Thanks for visiting The Old Schoolhouse®. TOS has been around since 2001 and began as a small quarterly print magazine. Now it is a thick (120 pages) quarterly print magazine found in stores like Walmart, Target, Barnes & Noble, Kroger Grocery Store, and Books A Million. It’s also available in a quarterly digital format found online and in app readers such as Apple, Android, Kindle Fire, and the Nook. Please come read the current issue here: www.TOSMagazine.com or download the free app: www.TOSApps.com.
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Paul and Gena Suarez of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine have seven children ranging in age from 30 years old to 7 years old (four boys, three girls!). Paul and Gena feel strongly that a child does best when taught by his parents and siblings, allowing that child to grow up in a secure, loving environment where the child’s best interest truly is the goal.
Back in 2001, the magazine was just a dream. It started off as a homeschooling newsletter—an online one at that. But first it was an eBay store. The Old Schoolhouse® was without trademark at the time, and was just the bookstore name of our family’s eBay store. Don’t get us wrong; the store was doing great! We loved the name and had picked it out carefully. We loved the feel of old times past, the Little House On the Prairie era. And our online eBay store was full of books, including ones from the ’60s, ’70s, and even before. Mostly though, it was homeschooling curriculum. We were homeschooling at the time (and still are!), and it was a natural flow to sell homeschool-related items in the bookstore. We loved collecting curriculum! So off to yard sales we’d go. Off to thrift shops, kids in tow… (keep reading)
So thrilled that I now have my favorite magazine everywhere I go with my smart phone. I love the flexibility of using those previously wasted minutes to help me build up my faith and sharpen my home educator skills. Thanks TOS for being at the leading edge of technology once again!Malia M. Russell, Director www.homemaking911.com
Once again, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is leading the pack, this time by going digital and creating an App for Droid. I just finished reviewing the most recent issue and it works beautifully. Now I actually have something worth reading on my phone.Joaquin Fernandez, Producer of IndoctriNation the Movie –http://indoctrinationmovie.com/