There’s a Revolution Transforming Education and it’s NOT Happening in the Classroom!
This documentary will impact countless lives by…
• Encouraging families who aren’t yet homeschooling to dive in!
• Bringing much needed encouragement and resources to current homeschool families so they will stay the course.
• Breaking down the misconceptions and negative stereotypes that many people believe about homeschooling.
The Homegrown Generation Online Family Expo is a ministry of Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution, a feature-length documentary about homeschooling, currently in post-production. The proceeds from this event will go directly to help fund post-production on this important film.
Whether you are just considering homeschooling for the first time or you are a homeschooling veteran in need of a little encouragement, the Homegrown Generation Family Expo is for you. The conference features some of today’s most popular speakers addressing the most important issues that homeschool families face. Registration includes immediate, lifetime access to over 35 hours of encouraging video and audio, and a wealth of homeschool resources. Enjoy a free preview (7 sessions – over 9 hours of video!) here.
PARTNER WITH US!
If you believe in homeschooling, please partner with us by donating to support Schoolhouse Rocked. Click here to support the film.
Join us in providing this great resource to families considering homeschooling for the first time, to moms struggling with feelings of inadequacy, parents working hard to balance family responsibilities and school time, and to students wondering if they are missing out by not attending public or private schools.
While we are asking you to donate, we really want to build a partnership with you in this important endeavor. As a donor, you will receive regular project updates, and we will call on you to spread the word about the film. We will work to finish the film with excellence, so that together we can fill theaters and share Schoolhouse Rocked in your community.
ABOUT THE FILM
“This is not an exaggeration to say, this is the movement that is needed to save this country.”
– Rick Green, Wallbuilders
“We believe homeschooling is critically important if we are to save our republic and the Christian family and church.”
– Kirk Cameron, Actor and Producer
Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution is a feature-length documentary currently in post-production. We are asking the homeschool community, and supporters of this movement, to partner with us in spreading the message that homeschooling is good for students, good for families, and good for culture by bringing Schoolhouse Rocked to theaters nationwide.
The film is intended to break down common misconceptions about homeschooling, encourage a flood of new families to homeschool, and equip those already homeschooling to do it well. The film follows host, Yvette Hampton, as she travels the country with her family, meeting other homeschoolers and education experts in an effort to learn the secrets of successful homeschooling and to tell the story of the millions of people who have been impacted by the homeschool revolution. As viewers follow Yvette on this journey and share in her challenges and victories, they will gather the necessary resources and encouragement to homeschool with excellence — to start strong and finish well!
A FILM FOR HOMESCHOOLERS, BY HOMESCHOOLERS!
Schoolhouse Rocked is being directed by Garritt Hampton, a movie industry veteran with credits on some of the biggest films of the last decade (films like Interstellar, Furious 7, TRON: Legacy, and GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra). It is being produced by his wife Yvette, whose ninja-like organizational skills and outgoing personality make her the perfect host and producer. Garritt and Yvette have been homeschooling their daughters since 2011 and are outspoken advocates for this revolution in education.
But the project is much bigger than them. All along, Schoolhouse Rocked has been a project of the homeschooling community! Click here to support this important project.
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