Ashe, Avery & Watauga Homeschoolers Take the Stage

Did you know that the High Country has a vibrant Home-Schooling Community? The Christian Homeschooling community is very active with their High Country Christian Homeschoolers Association, Grace Academy, Home School Science Academy, and Thoughtful Thursdays enrichment co-op.

This is the High Country’s fourth year hosting Kidshine Performing Arts Day Camp for home school children in the area.  According to homeschooler Brenda Ellington, the program exists not only to give the kids valuable experience in performing, but also “to give the children the opportunity to share God’s message with others: that He loves them, sent His Son to die on the cross for them, and those who will put their trust and faith in Him can have life (1 John 5:11-12).”


There is no cost and the program lasts about an hour. It is best to arrive by 6:30 in order to find a seat. Alliance Bible Fellowship, where the show will be held,  does have construction going on in the upper parking lot, but there is plenty of parking in the back and the program will take place downstairs in the worship center/gym. If you have any further questions, you can call Brenda Ellington at 336-982-6300 or e-mail

You Are Cordially Invited to a Performance Presented by

Ashe, Avery, & Watauga Home Schoolers

-A production by Kidshine-

“Eternity Studios”

October 9th

6:30 – 8:00 pm

Alliance Bible Fellowship

(105 By-pass, Boone)

Admission is FREE

Great family program for all ages!



  1. Sarah, here is a recent article on homeschooling that appeared in the Mountain Times: