The board of directors of Homeschoolers Helping Homeschoolers is pleased to announce the winners of our first ever scholarship contest. Thanks to our generous sponsors at Bright Ideas Press, we were able to award a total of $2500 to three outstanding homeschool graduates:
$1,000 Scholarship: Josephine Hubele (top left)
$1,000 Scholarship: Kiana Pieters (top right)
$500 Scholarship: Sharon Small (bottom right)
These three students displayed impressive laudable work and community service, and we are proud to aid them on their journeys to college. We are very optimistic for the futures of not only our winners but also many of our other applicants. It is our hope that these students will go on to meet with personal success and will be blessings to the homeschool community.
Congratulations to our winners, and good luck to all who participated!
About H Cubed
Homeschoolers Helping Homeschoolers, NFP is a 501(c)3 Not-for-profit dedicated to helping homeschoolers by providing financial and material support to those in need. In addition to our Community Scholars Program, H³ also runs a curriculum request service for those in financial need.
For information on how to help, visit our how to help page
About Bright Ideas Press
Bright Ideas Press inspires, encourages, and enables parents to teach their children at home from a Christian perspective using the highest quality curriculum and learning resources available. The Bright Ideas team understands moms are busy—that’s why their curriculum is easy to use, affordable, and fun! Families can discover the world together with a brand-new edition of WonderMaps or gather for game night around Bright Ideas' first educational game, Civitas. From elementary to high school, students will find the popular series at Bright Ideas Press instill a love of learning, including: NorthStar Geography, The Mystery of History, All American History, Christian Kids Explore Science, and much more!
Bright Ideas Press, a family company dedicated to homeschooling for 25 years, is proud to provide two $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors completing their homeschool journeys in 2017.