SCHEA Newsletter: February 22, 2016

God’s Not Dead 2

Official Trailer: The official trailer for God’s Not Dead 2 is here and it’s AMAZING! Stand your ground: the battle is just beginning! We can’t wait to see you in the theater April 1!
The Heart Of The Story: See the heart of the directors and producers in this behind the scenes look of God’s Not Dead 2!   The homeschool arena played a big part in the success of the first God’s Not Dead and we are extremely excited to share the second one with you. If you are interested in seeing the film, you can visit the below link to RSVP for a screening happening in your area

Landry Academy Registration

Landry  Academy Registration for 2016-17 Live-Taught Online Classes Registration is now open for our 460+ live-taught online classes for the 2016-17 homeschool year (Summer 2016, Fall 2016 & Spring 2017). Some are already FULL!  26 New Online Classes.  Of our 460+ online classes, here are 26 NEW live-taught (you can see and hear our teachers) online classes we’re offering or the coming homeschool year…You can see all of our online classes listed in our course catalog…

Chautaugua History Alive

If you like to be held spellbound, entertained, and enlightened – you’re  going to love Chautauqua History Alive. We take you on an astonishing journey into the past, where historic figures appear on stage, and you question them – no holds barred! And you, the audience, are always a part of the show. You laugh . . . you cry . . . you just flat out have a good time. Tuesday March 1 at 7:00 – 8:30pm  Amelia Earhart and Women in Aviation led by Lara Kaufmann .  Tuesday March 22 at 7:00 – 8:30pm Adventure in Mark Twain led by George Frein. Held at Hughes Main Library, downtown Greenville, 25 Heritage Green Pl, Greenville, SC 29601  Free and open to the public. 

Historic Latta Plantation Internship

Historic Latta Plantation will be looking to fill internship rolls throughout the 2016 year. Looking for candidates with a passion for history and education who work well with students. All interns will learn the basics of day to day operations within the historic site including tours, gift shop operations, special event planning, educational programming, and summer camp coordination. This is an ideal internship for someone interested in education, history, or the travel and tourism industry. We are flexible and can work with school requirements as needed. Please contact David Clay, Executive Director, for more information at 704-875-2312 ext.303 or by email at

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