Scholar Projects

       

Why LEMI?

Many Communities across the Nation

Thousands of Trained Mentors

Tens of Thousands of Students

Why do they use LEMI?


                                    




PRACTICE SCHOLAR PROJECTS inspire your youth to:
                        • Start doing the "hard things"
                        • Learn time management
                        • Discover more about who they are
                        • Understand their duty as a citizen
                        • Study for extended periods of time out of personal choice
                        • Write independently and with insight
                        • Think deeper, study things that may not interest them at first
How do you know if your YOUTH is ready for the Practice Scholar level?
                        • Are they asking to be with their peers a lot?
                        • Do they tell you that you are interrupting their study time?
                        • Have they had a good Core Phase where they've learned right from wrong?
                        • Do they have initiative?  Is it time they learn initiative?
                        • Do they enjoy learning?
                        • Can they read?
                        • Are they ages 12-16?
If your youth dislikes learning or just isn't interested, its okay; there's a way to help change that.  
Our Practice Scholar Projects are fun-filled, interesting and most of all include a community of peers.  This is especially appealing to the homeschooled youth.


APPRENTICE SCHOLAR PROJECTS teach students to:
                        • Transition from studying 2-4 hours a day to 6-10 hours a day!
                        • Become a self-directed scholar
                        • Gain scholar skills such as: reading difficult works, writing, debating, teaching, researching, using mentors
                        • Be a homesteader rather than a squatter
                        • Take action
                        • Find personal mission
                        • Gain a vision for "contributing" to society
If your student is between the ages of 14 and 16 and has a desire for a great education, they are probably ready for this level.




    

Self-Directed Scholar Project
The Edison Project 
What happens after Key of Liberty, Shakespeare Conquest, Pyramid Project and QUEST?  

The Edison Project!

Each home school group or commonwealth 
school should do whatever it takes to get 2 mentors trained in this ALL NEW training.

"It's amazing!  My daughter grew so much. She's become the woman I've known was inside of her.  I am so grateful for how much she grew while taking this project.  My daughter is going to college almost two years ahead of her peers and this project helped!"  Is what one mother said of her child.

"My son created the most amazing plan.  It involved books, it involved classes; it involved working with professionals in his area of interest.  It involved courage and compassion.  And in the end he was a new person, filled with the confidence that he could achieve his dreams."--Mother of student in the Edison Project.

Students develop their own specific area of interest, create a detailed plan with the mentor and then pursue it.  They master the knowledge of the 6 Powers: Knowledge Power, Task Power, Authority Power, Relationship Power, Material Power, & Personal Power. They learn the skill of how to turn the seemingly unattainable into reachable steps.  They learn how to engage the specific mentors required to fulfill their dreams.  They become life-long learners.  They create. They show courage.  And they change. Don't miss out.  Sign up now. (Space is limited.)  Your children will benefit greatly!
Key of Liberty Scholar Project

Mentors learn to coach their students in this two-semester program in the 
study of the American Revolutionary War period, the United States Constitution, 
and other founding documents.  
This class offers an inspiring environment in which students are challenged to learn 
about many principles of government and read biographies of the founders.


 
Liber Community Series Adult Scholar Project

This training is for those interested in beginning a community adult class. Mentors will be trained in three adult projects. The Gathering Project an introduction to basic family classics and philosophy of A Leadership Education. The Freedom Project an introduction to the classics that influenced the founders of the United States Constitution. The Five Pillar Tutorial which is a scholar class that introduces participants to a survey of classics. 
This class will assist students who are interested in pursuing the Five Pillar Certification. Five Pillar coordinators will be given a systematized weekly schedule, which will lead students through a two-year program perfectly suited for home-schooling moms and working dads. This class offers wonderful opportunities for practicing public speaking, oral exams, receive inspiring lectures, and participate in group discussions using the Five Pillar books.
 
Pyramid Project Scholar Project

Mentors learn a whole new approach to math and science focused on a holistic method. 
The study of the subject of truth; 
Its structure - Logic; Its method - Habits of a Scientist:
and its language - Math. 
Learn how to use Logic, 
Science and Math in order to get to the truth.
2nd semester is Pyramid Project Philosophy.
2nd Semester added
 Georgics not included in 2015.  It will be it's own 2 semester project.

