Unschooling seemed to happen organically as I was growing up.
I read The Teenage Liberation Handbook at 13, and I lobbied my parents to unschool.
My homeschool/unschool upbringing allowed me to retain my love of learning.
I’ve worked professionally as a game designer since I was 13.
The year I found Not Back to School Camp was a golden year for me.
Being unschooled gave me the confidence I needed to create my own business.
As an alternative rock musician, there wasn’t much to gain from going to college.
I was more interested in workplace projects than in academic assignments.
At eighteen I started fire academy, having finally found my passion.
I was most passionate about theater, music, and dance.