Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight: Pencil Drawing, by Olivia

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Olivia is a sixteen-year-old writer and artist who enjoys spending her time sewing, first person interpretation acting, and attempting to exchange dairy goats for small children under the age of one. She currently works at The Texas Renaissance Festival and Sherwood Forest Faire and attends Interlochen Center for the Arts summer camp.

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Student Spotlight: The Rise to the Land of Peace, by Eddie — Age 13

Eddie is participating in an arts contest for the Jewish Federation’s annual commemoration of the Holocaust. This year’s theme is “Out of the Darkness and Into a New Life.”  He created this 3D piece of a half happy, half sad person who is flying out of a broken gas chamber into a new afterlife.

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Eddie has been happily homeschooled since second grade.  He likes funky hairstyles, video games, and comic books.  His favorite subject is science.  He is not into nature and considers himself very much an indoor person.  He’s been known to watch an episode or twenty of Dr. Who.

Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight: Louisa, by Genevieve

 

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Louisa is an eight-year old who loves chickens, sisters, and art of all flavors.

 

 

Genevieveis a former public and private school teacher who has five children and has been homeschooling for the past thirteen years. In her free time she provides slave labor to Dancing Dog Dairy, making goat milk soap and handspun yarn, which can be seen on Our Facebook Page and at Dancing Dog Dairy .

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Student Spotlight: Pontillism Duck, by Louisa

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By Louisa, age 9


Genevieveis a former public and private school teacher who has five children and has been homeschooling for the past thirteen years. In her free time she provides slave labor to Dancing Dog Dairy, making goat milk soap and handspun yarn, which can be seen on Our Facebook Page and at Dancing Dog Dairy .