 
Georgics Scholar Project

Learn to Garden and Learn about Principles of 
Providence, Self Validation, Mission, Real-Estate Ownership, Community Stewardship, Entrepreneurship and more...



 QUEST I & II
Scholar Project

Mentors learn to introduce students to the greatest statesmen of history and to the details of A Leadership Education. Directed towards the Apprentice Scholar, this class is an
 intensive research and writing course. Each student receives individual coaching with a writing mentor. (This should be arranged by the TJYC mentor, so invite the writing mentor to the training.) The student also has opportunities to read great literature and learn self management skills.

 
 QUEST III
Scholar Project

A continuation in Quest, but intensified and more advanced.  Students 
really dig in and learn how to read better, write better, understand 
documents in depth and public speaking.

 
Shakespeare Conquest Scholar Project

Mentors learn to introduce their students to the greatest poet-philosopher of all time. In this class, students are challenged to read, listen to or watch 7 to 17 Shakespeare plays. They learn who Shakespeare was, his insights into human nature and many aspects of his poetry. They are exposed to the heightened language by performing a play at the end of this  intensive acting course.  In spite of the work, the students come back for more.
 
 Sword of Freedom Scholar Project & Hero Project

           Study the wars that provided or protected our freedoms.
Are you for The North or The South?
Study the Heroes of the past and how we can become like them.
Experience a new birth of freedom through this project and the study of the men and women of the times. The project includes simulations, great classic books, presentations, and more!
Classical Acting

 This project is an apprentice scholar class for advanced Shakespeare students.
In this project we study plays from different time periods giving the scholars an understanding of the history of drama.
 We also study some of the elements of the heightened language of Shakespeare going deeper than we did in Shakespeare Conquest. Acting is taken to the next level.

 The scholars participate in a big service project where they share their acting and love of Shakespeare with others in the community as well as taking leadership roles in several productions including a process drama, the Shakespeare play service project and a movie project.




LEMI Training Descriptions

Liber Community Series Adult Scholar Project :
This training is for those interested in coordinating a community adult class. Mentors will be trained in three adult scholar projects. The Gathering Project is an introduction to basic family classics and LEMI philosophy. The Freedom Project an introduction to the classics that influenced the founders of the United States Constitution. The Five Pillar Tutorial is a scholar level class that introduces participants to a survey of classics. This class will assist students who are interested in pursuing the Five Pillar Certification. Five Pillar Coordinators will be given a systematized weekly schedule, which will lead students through a two-year program perfectly suited for home-schooling moms and working dads. This class offers wonderful opportunities for practicing public speaking, oral exams, receive inspiring lectures, and participation in group discussions using the Five Pillar books.

Key of Liberty Scholar Project:
Mentors learn to coach their students in this two-semester program in the study of the American Revolutionary War period, the United States Constitution, and other founding documents. Directed to 12- to 15-year-old Practice Scholars, this class offers an inspiring environment in which students are challenged to learn about many principles of government and read biographies of the founders.

Shakespeare Conquest Scholar Project:
Mentors learn to introduce their students to the greatest poet-philosopher of all time. In this class, students are challenged to read, listen to or watch 7 to 17 Shakespeare plays. They learn who Shakespeare was, his insights into human nature and many aspects of his poetry. They are exposed to the heightened language by performing a play at the end of a twelve-week intensive acting course.

Pyramid Project Scholar Project:
Mentors learn a whole new approach to math and science focused on the Inteligro Method. Inteligro Math is the study of the subject of Truth; its structure is Logic; its method is Habits of a Scientist and its language is Newtonian Math. It is a project wherein one must learn how to use the subjects of Logic, Science and Math in order to get to the Truth of All Things.

Quest Scholar Project:
Mentors learn to introduce students to the greatest statesmen of history and to climbing the Scholarship Ladders. Directed towards the Apprentice Scholar, this class is an intensive research and writing course. Each student receives individual coaching with a writing mentor. (This should be arranged by the Quest mentor, so invite the writing mentor to the training.) The student also has opportunities to read great literature and learn self-management skills.




 








·       


A program designed to support parents in creating their own
unique vision, grand strategy and custom made systems
for implementing Leadership Education in their homes.



 

Short Description of each Scholar Project

Youth Leadership Scholar Projects:


Key of Liberty  - is a practice scholar project which:

  • Includes the American Founding and Revolution Era
  • Gets students on the path of great thinking, writing, and public speaking
  • In-depth study of The Declaration of Independence and The United States Constitution

 Pyramid Project - is a transitional scholar project focusing on four areas: 

1. The search for truth

2. Developing the characteristics of a scientist

3. Learning to reason and use logic

4. Improvement in math and science knowledge, skills, and                application


Shakespeare Conquest
: a practice scholar project focusing on an immersion approach to learning and studying Shakespeare and Actor's Training

Sword of Freedom:
 A practice scholar project focusing on the American Civil War time period

Quest
: 
Anscholar project focusing on statesmanship and leadership, supreme court cases, worldviews, and natural law and development of speaking, writing, etc...

Adult Leadership Scholar Projects:
 

Liber Community Series trains you for the following:

1. The Gathering Project
: a once a month project focused on classics, building a community, and LEMI Philosophy.

2. The Freedom Project: a once a week project focused on the American Revolutionary time period and government principles. 

3. The 5 Pillar Tutorial: a once a week project focused on scholar skills and leadership. 


The Liber Community School Builder: helps you build a great group or school in your area.  Anyone interested in learning about starting a commonwealth or Liber Community school please contact us at officelemi@gmail.com. We will put you in touch with a great mentor who will teach you how to:
  • Get the families talking about
    1. Family Forms

    2. Education Forms

    3. Community Forms

    4. School and Community Mission Statement   
  • Shared Vision       
  • Roles of Members, Mentors, Executive Board, Chairman, Officers, and Students
  • School Document - Your community will learn how to write each part of the constitution and bylaws
  • Specific Abilities
    1. Authority Power
    2. Personal Power
    3. Relationship Power
  • A Working Knowledge of Agency, Scholar Projects, and Great Mentoring
 


PRACTICE SCHOLAR PROJECTS inspire your youth to:

  • Start doing the "hard things"
  • Learn time management
  • Discover more about who they are
  • Understand their duty as a citizen
  • Study for extended periods of time out of personal choice
  • Write independently and with insight
  • Think deeper, study things that may not interest them at first
How do you know if your YOUTH is ready for the Practice Scholar level?
  • Are they asking to be with their peers a lot?
  • Do they tell you that you are interrupting their study time?
  • Have they had a good Core Phase where they've learned right from wrong?
  • Do they have initiative?  Is it time they learn initiative?
  • Do they enjoy learning?
  • Can they read?
  • Are they ages 12-16?
If your youth dislikes learning or just isn't interested, its okay; there's a way to help change that.  Our Practice Scholar Projects are fun-filled, interesting and most of all include a community of peers.  This is especially appealing to the homeschooled youth.


APPRENTICE SCHOLAR PROJECTS teach students to:
  • Transition from studying 2-4 hours a day to 6-10 hours a day!
  • Become a self-directed scholar
  • Gain scholar skills such as: reading difficult works, writing, debating, teaching, researching, using mentors
  • Be a homesteader rather than a squatter
  • Take action
  • Find personal mission
  • Gain a vision for "contributing" to society
If your student is between the ages of 14 and 16 and has a desire for a great education, they are probably ready for this level.


Why LEMI?

Discover why Many Communities, Thousands of Mentors, and Thousands of Students have turned to LEMI for achieving an education for both the mind and heart—and experienced transformation in the process.


By Kathy Mellor


Education geared toward creating leaders and focusing on classics is nothing new, it’s been observed throughout recorded history. Project learning is much newer than that, but it’s not something we can take credit for.  What we have developed is revolutionary though. In combining an education based on the classics with project learning, we have succeeded in creating an educational environment (with an inspiring mentor!) that brings meaning and a personal connection to the material. More importantly, it isn’t about the material. It’s about the student and it’s accomplished through educating the heart and the mind to develop a servant’s life with an objective to improve humanity.  That’s a huge thing to say and, if I hadn’t seen the fruits myself, I would consider it a preposterous statement—even self-aggrandizing if I’d had anything to do with its conception. But the results are “sticky” in the Malcolm Gladwell’s sense of the word.


Tiffany Earl and Aneladee Milne were the geniuses behind the educational philosophy and methodology, creating the projects that help transition to the lofty goal of a scholar studying for 8-10 hours a day 5 -6 days a week.  Think about that for a minute.  You have an 11 or 12 year old who has a short attention span, an active disposition, and a mind on quite a few things other than scholarly study. He is awash with hormones and feeling uncomfortable in his own skin. How do you facilitate that transition from squirrely pre-pubescent to mature and accomplished scholar who has found a passion in a self-directed education?  They were the pioneers who figured out HOW to do that. It was their early work that identified and delineated the stages within the phase—Transition to Scholar, Practice Scholar, Apprentice Scholar, Self-Directed Scholar, and Mentored Scholar. LEMI Scholar ProjectsTM support the middle three stages and the well-trained mentor[1] can navigate or direct her student through the other two as well.


The projects, which I will describe shortly, are based on a LEMI-exclusive philosophy that we call the Scholar Ladders. You can think of them as ladders that you climb as you not only fill out your education but become a person who is prepared to function in society. Resulting in a person who has skills and abilities fine-tuned in their youth that many of us didn’t accomplish until our thirties or forties (or maybe fifties or never). Time management would be an example of something that is learned through these projects—it may or may not be taught overtly but it will be learned because the student is motivated to accomplish what the project covers and doing so gives an intrinsic reason to learn it. They are inspired to learn and accomplish and work hard; the projects propel them forward as they take on increasingly more difficult experiences and get a sense of who they are and what their purpose is. The Scholar Ladder names are Vision, Mission, Abilities, Skills, and Knowledge (VMASK).


While the mentor is teaching Shakespeare (a fabulous, rich set of classic works, right?) and putting on a production, he is also teaching the abilities of interdependence, synergy, and being dependable. The skills of memorization, decoding difficult text, taking on a character to understand motivation, and standing before an audience are also being accomplished (while they are having an amazing time!). I’m not going to say that you can’t get a lot out of Shakespeare by only reading and discussing, because of course you absolutely can, but I am going to say that there is an incredible transformation for both the individuals and the group by performing his works. It is an unparalleled experience. This isn’t an acting troupe with stars and underlings or the talented and the sorry few. This is a mentored experience where the play is the end result of a mentors who are meeting the kids where they are at and growing individual scholars. I have watched my shyest son have the major accomplishment of “cheating front” (which just means turning toward the audience instead of toward the person you are having dialogue with) and his mentor almost swooning with joy. She knew that particular kid had just accomplished something fantastic, that rivaled what the lead characters accomplished.  Likewise, I’ve seen mentors put the kid who is “always the star” in a supporting role so he could learn the importance of helping someone else succeed. This is just one example of the power of the projects to bring the experience of project learning to the classics. They are not merely studying; they are experiencing and applying and being inspired.


The projects are organized into what is known as the Continuum. This is a stage-based continuum of projects that is not a conveyor belt where each one needs to be checked off a list to “finish.” You individualize to your student and the needs of your school to determine which ones to offer.


The following will show the projects by stage and, while each of them is amazing, the important thing is to learn where on the continuum your student belongs and pick the project that is right for her.


PRACTICE SCHOLAR


·       Key of Liberty—this is a study of the Founding of America and an in-depth experience with the Constitution. The students are inspired to memorize the Declaration of Independence, and surprisingly, they usually do! Naturally my own kids have differing abilities and some struggle with memorization, nevertheless, each of my oldest 4 have memorized it (two to go!). That’s totally cool as far as I’m concerned because it means they have Thomas Jefferson’s PEN in their minds—for life. But it was my oldest child’s experience that takes my breath away. He struggled with reading, didn’t read fluidly until he was twelve and even then it wasn’t what I would call totally fluid :) He was fairly good at memorizing though and he not only memorized it but kept it fresh for YEARS. Every month or so he’d review it and make sure he still had it. He’s doing a Master’s degree now, just in case you were wondering.


·       Shakespeare Conquest—this project takes the master of human nature and creates the most engaging experience so his works come to life.  The students study one play in depth during first semester, reading a scene or two weekly and then having a mentored discussion to apply the content to their lives--to help them see that the plays are relevant to the things they struggle with like jealousy, friendships, and...yes...love. They are also learning about the Bard and all about Elizabethan times so that the plays make more sense. If you understand the Renaissance mindset about our personalities, then comments like someone being phlegmatic don’t go over your head. The students are inspired to read, watch, or listen to 17 Shakespeare plays by being part of a race to be crowned a King or a Queen. They are ceremoniously rewarded, often with a necklace constructed out of candy bars, but always with much high language being uttered and uproarious applause. This marathon experience allows them to become relatively fluent in the “foreign” language of our mother tongue. Second semester they perform a play (or scenes from a play) so that the meanings and nuances can really be understood. To be honest, they practically memorize everyone’s lines during the rehearsal process. The first time I mentored this project we were performing Twelfth Night and a mom told me that her son said to her, “Mom, our play is so funny. But you won’t get it.” He understood the language and pitied his mom and the jokes she would miss!


