Based on their experiences as a homeschool family, the Harding's book titled “The Brainy Bunch,” shares stories about how they worked with their children to prepare them for college at such a young age. All while also letting them enjoy age-appropriate friendships and experiences. If you can't make it to the Heartland Home Educators Conference, there is a session that will be available for Free via Live Streaming during the event! Head over HERE to register for the Live Streaming that will be available May 2nd from 1-4 PM!
A little about the Harding Children:
- Hannah, 26, is currently working on a doctorate in material science engineering
- Rosannah, 24, is a registered architect in New York City and is pursuing a master’s degree
- Serennah, 23, is an internal medicine intern in the Navy stationed at Walter Reed Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland
- Heath, 18, completed his bachelor’s degree in English at 15 and earned his master’s in computer science by 17
- Keith, 15, recently earned his bachelor’s in music
- Seth, 13, is a college sophomore majoring in history who plans to become and archaeologist
- Katrinnah, 11, is a college freshman who plans to major in legal studies and minor in theater
- The three youngest Hardings (Mariannah, 8, Lorennah, 6, and Thunder, 4) are following in their older siblings footsteps and already accelerating their own educations.
“The Brainy Bunch,” also from 20th Century Fox TV and Imagine TV, is a comedy about couple Kip and Mona Lisa Mitchell who find themselves raising extremely intelligent children thanks to genetics and dynamic home schooling. However, when Kip returns home from the military to be a stay-at-home dad, he experiences the parenting challenges of fathering a socially limited genius. The project is inspired by Kip and Mona Lisa Harding’s book of the same name.For even more exciting homeschool news, coming up on Wednesday, April 29th, Bellevue University is going to be launching a website dedicated to homeschool families! This site will help those families navigate through the early college admission process so look for it to go live on Wednesday!