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You don’t need to know all the things to make great homeschooling decisions for your family.

You just need to learn how to ask the right questions.

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The Homeschool-U Method

Learn to ask the right questions

Homeschool-U is a homeschooling method grounded in the truth that you are the expert of your homeschool—even if you don’t feel like it yet.

Your family is unique and your homeschool year should reflect that. There is no one-size-fits-all homeschooling solution, that’s why the Homeschool-U method focuses on asking curious questions to find the solutions that fit your family.

Gain Clarity with the Homeschool-U Method


Take a step back and ask curious questions and gain insight into where your family is at this moment.


Where are you heading spiritually, academically, and emotionally and what does your family need to get there?


Utilize the rhythms, routines, and tools that will help your family make progress, making adjustments as needed.

Grow in Confidence with the


Sometimes, it helps to have a sounding board when you are making homeschooling decisions, which is why we created the Homeschool-U Membership Community.

As a member, you not only have access to great training and resources, but you also have access to Homeschool-U founder Michele Holmes and other homeschool moms at various stages of the homeschool journey!

Hi there, I’m Michele


I am a veteran homeschool mom of 30 years and I know what it’s like to be afraid you’re going to mess up your kid’s future by making the wrong decision.

After spending hundreds of dollars on curriculum that didn’t work, trying to implement all the well-meaning advice from my friends that didn’t account for our unique situation, and reading book after book from the homeschooling experts who had no clue what my kids were like, I finally stopped listening everyone else and developed my own method for making great decisions for my family.

Soon, moms were coming to me and asking me for homeschooling advice for their families. After counseling numerous women, I realized these moms had a sincere desire to see their children thriving academically, socially, spiritually, and emotionally. They didn’t need me to tell them exactly what to do, they just needed to learn how to ask the right questions.

As a result, I created the Homeschool-U Method to empower moms to become the expert of their own homeschools.

My sincere desire for you in learning this method is that you will gain clarity and grow in confidence.

See you inside the Homeschool-U Community! 

What People are Saying

“Clarity to own this next step in my child’s life”

“As I approached homeschooling through high school, I had many moments of confusion and concern. Michele explained how to create a path that works for each child. Michele calmed my worries and made this next step feel natural for me and my family. She gave me the confidence and clarity to own this next step in my child’s life.”

Robin T.

 “I learned new tricks even after years of homeschooling!”

“Michele has developed a solid, practical plan that works for every homeschooler, from brand-new to seasoned. Even after my own lengthy homeschooling career, she has taught me new tricks. My favorite with the most impact has been the 24-hour day. I also like the vision plan to direct what opportunities will work toward our goals for the year. It helps my yesses mean yes and my nos mean no!”

Sheri B.

“It helped me move forward with confidence.”

“Michele helped me understand and embrace being a homeschooling mom with a homeschooling family. She taught me the mechanics, but more than that, she helped me understand the foundational values on which this decision was built. She helped me move forward with confidence.

Jenn U.

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