Homeschool Cheer Info Meeting

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Lady Panthers Homeschool Cheer is a new competitive cheer team just for homeschoolers! You are invited to attend our info meeting to learn more!

This team was created by homeschooling families for homeschooling families! Only $20/month, includes a 2-hour cheer class and 1-hour tumbling/conditioning class, day time hours, local, all skill levels welcome, 4th-12th grade.

Home School Art Exhibit Reception.

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Home School Art Exhibition Reception

123 McDowell St. Matthews 28105

Saturday April 14th 5:00-7:30 PM

15th Annual Zoe Homeschool Prom

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15th Annual Zoe Homeschool Prom

Please join us at

Pine Lake Country Club

5504 Lebanon Road

Mint Hill, North Carolina 28227

Friday, April 13, 2018 from 6:30~10:30 pm

Ticket price is $50 per guest and includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, beverages, ice cream

dessert bar, DJ, and photo booth.  Formal portraits will be available for purchase.

Prom is open to all homeschool students in 9th~12th grade.  Each homeschool student may invite other 9th to 12th grade homeschooled guests and one non-homeschooled guest

(must be under 21 years of age).

The prom is a formal occasion. Modest, appropriate prom attire should be worn.

Gentlemen: Suit; tuxedo; or dress slacks, buttoned-up shirt, tie and jacket. No jeans, no t-shirts.

Ladies:  Modest formal wear; All dresses should have straps (spaghetti and clear are fine), whether worn with or without a sweater.  All necklines should cover cleavage.  The dress should not be backless or “see-through”. It should not have cut-outs or nude underlays or a bare

midriff. Entire hemlines should reach the knee and skirt slits should stop before the knee.  These standards are set for modesty and comfort, especially for the dance floor.

The dress code will be enforced.

Tickets will go on sale February 1st.

Teens may request songs from the pre-approved list provided at the prom.

Please note:

This is a chaperoned event. Mature and respectful behavior is expected.  Attendees agree to respect the

authority of all chaperones and adult supervisors. Students will not be allowed in the parking lot

before 10:15 without a chaperone.

NO tobacco, alcohol or drugs, suggestive dancing, weapons of any kind, or PDA (except for holding hands.).

For questions, please contact


{tickets are non-transferable and there are no refunds}

April 9, 2018 – Why I Still Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist

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On April 9th, the 12-week online course Why I Still Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist with Dr. Frank Turek will begin again which covers everything from Truth, Biblical Reliability and Resurrection Evidences plus so much more. We welcome high school students and older to join in.   Please join us and share this announcement with your friends.

Sock Hop: 2018 Homeschool Historical Ball

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For more information or to register: