The Beacon

A student-run newspaper for homeschoolers

The Beacon at Excelsior Classes is a student-run newspaper which helps high school homeschool students develop journalism skills as they research, write, edit and publish a monthly newspaper distributed to homeschool students and families. The newspaper content is mainly news and feature articles about faculty and students taking classes at Excelsior Classes. Above all, its purpose is to uphold Godly standards as students learn the art and craft of journalism.

Current Edition

Previous Editions

The Beacon - September 2020 Ediction

March 2022

The Beacon - September 2020 Ediction

February 2022

The Beacon - September 2020 Ediction

October 2021

The Beacon - September 2020 Ediction

December 2021

The Beacon - September 2020 Ediction

September 2021

The Beacon - September 2020 Ediction

November 2021

2020-2021 Editions

2022-2023 Staff

These homeschool students from all over are a talented group of students with a variety of skills, backgrounds and interests coming together as a team for one school year. The Beacon staffers learn to uphold the highest professional and ethical standards, while working under deadline pressure in a collaborative environment to produce a newspaper that is both glorifying to God and of benefit and interest to its readers.

Korban

Korban

Texas

Adeline

Adeline

Iowa

Akasha

Akasha

Nebraska

Georgia

Georgia

Tennessee

Clara

Clara

Ohio

Mallory

Mallory

Tennessee

Annalea

Annalea

Oklahoma

Elisa

Elisa

Maryland

Avery

Avery

California

Jade

Jade

Florida

Amanda

Amanda

New Jersey

Joelle

Joelle

Maryland

Logan

Logan

Florida

Gabriella

Gabriella

Illinois

Madelyn

Madelyn

Maryland

Christopher

Christopher

Texas

Daniel

Daniel

North Carolina

Madelyn

Madelyn

Ohio

Elizabeth

Elizabeth

North Carolina

Emilee

Emilee

Texas

Olivia

Olivia

Colorado

Phoebe

Phoebe

Georgia

Sophia

Sophia

New Jersey

Seanna

Seanna

Florida

Seth

Seth

Tennessee

Hayden

Hayden

Connecticut

Mrs. Jamie Anderson

Mrs. Jamie Anderson

Michigan