N.A.N.A. School Lemon-Aid Scholarship Fundraiser
GIVE aid to children successfully achieving education at home. Here's how! Become a collector and supporter of their first-ever digital art NFTs designed and developed by kindergartners in N.A.N.A. (Necessary Academics for Next-level Achievement) School. You will be an official education Lemon-Aid!
Click below to see the collection of Lemon-AID E-lemonators NFTs on OpenSea.io or make a donation.
Lemon-aid E-lemonators NFT Launch on August 20, 2022
In the MEC N.A.N.A. School program, the educational focus is PreK-3 small-group instruction and parental support for the homeschool learning process. Students receive online innovative instruction, both digital and non-digital, that encourages the use of their computer technology skills, motor skills, and imagination. This collection of NFTs is one of two digital art projects our kindergarten students completed. Parents minted these on OpenSea as part of their summer fundraiser for homeschool scholarships
Pictured here are E-lemonators in the NFT collection, Lemon-aid E-lemonators. These young scholars are becoming the guardians of our global future. Within them lies the ability to eliminate world problems like global warming, toxic air, water shortages, cancers, and hunger. Let no one undervalue their youth; it is their superpower.
The Facts About Homeschooling
Research shows that the academic performance of homeschool students outpace that of students in traditional institutions. Here are just some of the data:
The home-educated typically score 15 to 30 percentile points above public-school students on standardized academic achievement tests.
78% of peer-reviewed studies on academic achievement show homeschool students perform statistically significantly better than those in institutional schools (Ray, 2017).
Homeschool students score above average on achievement tests regardless of their parents’ level of formal education or their family’s household income.
Home-educated students typically score above average on the SAT and ACT tests that colleges consider for admissions.
Homeschool students are increasingly being actively recruited by colleges. (Ray, 2022)
The MEC N.A.N.A. School program is an online homeschool program for parents seeking an advanced, innovative, and customized approach to educating their children. This fundraiser is presented in partnership with the All Things Common Foundation; a 501c3 non-profit organization with a goal of increasing the access to quality education for our youth. Your donations and 80% of your purchases are tax-deductible. All proceeds from this fundraiser will be awarded to NANA School students' tuition, books, and educational supplies.
Ray, B. D. (2022, March 26). Research Facts on Homeschooling. Retrieved from National Home Education Research Institute: