Sherry Veach is the mother of four children. She and her husband, Jeff, have been homeschooling for seventeen years and have graduated three children from their homeschool. Their oldest son, William, served an honorable mission in the Denmark Copenhagen Mission and graduated from BYU-I with a degree in exercise physiology; their daughter Clarissa graduated from BYU with a major in physics and minors in math and computer science; Matthew completed an honorable mission to Colombia Bogota South and is now at BYU-I majoring in international studies; Joshua is still homeschooled full time. Sherry graduated from BYU with a B.S. in clothing and textiles and was married the next day in the Salt Lake City Temple. The Veach family has lived in New Jersey and Switzerland, and currently resides in North Carolina. Sherry loves to read, travel, knit, quilt, and is learning to bobbin lace when she is not homeschooling.
Join Sherry Veach, veteran homeschooler, for a series of “looks.” A very brief look at the history of classical education, and then a look at what classical homeschooling looks like today. A look at some curriculum choices and online classes, and finally a look into her homeschool at three different stages.