Contact Carol directly for questions about this site, the program, or our other services.
You may also send your inquiries to Carol if you would like to invite her to speak at your next home education event.
In addition, we encourage you to join our mailing list (see form below) so that you can stay connected with announcements and helpful news and information from The Balanced Homeschooler.
Please also feel free to provide your feedback on the program, meeting formats, or resources that you would like to share with Carol.
TBH PROGRAM SUPPORTS THE EVAN C. GARY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Finally, thank you to those who prayed for our oldest son, Evan. He battled leukemia for over two years before going home to be with the Lord on November 28th, 2012. We welcome you to read about our journey with him and about our family on his Caring Bridge at the link provided here by submitting your e-mail address when prompted. He was a blessing to all who knew him and to even more that knew of him. We also encourage you to know Jesus as our son, Evan, did.
Proceeds from the TBH program and our virtual store go to support the Evan C. Gary Memorial Scholarship administered by the Grand Canyon University Scholarship Foundation.
"The Evan C. Gary Memorial Scholarship was created to honor the life and contributions of locally homeschooled student, Evan C. Gary; son of Grant and Carol Gary of Phoenix. Evan had a keen interest in engineering and the sciences, particularly historical science and biology. Through his various projects and creative interests, he had an even bigger heart to see that those around him knew the love of Jesus Christ. At the age of 12, Evan was diagnosed with an aggressive form of leukemia. With his whole family by his side, he sought treatment over a 25-month period at four different internationally known medical institutions across the United States. As he bravely battled cancer in all of these various settings and circumstances, Evan continued to homeschool and excel in most everything he did while maintaining a positive attitude and an eternal perspective on life. Once a person met Evan, their life was changed forever and for the better. The evening before he passed away, at the age of 14, Evan declared, “I am going to serve Jesus and Him alone. I am going to focus on what is right. How about you?” As Evan’s parents, then, it is our hope that his words would continue to live on and inspire the home-educated youth of tomorrow; taking this mandate into their hearts as they pursue their respective field in engineering, science, or pre-medicine."