The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XIX, NUMBER 5
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September / October 2003


FEATURES
Homeschooling around the world

A global view

What can you do?
Competition grows in HSLDA's 2nd essay contest

Landstuhl Regional Medical Center by Claire Novak

When words are not enough by Grace Lichlyter

DEPARTMENTS
Along the way

Standing together: 20 years later

HSLDA and South Carolina
From the heart
Across the states
Active cases
About campus
Freedom watch
Members only
President's page

ET AL.

HSLDA social services contact policy/A plethora of forms

HSLDA legal inquiries

Prayer & Praise


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ACROSS THE STATES

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MARYLAND

Washington Bible College follow-up

In our May/June Home School Court Report, we reported that Washington Bible College (WBC) had insisted that homeschool graduate Kristen Albro obtain a GED before attending, but later dropped this requirement at Home School Legal Defense Association's request.

WBC subsequently contacted us, concerned that our readers might come away with the impression that the school is unfriendly toward homeschoolers. Albro confirmed that she feels very accepted at WBC.

WBC's decision to be flexible with Albro's admission has proven a sound choice. In the spring semester, Albro earned nearly straight-A grades.

Scott A. Woodruff