Celebrating Homeschooling at Homeschool Global Family Fun Day

If you have ever found yourself wanting your children to receive quality education while upholding your values and spending more time with them, then you might want to consider homeschooling. Homeschooling can offer many things that a traditional school education cannot.

We went to Homeschool Global's Family Fun Day and learned a lot more about homeschooling. We've been considering homeschooling even before our baby arrived, so we had a lot questions related to homeschooling.

Homeschool Global (HG), a Christian learning organization focused on providing comprehensive learning services so students can learn better, is committed to providing its students with a holistic education, including opportunities for social interaction. One such important event in HG’s yearly calendar is its Family Fun Day which, was held on March 24 at the Don Jones Field of the British School Manila in Taguig, with the theme “Let’s Come Together!”

The Family Fun Day is an extended celebration of the National Homeschool Day and it’s objective is to draw attention and to highlight the homeschooling community. The event will gather homeschooling families for a whole day of outdoor fun complete with inflatable rides, unique booths, and a bazaar organized and run by homeschooling parents.

Of course, as a FoodYi Family, we just had to try the delicious food from the booths run by homeschooling parents. We also loved the limited edition Melon flavored drink from their sponsor, C2 Cool and Clean.

This event highlighted and celebrated the unique achievements of homeschooling learners who have garnered success through the tireless dedication and support of their parents towards their development.

Among the achievers that have come from HG are:

Louise Mabulo, a finalist in the Junior Master Chef competition of ABS-CBN. She represented the country in the Disciples Escoffier Young Talent Trophy in Hong Kong. Louise was also selected as Delegation Head and Campus Ambassador at the United Nations Youth Assembly.

Harmie Constantino, a scholar from the University of Georgia and an accomplished junior golfer. Harmie won the 2014 100 Plus Malaysian Junior Open; the 2015 Philippine Junior Amateur Open; won three straight victories in the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) and placed 4th in 2016 and 10th in 2017 in the World Junior Championship;

Cheska Rojas, a theater actress who performed the role Molly in Annie The Musical; as well as one of the sewer kids (ensemble) in the recently concluded play Chitty Chitty Bang Bang by Ian Flemming at the Resorts World;

Freya Dorado performed the role of Gretl in the Sound of Music Manila Tour;

Mika O'Hara is one of the Filipino delegates in the Youth Assembly at the United Nations and Homeschool TV host and content creator;

Miguel Tabuena, a gifted golfer who won the silver medal at the 2010 Asian Games, ranked 4th at the Asian Tour Order of Merit and the recipient of the Philippine Open, Asian Tour title;

Adrian Nathaniel Chua, a math wiz who won bronze medals at the International Mathematics Competition (IMC) in 2010 in Singapore; China Junior Math Olympiad in 2011 and at the International Mathematics Wizard Competition in Hongkong in 2012. He was also named over-all champion at the King of Mathematics Wizard Competition in Hongkong in 2012; and placed 6th overall at the International Regions Mathematics League (University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2016. He was likewise a recipient of the Youth Excellence in Science Award (YES Award) in 2011 and 2012. He is currently a 2nd year college student at the University of the Philippines Manila taking up BS Applied Physics (Health Science);

Arianna Natasha Chua, the equally gifted sister of Adrian. She was a bronze awardee at the China Junior Math Olympiad in 20111; a silver medalist at the International Mathematics Competition (IMC), Singapore in 2013 and placed 5th overall at the International Regions Mathematics League, University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2016. Arianna was also a recipient of the Youth Excellence in Science Award (YES Award) 2011 and 2013;

Homeschool Global provides services that can help parents customize their children’s education according to their learning styles and abilities. It guides and trains parents in homeschooling because it believes that intentional parenting is the key to better learning.

Homeschool Global is a complete and comprehensive organization for teaching and learning where parents can customize their child's education with the best tools and strategies. At its helm is HG president Edric Mendoza, an edu-preneur (education entrepreneur), a registered financial planner (RFP) and former lead anchor of the multi-awarded ANC show “On the Money. His passion is to help change the world one family at a time and he is most proud of his role as a husband and father.

Its new headquarters /learning hub is located at the 2nd level of Ayala Malls The 30TH along Meralco Avenue in Pasig City. For more information about Homeschool Global, visit their website: www.homeschoolglobal.com; FB: /HomeschoolGlobal and IG: @homeschoolglobal or call (+632) 234-0432.