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Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
We are loving seeing all of the attention Kristin Smith’s homeschool class is getting over Senate Bill 98! Thank you HSLDA for recognizing their efforts! <3

Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Did You Know:
On THIS day, February 19, 1807, US Vice President Aaron Burr arrested in Alabama for treason!

“On February 19, 1807, Aaron Burr, the former vice president of the United States, was arrested near the town of McIntosh by Capt. Edmund P. Gaines in Washington County, in what is now Alabama. Burr was fleeing a call for his capture by Pres. Thomas Jefferson on charges that he was threatening the security of the United States by raising troops to conquer Spanish territories in North America.” 😳🀯 #ALhistory

Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
8 months ago this Capitol Day event was just an idea. A hope. Can we create an opportunity for homeschoolers in Alabama to come together and see their strength, and to show how amazing their kids are? We are SO. VERY. CLOSE. To that end one of the first, big, must have ideas was our Outstanding Alabama Homeschoolers. These 11th and 12th graders are going to be given the chance to shine in front of their families, community, and legislators. We put out the call for homeschool leadership to nominate, hoping to get two teens per zone, and make sure our entire state was showcased! While there were some gaps in zone nominations, we were THRILLED with all the teens that were nominated 😍

Due to the newness of the nomination process and quality of the nominations we received, we chose 16 honorees for this year’s Outstanding Homeschool Student Award recipients and ALL are OUTSTANDING and highlight the best that is in our Alabama Homeschool Community! We will be recognizing these 16 teens at our April 2, 2020 Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day, in our welcome booklet, on our social media, and to our legislators!

✨Your 2020 Outstanding Alabama Homeschool Students ARE:

Alyssa Crooks – Limestone County

Alyssa Picard – Marshall County

Dagny Holt – Madison County

Emily Butler – Lauderdale County

Jalynn Whitfield – Madison County

Sarah Demeski – Morgan County

Jasemyn (Jazzie) Jelks – Cherokee County

Arden Markin – Tuscaloosa County

Isabella Trent – Shelby County

Jacob Jordan – St. Clair County

Paul Glenn – Jefferson County

John David Merithew – Montgomery County

Catherine Simpson – Mobile County

Ellen Lanford – Mobile County

Kaitlyn Hale – Baldwin County

Sophia Robinson – Mobile County


We look forward to SHARING with you the OUTSTANDING qualities and accomplishments that leadership across Alabama saw in these kids! In the coming weeks I hope you will come back to this page and see for yourself YOUR Outstanding Alabama Homeschooled StMarshall
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Have you ordered your T-shirts yet? Our Capitol Day T shirt was designed BY an Alabama homeschooler FOR Alabama homeschoolers, and chosen by YOU! Order yours SOON!

Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Dream big, make big things happen! See y’all at the Capitol! 😜 #joinus #ALcapitolday
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Alabama Homeschool Capitol Day
Be SURE to register to VOTE in the primaries! There is a big constitutional amendment on the ballot March 3rd, and you want your voice heard! πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

✨Website for voter registration info:

To register to vote in the State of Alabama, an individual must meet the following qualifications:

Be a United States Citizen
Reside in Alabama
Be at least 18 years old
Have not been convicted of a disqualifying felony (or have rights restored)
Have not been legally declared “mentally incompetent” by a court