Amy Wallace is a homeschool mom of three with two brilliant homeschool graduates- yes, it can be done! Her oldest daughter is in graduate school at The Medical University of South Carolina, studying for her PhD, and her second daughter attends Anderson University, studying for the ministry. Amy is still happily homeschooling a fantastic high schooler. Amy earned a Bachelor of Science in Counseling and Guidance from the University of Louisville (Go CARDS!) and regularly applied her degree to writing Dark Chocolate Suspense—high-action suspense that delved deep into heart issues—for Random House/ Multnomah and Harvest House Publishers. Her counseling degree also comes in handy when homeschooling, speaking, and teaching numerous English and writing courses.
In her spare time, Amy loves hiking, basketball, running, reading, scrapbooking, and healthy eating. Her greatest passion is to glorify God by enjoying Him to the fullest and showing by example what it means to dream big and live a life that touches hearts and leads people into a deep relationship with Christ.
I love every aspect of teaching English: vocabulary, poetry, composition, literature, and grammar. I believe what students enjoy learning, they remember, so my classes are engaging and fun places to learn how to use words well and wisely.
English Literature, Composition, and Grammar focuses on developing well-rounded and deep thinking high school students. This course will engage students in improving grammar, vocabulary, composition, poetics, and literary analysis skills.
Writing Well with Poetry focuses on seven major poetic techniques that will enable students to improve composition skills as well as literary analysis skills in a fun and engaging mini-course.