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Celebrities who homeschool

Celebrities Who Homeschool

Homeschooling has often been classified as a ‘weird’ form of education. Because many people don’t understand it. Also, homeschooled children enjoy lengthy discussions about their interests and passion projects. Because homeschooled children have the time, support and growth environment to dive deeper into learning opportunities that interest them. Most people used to traditional education don’t understand the passion and drive that homeschooled children often have. So, it might come as a surprise to you that there are celebrities who opt to homeschool their children.

Homeschooling has become popular among North Americans, including the Hollywood elite. Many famous parents, reality stars and A-listers have chosen to homeschool their children rather than put them in traditional public or private schools.

Why are celebrities opting to homeschool their children?

Any veteran homeschooling parent will tell you that homeschooling has many surprising advantages. Celebrities who homeschool know that! Whether it’s the desire to give your child more one-on-one educational time. Or the need to work their child’s education into their busy schedule. And maybe even the ability to teach them alternative subjects that aren’t commonly taught in traditional schools.

There are many different reasons to choose to homeschool your child. And this also might shock you, but homeschooling doesn’t always mean that the parent is the one teaching their child. On the contrary, many homeschooling families (especially celebrity parents) opt for certified teachers or tutors to educate.

Celebrities who homeschool:

The following is a pretty impressive list of celebrities who homeschool or homeschool their children. Some of the biggest names in show biz might surprise you!

 

 
Farrah Abraham and daughter Sophia.

Farrah Abraham homeschools her daughter Sophia.

Among the list of celebrities who homeschool is Farrah Abraham. You might remember Farrah as an OG Teen Mom Star. Farrah decided to homeschool her daughter Sophia so that she could attend more press events and focus on her modelling career.

Jenelle Evans and Family

Jenelle Evans homeschooled her stepdaughter.

Another MTV Teen Mom star, Jenelle Evans, revealed that she and David Eason’s younger children are enrolled in traditional school. However, she homeschooled her 11-year-old stepdaughter Maryssa for some time.

Mayim Bialik and family.

Big Bang Theories, Mayim Bialik homeschools her kids!

You may know her as Amy from the Big Bang Theory. But her real name is Mayim Bialik. Mayim and her husband chose to homeschool their two sons. She posted a video passionately defending her choice to homeschool her children. And stated that her children are just as socialized and smart as children in traditional school settings. Does defending your right to homeschool sound familiar to you? We are so proud of Mayim for being an incredible advocate for homeschooling.

Kylie and Kendall Jenner were homeschooled!

Kris Jenner and former partner, Caitlyn Jenner.

Kris Jenner and her former partner Caitlyn Jenner were among the Hollywood Elites who chose to homeschool their children. In 2013 they decided to let their youngest daughters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, finish their education by homeschooling. As their careers were getting very busy, this would prove to be a good option for them.

Katie Holmes and daughter Suri.

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes

On the list of celebrities who homeschool are Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise. At the same time, the couple disagreed on basically everything else. Education and schooling was one thing they did agree on. When the couple was still together, they hired a teacher to homeschool their daughter, Suri. They did so because of their busy shooting schedules and wanted her to get one-on-one attention while learning.

Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise homeschooled their children, too!

Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman homeschooled their children, too!

Before Tom Cruise chose to homeschool Suri with former partner Katie, he homeschooled his children Conner and Isabella with Nicole Kidman, another former partner. Tom Cruise enjoys homeschooling.

Angelina Jolie and children.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

That’s right, the Brangelina brood homeschools! In 2017, Angelina revealed that she and her then-partner, Brad Pitt, opted to teach their six kids at home. She said, “they are from around the world,” and she didn’t want them to have the “same education she had.”

Gwyneth Paltrow with children, Apple and Moses.

Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow homeschooled their children, Apple and Moses.

In 2011 the (then) couple rocked headlines after they released an ad searching for a tutor. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin reportedly were looking to hire someone who would be able to teach Moses and Apple Greek, Latin and French. Along with other unique subjects, for $100,000!

Jennifer Lopez with twins Max and Emme.

Another celebrity who homeschools is Jennifer Lopez.

In 2016, Jennifer Lopez shared that she sometimes homeschools her twins, Max and Emme. They homeschool when needed. Jennifer Lopez said: “We don’t have a normal life; I don’t have normal kids.” She continued, “… They are super happy, well-adjusted, loving, caring kids, and that’s the most important thing. We’ll get them educated — homeschooling is great for them when we have to do it. The most important thing is that they’re with their mom and don’t feel abandoned by a parent.”

There’re many more celebrities who homeschool or homeschool their children.

Cynthia Bailey, John Travolta and Kelly Preston, Erykah Badu, Michael Jackson, Kimberly and James Van Der Beek, Richard Williams, and Jack Osbourne are some of the household names of celebrities who homeschool or homeschool their children. You will notice that most of these celebrities opted to homeschool because they wanted education to fit their lifestyle. And it paid off!

Homeschooling may not be for everyone, and not everyone will understand it. However, homeschooling suits your lifestyle and can give your family the necessary flexibility. Then go for it! And utilize Schoolio Curriculum for a simple open-and-go, all-in-one, inclusive curriculum.

 

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