It’s Graduation Day

We made it!

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When we started homeschooling my daughter when she was in 1st grade, I had no idea we would be homeschooling until 6th grade. We took it one year at a time and now, here we are, graduation day has come!

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We have been with Homeschool Global (formerly TMA Homeschool) since 1st grade and we are happy to have finished elementary years with them.

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It was a very heartwarming ceremony as I watched Kyla receive her diploma and taking the mic to let us hear her short letter for us.

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The 6 homeschooling years were filled with so much memories. There were days when we had so much fun reading together, experimenting and doing things together, crying and persevering during tough days and praying daily to God who sustains us.

It has also given us the front row seat to discover my daughter’s gifts and to see her blossom from a very shy and stubborn girl who wants everything done her way to someone who accommodates others and willingly follows wherever God leads.

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We were intentional about the time we spent together, yet it still feels that time just passed by so fast. I am forever grateful to the Lord for giving my family the opportunity to homeschool. It made us grow closer as a family as we seek the Lord together. It gave us the time we needed to bond and to know each other more. It allowed us to support one another to reach for our goals.

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As we continue on and face a new season in our homeschool, my heart is filled with love and wonderful memories.

Our prayer for our dear daughter is from Numbers 6:24-26 “The Lord bless you and keep you;
25 the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you;
26 the Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.”

Graduation and Recognition Day

Finally, today was Kyla’s graduation and recognition day. She is moving up to prep class from her kindergarden class. The event was held at Technopark Hotel here in Sta Rosa Laguna. When we got there, she didnt want us to get her picture yet.

So, I was really glad that she cooperated eventually. She joined the parade, performed prayer song, stood on the stage for the National Anthem, accepted her medals and certificate of completion. And she allowed us to get some pictures of her. I am so glad that she was able to adjust already… (she used to cry during school events)

She even brought home 2 awards. She got the Best in Arts and Best in Writing awards.

We are so proud of you Kyla.


Thanks be to God for allowing us to be part of your life.