·       Georgics—this project shows the power of being reconnected to the earth and learning principles of community and self-reliance. The students read several classics that take place in an agrarian setting so they see the value and growth that comes from hard work. They learn what Will DeMille named the 6 Mini-Ag Ideals and the Georgic Principles (entrepreneurism, forgiveness, self-validation, community interdependence, etc.) which are not only part of agriculture but part of life. There is a strong emphasis on the power of spiritually creating something before physically creating it, and the students plan a georgic project which can be anything from planning and growing a garden to raising bees or poultry.


TRANSITIONING TO APPRENTICE SCHOLAR


Sword of Freedom--extending the foundation of freedom created in Key of Liberty, students enter a semester-long simulation pitting the North against the South as they learn to navigate difficult issues such as states rights vs. federal control, constitutionality of cessation, and slavery. In a crucial time in our nation’s history, human nature is explored in a war that resulted in brother fighting against brother in a conflict where both sides believed they were doing God’s will. The Civil War has never been more engaging as the students work towards earning a replica sword like those carried by the Union and Confederate soldiers.


Hero Project--Sword of Freedom is often followed by this transformational project where students learn lessons of heroism through the study of the Greatest Generation and their selfless sacrifices fighting in World War II. Your scholar will gain an understanding of the complexity of the times as the US was drawn into a war with two fronts and an astounding number of conflicts and crises. But, even more importantly, they will find the hero within themselves and invaluable lessons they can apply in our day and time.



·       Pyramid Project—the best way to describe this project is to say that it teaches you how to think. The four corners of the pyramid represent Logic and Reasoning, Truth, Habits of a Scientist, and Newtonian Math (which is the math everyone learns to hate!). We are connecting math and science to the world around them and helping them to see the relevance so they have a reason to study it. Developing the habit to log one’s study is emphasized as they learn to emulate Nathaniel Bowditch and his amazing self-education depicted in Carry on, Mr. Bowditch. An alternative to the scientific method, called the Inteligro method, is also taught while they learn how great scientists of all times learned to wonder, see patterns, and ask the right question. Throughout the course there is a growth in the students’ ability to think logically and to measure things they encounter in the world against their core book (which may be scriptures or another book that the student looks to for truth). We even teach them how to find equations as they read the text!




APPRENTICE SCHOLAR


·       Quest 1 and 2 are an in-depth and personalized study of leadership (among other things!). The students come face-to-face with 6 great leaders and their landmark speeches. They read about, write about, and discuss the circumstances that led them to greatness. Second semester they learn to find their own leaders among history and current times who exemplify the traits that great leaders exemplify—Virtue, Wisdom, Courage, Diplomacy, Inspiring Greatness in Others and Moving the Cause of Liberty. They write persuasive essays and do presentations on the lives of those leaders who resonated with them personally. They also work on these essential traits as they come to see themselves and each other as people who can and will influence the world for good.


·       Quest 3 Though all the semesters of Quest work in conjunction with each other, this semester is the very best project of all. And, yes, I am famously biased on this one. I have taught all the semesters of Quest  and worked with 6 different groups of scholars in the process. I can say that, without exception, they are changed by the experience. Every mentor I have trained or supported on their journey has been changed by the experience. In this semester, they are doing four different parts of Governance. They are learning:

1.       Self-governance while they do an in-depth study of Covey’s Seven Habits of Effective People.

2.       Principles of governing a nation as they memorize and write about the application to current events of the 28 principles of good government outlined in Skousen’s The Five Thousand Year Leap.

3.       Jurisprudence is taught through learning about the landmark cases of the Supreme Court, then choosing two cases to write legal briefs and argue before a moot court. I say that so calmly. But seriously, when you see them withstand the questions that require lightening fast thinking on their feet, it is awe-inspiring to behold. My students tell me years later that it was the hardest thing they’ve ever done (and they actually thank me, if you can believe it!)

