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Recharge Your Year with Bridgeway Academy!

by Jessica Parnell | Jan 23, 2018 | < 1 min read

Making the switch to homeschooling in the middle of the school year may sound a little daunting, but it’s completely doable. And, if you’re child isn’t thriving or has lost their love for learning, it’s the best choice you can make. From requesting transcripts to choosing the best curriculum, our process makes switching mid-year easier than you can imagine. Bridgeway Academy makes it easy to transfer to homeschooling anytime and gives you the support you need to feel confident in your decision.
Here’s what you’ll do, step-by-step, to get started homeschooling half-year with Bridgeway Academy.

  1. Sign up with Bridgeway. You can choose a half-year homeschooling package, available at
  2. Notify your school district. Once you’ve decided to transfer, you’ll need to notify your school district if you’re currently enrolled.
  3. Request your records. In order to complete enrollment, we need your student’s school records. Get a headstart now by downloading the records release on our our website to start the transfer process. Current homeschooled students can complete the “Transfer of Home Educated Courses” form, which you can also find at

If you’re ready to make a change, the time is now. And, it’s faster than you think. From the time you receive curriculum, which is usually within a week or sooner from selecting your courses, your mid-year semester starts and lasts for 150 days.

Still debating? Find out more about our half year packages here. Visit for any other questions you may have about homeschooling with an accredited, trusted partner.
Get on the right track with Bridgeway Academy’s half year homeschooling programs – enroll today!

Jessica Parnell
Hello everyone! I’m Jessica Parnell — mom, homeschool evaluator, teacher, and CEO of Bridgeway Academy. In my 20+ years of experience as a homeschool mom and evaluator, I have had the privilege of meeting homeschoolers that take a variety of approaches to their education. It is their many stories and successes that inspire me in my own homeschooling and I love to pass on the knowledge that I have gained from them to other homeschooling families. The one constant that always remains true is that there’s no such thing as a “cookie cutter child.” Each child is fearfully and wonderfully made and as a result, learns and functions differently. It’s our job to ensure that we’re raising each child to fulfill their individual purpose and when we can teach in a way that inspires them, we are on our way to homeschool success. When I’m not writing or teaching my children, I like to ski, write and participate in triathlons. I graduated from Kutztown University with a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Masters in English and I am currently pursuing a degree in Neuroleadership.
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