Homeschool Stars is a Homeschool Facilitation Service here to help you navigate the challenges of homeschooling your child. In recent years, a growing numbers of parents are making the decision to directly take charge of their children’s education.


  • As a parent, you may …
    • have questions about the ability of the traditional education system to cater to the specific needs, strengths, interests or talents of your child.
    • be concerned about the moral and spiritual foundation that is being built in your child.
    • need to address special health challenges your child may be facing.
  • At Homeschool Stars, we understand that
    •  Parents have a variety of reasons for starting to homeschool.
    • Challenges may arise in juggling professional and domestic concerns with the educational needs of your child.
    • Every homeschooling situation is unique.

We are here to work with you to come up with a plan that is best suited for your child’s growth and development and fits your busy schedule.


Our primary activity, which is HOMESCHOOL COORDINATION, includes…

  1. Assisting you to choose/design a curriculum that is suited to the needs of your child.
  2. Developing an academic calendar and scheme of work for you or your child’s teacher.
  3. Monitoring and tracking the child’s progress each month.
  4. Examining the child each term and ensuring that their cumulative record is updated after each exam. 

Other services include…

  • Helping you to select the right teaching and learning materials for your child and their teacher.
  • Providing you with online and offline resources that will create an interactive learning environment for your child.
  • Visiting the child once a month to ensure they are on track and making progress. These meetings can be arranged outside the home to break the monotony and sometimes done with other homeschoolers for the purpose of socialisation.
  • Procuring textbooks and other teaching and learning materials for the child.
  • Providing a trained teacher or teachers in cases where the parents are not able to directly teach the child.
  • Planning interventions to help your child improve in areas of challenge.