Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution is a feature-length documentary intended to encourage and equip homeschool families to start strong and finish well. The movie follows host, Yvette Hampton as she travels the country with her family talking with education experts, curriculum developers, college and university faculty and administrators, and homeschooling families at every stage in the process, from kindergarten to college graduation and beyond. As viewers follow Yvette on this journey and share in her challenges and victories as a homeschool mom, they will gather the necessary resources and encouragement to homeschool their own children with excellence. Featuring: Sam Sorbo, Ken Ham. Heidi St. John, and Sarah Mackenzie
“Schoolhouse Rocked” will rock your educational world to the foundations and give you and your kids great hope for the future! The old-school paradigm has proven broken and a new way of learning is here. Don’t miss this important film!” – Kirk Cameron
"They are a thousand homeschool stereotypes, and even some family members may be opposed to homeschooling. But Schoolhouse Rocked helps debunk stereotypes and explains how important and fun it can be. The Hampton’s cover a wide range of questions from socialization to the role of a parent, biblical discipleship, and so much more. One of my favorite aspects of the film is [host] Yvette Hampton. As a homeschool mom, she not only showcases the amazing aspects of homeschooling but also relates to other moms in the same situation. This family-friendly film will even open the eyes of young homeschoolers to understand how blessed they are to be Homeschooled. Check it out!"
”Hopeful, eye-opening film - Offering a uniquely personal and in-depth look at the rise of the homeschooling movement, married filmmakers Garritt Hampton (Interstellar, Furious 7, The Twilight Saga: New Moon) and Yvette Hampton (Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast) have released an illuminating and authoritative new documentary titled Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution. 'We said we would never do this homeschool thing but only because we didn’t really understand it,' says Yvette at the beginning of the film. 'We had all the reasons why not to homeschool: Our children would be socially awkward; they won’t be well-educated. We were not trained as educators and we could not give them everything they needed.' Having conquered those anxieties, Yvette and Garritt set out to dispel these common homeschooling myths in their documentary. This goal, without a doubt, was achieved."
"It’s nice to see a documentary like this one come along, one that is inspirational and unashamedly Christian, showing firsthand the benefits of homeschooling for those who dare to do it.. This documentary shows the power and difference parents can make in their own kids’ lives if they choose to homeschool them."
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