Homeschooling is hard; AU can help.
Ashland University’s Homeschool and Classical Learning Center was designed to help homeschooled and classical learning students transition into higher education with ease. The center is for students in grades 7 through 12, and offers the following benefits:
- Workshops for students
- Free tutoring – one-on-one or group tutoring
(offered in math, science, English and foreign languages)
- Recreational opportunities
- Engagement with other homeschooled students
- Access to curricula and other resources
The center is located at 530 College Ave., near the intersection with Claremont Ave.
Stop by and check it out!
Meet Theresa Watson
Theresa is the coordinator of the brand new Homeschool and Classical Learning Center at Ashland University. She is a local experienced homeschool mom with a 17-year track record, guiding her five daughters through the educational journey. Having successfully graduated four of her girls, all of whom seamlessly transitioned to college, she brings a wealth of hands-on experience and a deep understanding of homeschooling dynamics.
With a four-year stint as the Classical Conversations director, she played a pivotal role in shaping a supportive and enriching learning environment for homeschooling families in the community. Her commitment to education extends beyond the confines of her household, showcasing a passion for contributing to the broader homeschooling community.
In her most recent role as the program director for the Salvation Army Kroc Center, she demonstrated her commitment to the homeschool community by establishing successful homeschool gym and art classes. This initiative not only catered to the educational needs of homeschooling families, but also added a vibrant and creative dimension to the community's extracurricular offerings.
With a unique blend of homeschooling expertise and a proven track record in community leadership, she remains dedicated to enhancing the homeschooling experience for her family and the local community. Her journey is a testament to her unwavering commitment to education and community enrichment.