From School to Homeschool

from school to homeschool

Should You Homeschool Your Gifted Child?




Suki Wessling


Sometimes school just doesn’t work and homeschooling is the answer—particularly for gifted children. From School to Homeschool guides parents through the process of considering homeschool options and educational alternatives. The book is filled with practical information and loaded with resources that will get parents off to a good start as they begin their homeschooling journey with their children.


Also available as an eBook! On Barnes & Noble Nooks and Amazon Kindles!


292 Pages


Price: $24.95


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Readers of Suki Wessling’s From School to Homeschool will appreciate her candor in telling her personal homeschooling story as the parent of two very different gifted children. Her advice to think about whether homeschooling is a good option for now is especially important for parents who come to home education reluctantly because school isn’t working for their children.
Lisa Rivero, author of Creative Homeschooling for Gifted Children

Children don’t belong in a box—either a literal or figurative one. Suki Wessling’s superb new book will equip you to plot your gifted child’s escape, opening up an entirely new world for you and your family.
– David H. Albert, author of Dismantling the Inner School

Both as parents of gifted homeschoolers and as professionals who work with homeschooling families, we heartily recommend this outstanding book for anyone thinking about or involved in homeschooling a gifted child. Wessling raises all the right questions and answers them with practical advice that will help parents decide whether homeschooling is right for their family, as well as how to go about it.
– Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide, authors of The Dyslexic Advantage and The Mislabeled Child

The message is affirming to homeschoolers of any ilk, without the skewed, all-or-nothing attitude that can accompany a life-changing decision.”
Home School Information Center for Santa Cruz

If you are not homeschooling yet, you will be ready and willing after reading this book!”

“I was… feeling rather lost and this book gave me many places to go for answers”
Idaho The Association for Gifted/SAGE

A must-read for potential homeschoolers…Wessling skillfully navigates the considerations parents face as they consider [homeschooling].”
– Growing Up in Santa Cruz

Wessling’s book… fills a gap [with] its how-to approach for parents who might never have never otherwise considered homeschooling, and should be food for thought and helpful advice.”
– Sept./Oct. 2013 edition of Outlook from MCGT


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