Act” requires all health standards to be “evidence based.”

H 3934 Summary: Income tax credit
Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, a parent or legal guardian who home schools may claim a credit of up to five thousand dollars for instruction-related expenditures.

H 4032 Summary: Life scholarship eligibility criteria
Beginning with School Year 2018-2019, an entering freshman at a four-year institution to be eligible for a LIFE Scholarship must be in the top thirty percent of his high school graduating class. For home school students and students whose high school graduating class is less than fifty students, the Commission on Higher Education may define alternative criteria for students to meet the requirement of item. This would require ranking in accountability groups by eliminating the other two criteria possibilities.

Contact Us for More Information
SCHEA PO Box 2707, Irmo, SC 29063
Email: schea@schea.net
Phone: 803-772-2330

Serving you and yours,

Angela Jordan Perry

 

 

 

Option 3 Homeschooling: Completing Progress Reports (YouTube video included)

For most of you the end of the homeschooling year has come! Yay!!
For others of you the daily homeschooling continues! Yay!!
One thing holds true is that ALL Option 3 homeschooling families must complete a semi-annual progress report. Yay!

Completing your student’s progress report indicates …….well, their progress in all subjects within the schooling year.

Completing one is ……well, not an option!

The Option 3 Homeschooling law indicates the following:

(d) educational records shall be maintained by the parent-teacher and include:

  (3) a semiannual progress report including attendance records and individualized documentation of the student’s academic progress in each of the basic instructional areas specified in item (c) above.

To read the Option 3 law in details click HERE  . Just keep scrolling down until you see Option 3. (you can read about Option 1 and 2 if you’d like)

To see an example of what your child’s progress report could look like click the link below:

>>>click    https://uchunlimited.com/progress-report-examples/   <<< click

For my accountability association, members are to maintain their own record keeping per the law as stated under SC Statute 59-65-47.

In other words…..you don’t have to turn your paperwork into me.

Now be clear on this……some Option 3 accountability associations will require that you turn in this paperwork to them for review.

But I don’t. Yay!!

That means…..you get to follow the laws. And I don’t have to babysit your work. Yay! 🙂

For your viewing pleasure see the below video.

Additionally subscribe to my YouTube channel at “Angela Jordan Perry – UCHU.”

Questions? Let me know!

(Be sure to share this on your social media venues. This just may be the information one of your South Carolina homeschooling friends need to know. 🙂

Serving You and Yours!

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 24 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, Young Living direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool Academy director, President of Women’s Empowerment Toastmaster-Greenville and follower of Jesus Christ. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC.

Registration Opening Soon, 2017-2018 homeschooling year! United Christian Homeschoolers Unlimited – Accountability Association, Option 3 Homeschooling.

Another homeschooling year is getting finished up by many families.

For others, their next homeschooling year has begun.

Still others, they just keep on trucking through the summer homeschooling.

Either way, if you are a CURRENT member of UCHU-AA (United Christian Homeschoolers Unlimited-Accountability Association) OR is desiring to become a member ……….

The dates for registering are down below!!

2017-2018 Homeschooling Year Registration

If you are homeschooling or desiring to homeschool in the state of South Carolina…..

First thing is first…..understand your options!

To homeschool in South Carolina you must homeschool under ONE of the THREE options.

Not sure which Option to choose?

Watch this video and figure it out!!!

Then subscribe to my YouTube channel where you can get in the know of homeschooling in SC. YouTube channel is: Angela Jordan Perry – UCHU

Rather you join my association or another….you will be well informed. 🙂

If you have questions please send comments or email me. 🙂

To learn more about United Christian Homeschoolers Unlimited – Accountability Association go to the UCHU-AA tab and read the parent handbook, FAQs and the other goodies I have available.

(Share UCHU with a current homeschooling friend or family member. This Option 3 association just might be the accountability group they are looking for.)

Serving You and Yours,

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 24 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, Young Living direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool Academy director, President of Women’s Empowerment Toastmaster-Greenville and follower of Jesus Christ. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC.

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