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Laquinda Johnson

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Tamara Owen

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I moved to the US from Costa Rica back in 2007. We moved to offer our kids a better education among other things.

After having my kids in the public school system I was not happy with several things and decided to pull them out and homeschool.

I had been homeschooled myself from 1st through 4th grade so I thought why not?
Having a blended family at the time with 7 children with grades ranging from kindergarten through 10th. Homeschooling has definitely been a journey and I am always happy to share my experiences and help other parents who choose to take this journey.

Homeschooling is a journey we must look at it as that. Learn what works and what doesn't. Be willing to be flexible and adapt, and never be afraid to ask for help because you are not alone.
Tamara O.

Tamara O.

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Ashley Kean

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Born In Florida

Florida College AA

Florida State University
BS in Psychology


Married to the Love of My Life

Georgia State University
Master's of Science in Counseling, emphasis on Children and Adolescents

Richmont University
Master's of Science in Christian Counseling/Integration


Car Accident

Traumatic Brain Injury
**Undiagnosed & No Known Terminology**


Twin Daughters Born


Son Born

Diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, RA, etc.


Officially Begin Homeschooling


Daughter Born

Emergency Gallbladder Surgery
Diagnosed with Gastroenterology Issues


Move To Jacksonville, Florida

Discover Nutrition Response Testing Wellness Doctors


Host the Jacksonville Science Symposium


Move to Gainesville, Ga


Host the Northeast Georgia Science Symposium

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Shatoyia Bradley

Shatoyia Bradley is a wife, mother, activist, writer, designer, and entrepreneur. She has been married for over 20 years to her high school sweetheart, Nate. They have 6 children – 5 boys and 1 girl and have been homeschooling for over 13 years.

Shatoyia has been featured twice in Voyage ATL magazine’s “Trailblazers: Rewriting the Narrative”, a series on Atlanta’s most inspiring women. She’s been a guest speaker on numerous talk radio shows and written for digital media outlets on topics ranging from Christian political news commentary and social justice issues to fashion and small business development.


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