TEDEd Clubs “For the Young Ones” Playlist
Two of our students were recognized by TEDEd Clubs this year.
SC Science Olympiad
6th place in Towers and Solar Systems.
3rd place in Roller Coaster.
Little Free Library Builds and Donations
With the help of Home Depot, we donated a Little Free Library to the Irmo Community Park. We had a ribbon-cutting event with the Town of Irmo Council Members present.
With the help of Home Depot, we also donated a Little Free Library to Wingards Market.
SOTM TEDEd Clubs Recognitions
Trisha’s talk on Inclusions in Schools is highlighted in TEDEd Clubs LET’S BE BETTER YouTube Playlist.
Trisha is also highlighted in What students taught TED-Ed this year video:
Enzo’s Inaugural TEDEd Weekend Talk in December 2016 was just posted!
One of our students was spotlighted on TEDEd Club’s Newsletter in April and added to TEDEd Clubs’ YouTube Picks Playlist. This same student participated in TEDxYouth@Columbia’s TEDxYouthWeekend and the inaugural TEDEd Weekend Event.
School of the Minds is chosen to be TEDxYouth@ColumbiaSC Ambassador
Officially sponsored by Alliance Homeschool Accountability Association.
School of the Minds art exhibition at the Columbia Museum of Art.
School of the Minds Junior FLL Team awarded for their group work at State Championships.
Invited to participate in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) School Support Program (3SP) of South Carolina’s Coalition for Mathematics and Science
When I was denied acceptance by several co-ops, for our beliefs, I struggled, feeling like I would never find my place or get the help/love we needed in our homeschool journey. Then my first homeschool mom friend introduced me to school of the Minds. They accepted, loved, supported and befriended us with open arms. I can not even begin to describe the love we’ve felt and how at home this group has made us feel. I will forever be grateful that we found them. They. Are. My. Tribe.
A Kindergartner dedicates a poem and artwork to School of the Minds on her blog