About The HomeScholar

 
Lee has three core beliefs about homeschooling:

1. Homeschooling provides the best possible learning environment.
2. Every child deserves a college-prep education, whether or not they choose to go to college.
3. Parents are capable of providing a superior education to their children.
Lee Binz, Helping Parents #Homeschool High School @TheHomeScholar
Lee Binz, Helping Parents #Homeschool High School @TheHomeScholar

 

 

 

Lee Binz, Helping Parents #Homeschool High School @TheHomeScholar

 

Lee Binz, Helping Parents #Homeschool High School @TheHomeScholar

 

Lee & Matt Binz
Mrs. & Mr. HomeScholar

 

Lee Binz and her husband Matt independently homeschooled their two boys for eight years, from elementary through high school graduation. Both boys earned four year, full-tuition scholarships. She is now a homeschool consultant working with parents across the country and overseas. Lee is not a certified teacher. She does not judge your homeschool or evaluate children. Instead, she comes alongside other parents to help.

 

 

Lee Binz, Helping Parents #Homeschool High School @TheHomeScholar

 

Liz Binz

Office Director & Partner Relations

 

Liz Binz is a Seattle Pacific University graduate who worked in corporate customer service jobs before settling into the HomeScholar family. Before becoming part of the HomeScholar family, she joined the Binz family by marrying Lee's oldest son Kevin. Thus the "Lee Binz, Liz Binz" confusion was born. :) Kevin and Liz have been married since 2010. Kevin is now pursuing his Masters Degree, and plans to get a PhD afterwards. Outside of her job, Liz's passions are music and travel.

 

 

Lee Binz, Helping Parents #Homeschool High School @TheHomeScholar

Robin Montoya
Graphic Designer & Technical Support

 

Like Lee, Robin and her husband began homeschooling when their children were in elementary school. More recently, after living most of their lives as suburbanites, Robin and her family left city life behind and moved to a small farm in Colorado. They love county life and the challenge of learning how to manage for livestock and grow their own food.

 

This homeschool veteran and novice farmer is also a computer graphics geek and holistic nutrition advocate. She shares homeschool resources on her website and Facebook page.

 

 

Lee Binz, Helping Parents #Homeschool High School @TheHomeScholar

Anita Walker
Member Services & Social Media Manager

 

Anita is married to her high school sweetheart and is a mom to two great kids.  She has homeschooled her two kids since 2007, and they are now both Juniors in High School!  Anita and her family live in Missouri.  She is passionate about healthy living, eating whole foods, and using products that are free of harsh chemicals.  

She and her family enjoy cheering on the SEC Missouri Tigers in football and doing things together outside as a family.  You can find Anita on Facebook.

 

 

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Kimberly Charron
Publication Manager & Editor

 

Kimberly is married to her high school sweetheart. They have been homeschooling their two children since 2005 and live on the beautiful island of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, Canada. An incredibly artsy family, they enjoy dance, drama, writing, art, and music. They love to volunteer as a family for various projects.

Kimberly also works as a freelance writer, editor, and social media manager. She has been blogging at Homeschooling in Nova Scotia since 2008. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.

 


 


"Lee, you are THE BEST homeschool encourager!! You are a tremendous blessing to homeschoolers and I am telling my friends to check out your site and your terrific resources---I wish I told some of them sooner".


~ Sharon in Connecticut


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"I head up a large homeschool group in North West Arkansas. Your work is so key to keeping the homeschooled child at home during such a formidable time as high school. It breaks my heart to see mamas spend so much time and effort schooling the early years only to put the children back in school right at the time where their understanding and commitment to our Lord is beginning to come together. So many times I've seen these sweet children get pulled into the "world thinking" and not have the tools to deal with the issues. I believe high school is the time where logic and worldview discussions can begin to come together in the mind of a young adult. You have already been a blessing to me, I cannot wait for the high school years. I feel like I know you already especially since I have two boys".

Thank you very much.


- Erika in Arkansas

 

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