Concerned for the future of your children? Think you can’t home school because you work full time? Frustrated with your child’s school professionals? Anxious about schoolyard bullies? Too scared to even consider home schooling your children? CWBC members join us for a special event with Mrs. Sam Sorbo as she interacts with actual homeschooling mothers who are members of our Facebook Group. This dynamic actress and former international model, answers all of these questions and more. This is an exclusive opportunity to learn from a mom who has been there and has written the book.
For most of us, learning began as the uncomfortable process of sitting in classrooms with teachers thrusting information at us, giving us tests, and often wasting our time. There were class clowns, bullies, teacher’s pets, popular kids, and the kids no one wanted to be around. For some, their fondest memories of school are the social experiences, and for others, those are the most heart breaking. Should school be mainly about the social, though? And what if the current method simply isn’t as successful as we expect?
Sam Sorbo hosts the nationally syndicated Sam Sorbo Show, weekdays. After high school in Pittsburgh, PA, Sam (Jenkins) Sorbo studied biomedical engineering at Duke University before pursuing a career in modeling. Modeling offered the opportunity to travel and learn languages; she is fluent in five. Sam moved to Los Angeles for acting, where dedication and perseverance gained her roles in several films, including "Bonfire of the Vanities" and "Twenty Bucks," and TV shows, including "Chicago Hope" and "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys." As Guest Star on "Hercules" she met Kevin Sorbo, who swept her off her feet. They married in 1998 and she moved to New Zealand. While living in Auckland, Sam created and published a humorous and educational photo-book, "Gizmoe: The Legendary Journeys, Auckland." Her second book, with Marius Forté, is "The Answer: Proof of God in Heaven." In addition to her radio show, Sam continues to perform in movies: "Hope Bridge," "Storm Rider," and for her role in "Just Let Go" she won Best Supporting Actress from the Utah Film Awards. In 2016 Sam created "Miracle Man," a television show produced by NBC and Sony. The Sorbos recently launched "Let there Be Light" and are currently in production on several other films. They home school their three children.