4.       Worldviews—they learn to see the world through 6 different worldviews and understand how other people in our nation and in our world see reality, humanity, the role of government, the basis of laws, and many, many other things. This is a necessary study for anyone who wants to build bridges in their leadership.


SELF-DIRECTED SCHOLAR


·       Edison Project—in this project, students use the knowledge, skills, and abilities they have gained previously to start making an impact NOW as they create and implement their own projects. They develop projects based on their passion, such as music, engineering, or a foreign language.  Some prepare themselves to tackle college or an apprenticeship. Sometimes those projects lead to businesses or careers, sometimes those projects help the students find and fill in some of the gaps in their education (and guess what? We all have gaps in our education!). They stretch themselves further than they thought they could go.  But the students are not alone. They are guided by their Edison coach with a system of accountability, including deadlines and weekly self-evaluations to help them achieve their goals. By supporting and inspiring each other, they are able to join in the great conversation and overcome their roadblocks to find success. The skills they gain in the Edison Project are invaluable tools they’ll use throughout their lives as they continue to fulfill their mission.


YOU: WE HELP MORE THAN JUST THE KIDS!

As part of our mentor training experience offered each year in various locations around the United States, LEMI also supports the adults in your community through the following projects:


·       Family Foundations Online helps the new and veteran homeschooler apply leadership education principles in their own home. These are weekly, self-paced lessons that combine video learning with application using the Socratic method. As you answer the questions online you are creating a digital record of your growth. It is a membership-based experience that comes with many LEMI resources such as an online community, webinars, Q&A sessions, and recorded conference calls.


·       Family Foundations Onsite is taught by mentors trained by LEMI to provide adults the opportunity to have discussions of classic books, learn powerful principles in a lecture environment, and participate in simulations. These twice per month classes are taught at your school or at a time and place that works for your community.


LIBER COMMUNITY SERIES (the following three projects make up this series and an adult who comes to training learns how to mentor them all)


·       Gathering Project is a simple project designed to help adults take their first steps into the transformation that can happen when discussing a classic book. The once a month format is a great way to “gather” like-minded adults and grow your community.

·       The Freedom Project is a Practice scholar project that is similar to the Key of Liberty experience as adults learn the principles of freedom and come to understand the Constitution.

·       Five Pillar is an Apprentice scholar project that is similar in content to Quest. It contains all the environments of learning and encourages adults to grow and find their “voice” while they have a scholar experience. It is a two-year, four-times-a-month intensive!


THE RESULTS?


By the time a student completes several projects (very few complete all of them because they don’t need to when it’s individualized education!) and, perhaps is a student mentor for one of their favorites, they are confident and inspiring. They have read, written about, and discussed thousands of pages of classics as well as experienced the power of simulations, productions, science experiments, garden projects, memorization for life, and many other types of applied learning experiences. The mentors and parents have walked along beside them on their path from the squirrely 12 year old to an accomplished young adult and (excuse my slip into teenage-ese) you are, like totally, amazed. But you’re proud too, because you remember what it was like to be afraid that they would never actually do this scholar phase thing. Or, somewhere in the deepest part of your fear, that they might never amount to anything.


The thought I want to end with is quite philosophical actually. In pedagogy (the $5 word that means the study of teaching) there are two distinct approaches among the many, many methodologies. One approach is that you need an expert to teach. That somehow, you have to be expert-ized through an institution or by the guru at the top of the mountain. The other, and this is where we are firmly planted, is that you (yes, the uncredentialed and perfectly ordinary you) can and will be the perfect mentor for your kids and many of the other kids in your school. Yes, we’re proclaiming loudly enough for anyone to hear: YOU have what it takes to be the mentor and walk along the path with your own kids. While some of our LEMI-trained mentors charge to teach these projects (and they have the perfect right to do so), most of us do it for the simple reason that we love our kids and we want the very best for them. I worked on my own scholar phase while I walked along the LEMI continuum with my oldest. Now I turn around to offer my hand to people just like you and say without hesitation, “You can do this. Not only adequately, but with excellence. We are here to help you.” Those of us at LEMI are fortunate enough to help inspire and mentor two generations at once.


Kathy Mellor, owner of Unleashing Your Voice! has 20 years of experience homeschooling her own six children as well as mentoring hundreds of others. Her life purpose is to help you find your message and give you the skills to share it with the world.



Website Builder