My Homeschool Hub 

- Consultation/Interviews 

in Colorado Springs, CO

Description: My Homeschool Hub supports homeschoolers in all stages. We are here to help you navigate the challenges of homeschooling resulting in less stress and more success for you and your kids. Our Mentor Moms will help you get it done right for your family.
Additional Info: Once you have booked your appointment, you will receive an email with links to forms that must be completed and submitted at least 48 hours prior to your appointment. Please watch for this email. If you do not receive it, please text 719-313-6863
Logo: My Homeschool Hub
Phone: 7193136863
Address: PO Box 25913

Colorado Springs CO 80936
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Business Hours: Hours vary depending on provider that you are working with. See each Mentor Mom's calendar to determine her hours.
Payment Types Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
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Colleen Prayne
Colleen Prayne

I am a mom of 3 boys and have been homeschooling them since 2012. I started My Homeschool Hub in 2018 out of a desire to make home education less overwhelming for families, to connect homeschoolers in order to build a stronger community, to help homeschoolers find each other in order to have meaningful friendships for parents and kids, and to help homeschoolers make money from their own homes, on their own terms. My desire and passion is to take the mystery out of homeschooling, support families as they grow stronger and closer within their own family unit, and help people build healthy and supportive relationships with other like-minded families.

Kirsten Kernc
Kirsten Kernc

30 years ago, a handsome grad-student wandered into the Santa Barbara restaurant where I worked. Tim and I married 11 months later and are still going strong! Blessed with 5 children currently ages 9 to 24, we’ve graduated 3 and presently homeschool 2 sons, ages 16 and 9. We both had a traditional public-school education and homeschooling was NEVER in our plans. Yet, as I embarked to enroll our oldest in 1st grade, a voice began whispering, “Homeschool.” Our son, an easily distracted boy cocooned in our church’s kindergarten, would either be required to sit attentively for 8 hours or amidst a chaotic classroom tempting his self-control. Numerous Providential “signs” eventually raised that “Homeschool” whisper to a shout. Mercifully, God provided wise counsel from veteran homeschoolers—I’d be lost today without them. 18+ years later, we’re still traversing the homeschool path. By God’s grace, and my husband’s endless forgiveness, I stumble along. My style leans Classical, but I dabble in everything. My strength is combining curriculums into one course or unit study. Whether traditional boxed curriculum or avant-garde, I passionately pick the best-of-the-best to meet the unique needs and learning styles of each child. I’ve run the gamut of methods including solo-schooling, Co-Op’s, and Dual-Credit. I’ve worked in various capacities with wide age-ranges and interacted with ADD/ADHD, Dyslexic, Down Syndrome, and physically disabled students. By formulating a family mission statement, creating comprehensive yearly plans, and maintaining big-picture perspective, I endeavor to avoid schooling pitfalls. It’s a constant battle. Prayer helps tremendously! Our family’s mission is “Lifeschooling”: Raising compassionate contributors whose God-ordained gifts are enhanced by diverse academics. My desire is to use my stumbles, lessons, and experiences to bring a sense of peace, direction, and counsel to families considering or committed to the Lifeschooling adventure.

Michele Moore
Michele Moore

I never thought there was any other way beside the public or private education models. Yet, here I am, a homeschooling mother of 5 incredible blessings. With five kids, 2 boys and three girls, I have had to adapt to the uniqueness of each one and have been stretched in numerous ways. I have learned to teach through dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, auditory processing hurdles, concurrent enrollment and a variety of the everyday struggles of growing up. I never planned this lifestyle, but have seen numerous blessings come from it. I have loved knowing each of my kids and being able to spend my days with them. We have loved the times reading together, making up stories and exploring our world. It has been a blessing for my kids to really know each other and develop friendships within the family. With 12 ½ years between the oldest and the youngest, if the oldest had been away for most of the day, my youngest would have missed those hours and that bond. I am so glad they did not miss ou

Rachel Stevens
Rachel Stevens

Rachel has been married to the love of her life and her high school sweetheart since 1995. They have 5 amazing kids who have homeschooled from the very beginning. They have treasured the moments of running their own business for 22 years, home-birthing, changing churches (and truly finding their spiritual home in the Eastern Orthodox Church), moving from the city to off-grid country living, building barns, owning various farm animals and household pets, and all the life lived in between. Homeschooling since 2003, Rachel loves picking out curriculum with her kids, planning the school year, giving first day of school gifts, and read aloud times. She has used textbooks/workbooks, unit studies, online courses, & co-ops. She even created an essential oils class for her kids when she started selling Young Living, and one daughter created her own literature and history units. Rachel has experience with journaling days instead of planning them, printed planners, online planners, & has even made her own. Her family has submitted NOI’s and enrolled in an umbrella school (Statheros Academy). She has overseen her kids take the CAT & PASS tests, and has done parent evaluations. Rachel even taught Kindergarten & 12th grade in the same year, since then they have graduated 2 from homeschool, and currently have 2 in high school and 1 in middle school. 

Rachel believes that when homeschooling our kids we are learning alongside them. We learn that even the horrible days can (and should) be treasured. We can model sorrow and forgiveness. The amazing days we model joy and passion. On the ordinary days we model how to knit them all together.