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Noah Kutz: Teen’s Success Story Debunks Homeschool Myths
During his high school years, Noah was homeschooled in Maryland, then in Arizona. He participated in multiple varsity sports with local schools, played piano and guitar, served in student government with his co-op, volunteered for service programs, and ran his own business. Now he is a student at Arizona State University on a full-ride scholarship and is a valued employee at a local bakery.
By Chelsea Flood
Noah Kutz starts his day just like any other, with the helping of a delicious breakfast to motivate him up and out of bed and fresh duds to conquer the day. His mom starts the car and they cruise in the direction of Noah’s school. The next step is where things start to differ from the rest. Noah’s mom is dropping him off at a co-op homeschool. This is the moment in the story when most people draw their own conclusions as to Noah’s educational experience.
But wait a minute: Fast forward to a successful and active ASU student, Naval ROTC member and personable—in fact, downright magnetic—employee of Tempe’s popular Great Harvest Bakery.
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