Landry Academy Lab Intensive Giveaway

Landry AcademyLandry Academy, with both online and classroom resources, is one of the most popular homeschool resources available. I have heard nothing but good things from homeschoolers who have taken classes and lab intensives from them.

Because of our longstanding relationship with them, Landry Academy has agreed to give away Lab Intensives to FIVE families!

How to enter:

1. Please forward this information with a link to the contest page at http://www.landryacademy.com/hsm.htm to at least five other homeschooling families – please include a note telling them that you’re participating in this contest. Thanks for helping us to spread the word about this contest. You’ll receive one entry in this contest for every homeschooling family you forward this to.

Landry Academy2. On the Landry Academy website (click some of the green links at the top of the pages), find these three things:
a) The last name of one of their faculty members whose first name starts with “Jos”.
b) The dates of their two-day Physical Science Lab Intensive in Dallas, TX.
c) The name of the teacher for their “Economics” class.

3. Send email to GregL@LandryAcademy.com
– The subject line should be: HSM Intensive Contest

– In the body of the message:
=> Your first and last name (must be a parent)
=> Your town and state
=> Name and location of intensive you’d like to win.
=> State the number of homeschooling families to whom you forwarded information on this contest. You’ll receive one contest entry for each homeschooling family you forward this to.
=> State your answers to “a”, “b” and “c” from question #2 above.

For more information about the lab intensives and the official contest rules, visit www.landryacademy.com/hsm.htm.

Deadline for entry is July 30 at 11:59pm ET

Mary Ann Kelley

Mary Ann Kelley lives in Virginia with her husband and two daughters, one of whom is a homeschool graduate. Mary Ann, who has been homeschooling off and on for 14 years, believes in school choice as well as allowing children to direct their own learning with guidance and input from their parents. Her desire is to encourage parents and children to take personal responsibility for their own educational options and choices.

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