About Me

Jeannie Fulbright is a certified Christian Life Coach and a mother of four with a love for God’s Word, her family, homeschooling and encouraging parents and teens to pursue their calling with passion and purpose. Of her four children, only one remains at home. Her oldest daughter graduated from homeschooling in 2012, attended the University of Georgia on scholarship and graduated from UGA Magna Cum Laude. Jeannie's sons are students at Georgia Southern University and her youngest is in high school.


Jeannie earned her Bachelors of Arts from the University of Texas and is finishing her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Fairfield University. She and her husband Jeff, a practicing lawyer, lived in Texas and California before settling in Georgia. Jeannie began speaking and writing in college as a sportscaster for the University of Texas radio and a headline writer with the Daily Texan. Since then, she has focused on building up the Christian community through teaching marriage classes with her husband and writing Bible studies. For years Jeannie has enriched and ministered to the homeschool community through speaking at conventions, blogging, writing articles for various publications and authoring a best-selling elementary science series.


After her homeschool journey began, Jeannie discerned an immense need for Creation-based, scientifically sound, engaging and easy-to-use science curricula. Her background in science at the University of Texas, as well as her writing experience, inspired her to create the Apologia Young Explorer courses. To make the homeschool journey even easier, Jeannie has recorded audios for almost all of her textbooks. Currently, she is creating College Yes U, a series of books to help students not only navigate high school and the tricky college admissions process, but to succeed in college once they've landed on campus. In her limited spare time, Jeannie dabbles in fiction, penning novels in several genres.


Jeannie Fulbright

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Apologia Science, Homeschooling

Apologia Science Audio Books

We all know that homeschooling is harder on some days than on others. When tears are flowing and the kids are slow as molasses, just getting through the three R’s can be a huge feat. We find ourselves letting everything else slide—you know, like science and history, or art and literature. It’s okay. It happens… Continue reading Apologia Science Audio Books


How to Homeschool Part 3: What Do I Teach and When?

Wondering how to homeschool? Just starting out and not sure where to begin? You’re not alone! For me, the hardest part was figuring out exactly what I needed to teach my child. What subjects were required for a homeschool education? What year should I teach each subject? Well, I found out it’s a lot simpler… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 3: What Do I Teach and When?


How to Homeschool Part 2: Homeschool Methods

There are various homeschool methods and philosophies people use when educating their children. Some choose one and follow it all the way through, while others mix and match depending on what they want to accomplish. Still, some homeschoolers begin with one then change their methodologies as the years wear on and they begin to understand… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 2: Homeschool Methods


How to Homeschool Part 1: Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Homeschool

The thought of homeschooling can seem overwhelming at first. But like everything, if you take it one day at a time, you’ll find the reward far outweighs the sacrifice. In fact, you’ll discover homeschooling was not a sacrifice at all, but an investment. An investment in your family, your children’s character, and your life.   Is it… Continue reading How to Homeschool Part 1: Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Homeschool

College Prep, Homeschooling

College Prep: Portfolios

Years ago, when homeschooling was new, colleges required personal interviews and thick portfolios outlining every detail of the homeschooled student’s high school coursework and experiences. Now that homeschooling is more mainstream, portfolios are no longer requested or required. However, in this post, College Prep: Portfolios, I’ll explain why they are still a good idea. Here are… Continue reading College Prep: Portfolios

College Prep, Homeschooling

College Prep: 9 Ways to Stand Out in College Admissions

In the last blog, we talked about depth—not breadth—when pursuing extra curricular activities. In this one, College Prep: Standing Out, we’re going to talk about ways to get noticed in college admissions. Commitment, leadership, and long-term involvement are what colleges like to see. Homeschooled students have the rare opportunity to become experts in the fields… Continue reading College Prep: 9 Ways to Stand Out in College Admissions

Homeschooling, Inspiration

Encouraging Success in Your Children

I often speak and write about nurturing our children’s gifts, talents, and passions—about encouraging their success. Homeschooling offers the unique opportunity to tailor our children’s education to their own personal bents. We don’t have to follow the standard scope and sequence designed for a typical student. The cookie-cutter mentality is often why students leave high… Continue reading Encouraging Success in Your Children


Believing God’s Word for our Children

As homeschool moms, believing God’s Word for our children is paramount. Being our children’s primary educator can fill us with fear and trepidation. The enormity of this responsibility overwhelms even the most faithful homeschool mom. Yet we need not fear, for God’s Word promises great and wonderful things for our children. The question we must… Continue reading Believing God’s Word for our Children