Staying at the St. George Island Christian Retreat Center-

Registration Details: 
Check in May 14th or 15th Check out May 20
Cost: $100 per family (cabin) per night.
This discounted rate includes your own cabin, which sleeps 8 (twin bunks) with two full bathrooms, and use of the entire facility.
Join us for a time of fellowship and worship music around the nightly bonfire, outdoor movie nights, and daily unit studies for the kids.
Kayaking, sand volleyball, Gaga Ball, Cornhole, Tetherball, Horseshoes, and Basketball are all available on-site.
Bayside accommodations offer amazing views, fishing, swimming, and nature explorations.
Fellowship with other Christian homeschool families, and family beach time.
If you would like to reserve your cabin, a $100 deposit will be due at the time of booking. Refundable if you cancel before December 2022. (The deposit will go towards your total booking cost.)
Families will be responsible for their own meals. There is a large commercial kitchen (fridge space, freezers, stove, grill, cookware, etc.) and cafe for on-site cooking, or enjoy many local restaurant options.
(Once registered you will have access to our private Facebook group to be the first to know about activities and schedule updates.)
Partnerships and Sponsors of Homeschool Week at St. George Island
We are expecting the cabins to fill quickly as we start sharing details about the 2nd Annual Christian Homeschool Retreat, so we have also partnered with the St. George Inn this year.
If you reserve with them during the week of May 14-20 2023 and tell them you are part of the homeschool retreat, they have a special 20% off discount for homeschool families booking with them.
(You will need to pick up your Island Homeschool Week Card from us, to receive your discount with participating local businesses.)
List of Local Sponsors
List of Activities and Speakers:
(Additional details and activities added soon.)
Nathan and Carla Ahlstrom from Redeemed Homestead.
Nathan and Carla Ahlstrom are the parents of 4 amazing kids (plus one in Heaven) who live on 9 acres of God’s amazing creation in middle Tennessee with 7 sheep, 30+ chickens, a growing Aussie Collie pup, and one pet rabbit named Chai. With over 10 years of homeschooling experience and almost as many years gardening or homesteading, our desire at Redeemed Homestead is to encourage other homeschooling families to take a leap of faith into a homesteading lifestyle as a means of discipleship and growth in Christ-likeness while becoming less dependent on the world. As 1 Thessalonians 4:11 states, we “aspire to live quietly, … to mind our own affairs, …to work with our hands… so that we may walk properly before outsiders and be dependent on no one.”
Cheyenne Lynnae of Farmhouse Book Co.
Cheyenne takes classic books, like the Swiss Family Robinson, and teaches children and families the skills found in these stories.
During the conference, she will be leading a themed workshop for the children, as well as speaking about homeschooling, alongside her mom, who has been homeschooling for 24 years.
You can learn more about the Farmhouse Book Co. on their website:
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