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Marine Biology class
has been homeschooling for 23 years with 4 graduates (2 college graduates), two in college, and two students still at home
She has a B.A. in Spanish from the University of Florida, with graduate hours in linguistics and testing and assessment (ECU).
college career as a pre-veterinary major and has garnered many college hours enjoying science.
Growing up in south Florida, she
went to SeaCamp in the FL Keys where her
passion for marine science was ignited through snorkeling, scuba diving and the hands-on study of ocean life.
has been teaching other homeschooled students in a variety of subjects for almost her
whole homeschooling life.
Marji has studied six languages (Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Arabic) and worked at UF as a bilingual secretary to a professor in the Animal Science department, thereby fusing her interests in science and language.
teaches Spanish 1-3, French 1, elementary Spanish classes, and middle school chemistry and marine science classes to homeschoolers of all ages in the mountains of western NC.
is teaching two high school marine biology classes this current school year, as well as Spanish, Forensics (Speech), and History.
Marji is the Communications Director for Henderson County Homeschool Association, administers the Woodcock-Johnson III test to area homeschoolers, and is honored to have been included as a workshop speaker at the NCHE Homeschool Conference for several years.
One of her
joys is helping her
children and other students see the fingerprints of God in every discipline we study - science, foreign language, communication, and history, and helping them learn to use their God-given gifts and interests for His
purposes in their lives.