Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers, an international secular homeschooling support organization.
Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers has a large, active, and diverse online community of secular homeschooling families from around the world. We are constantly growing and evolving to provide support and vetted secular resources in a variety of ways, both online and at in person conferences. Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers is passionate about innovative education through secular academic materials and celebrating the secular homeschool community by connecting with the people creating these resources and the families and educators who are handcrafting their student’s journey through learning.
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Hello, from All of Us!
Blair Lee M.S
Founder of SEA Homeschoolers and Author
Blair Lee M.S. is the founder of Secular Eclectic Academic Homeschoolers and author of The Science of Climate Change: A Hands-On Course and for the critically acclaimed R.E.A.L. Science Odyssey Series. Blair has been handcrafting the education of her non-linear thinker for over 11 years. During that time, she has learned as much about how learning happens from him as he has learned from her. Blair is a passionate advocate of innovative academics using secular materials. Through her speaking and writing, her goal is to empower homeschoolers to dare to be innovative and create something unique and academically-rich when handcrafting their child’s journey through learning. One of Blair’s ancestors was probably a hobbit, and she loves nothing more than to have people drop by and have tea, coffee, or homemade sangria while eating second breakfasts, elevenses, or tea. Blair loves to read, cook, laugh, hang out with friends, and travel.
Author and Contributor
Jason Grooms is an author, adventurer, mountain climber, husband, dad of six and grandpa of one and a half. Along with his brilliant and beautiful wife, he’s been homeschooling for almost two decades (two graduated and four close behind). When he’s not being a teacher, adventure guide, and life coach for his kids, Jason is a Director of Learning and Development for an international company by day and writes science adventure books for kids by night. He has his degree in Cultural Anthropology, is an ordained Humanist Celebrant, and is certifiably the biggest Disney nerd you will ever encounter. You can find his science books and activities at The Brainy Tourist and follow along with his mountain climbing adventures on his YouTube channel Geek on the Peak TV.
Kathryn R. Grogg, Ph.D., is a certified school psychologist in the state of Georgia. Through Grogg Educational Consulting, LLC, she provides assistance to families in making the best educational decision for children. As a doctoral level school psycholgist and former classroom teacher, she has over 20 years of experience in elementary, middle, high school, and adult remedial educational programs. In her training and career as a school psychologist, she has expertise in assessment, testing, program evaluation, and consultation. She has worked in public and charter school settings, and as an advocate for families in various settings. She is also a parent and home educator who is well-versed in designing, implementing and measuring progress in home school programs can connecting families with local, regional and national resources.
Director of Sales and Marketing
Kat Hutcheson is a regular contributor on the Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers website, social media manager, and the PR point person for the Secular, Eclectic, Academic conference. She was homeschooled by her father, a disabled veteran who wasn’t afraid to color outside the lines and inspired a lifelong love of learning. She loved homeschooling so much she couldn’t wait to homeschool her own kids. Her kids are 12 and 2. Homeschooling her 2E high school student while chasing a two year old around present a unique set of challenges and rewards, and there’s never a dull moment. She is an avid bibliophile whose kids have inherited her book addiction. She uses an eclectic mix of homeschooling styles often creating her own curriculum to meet her children’s various needs and interests. Her goal is to encourage her kids to be lifelong learners who aren’t afraid to try and fail and try again. All of which is only made possible by drinking massive amounts of her favorite drink, coffee.