You Can Homeschool
HomeLink is a faith-based online Christian Homeschool program that was established in 2003. It was designed to assist homeschooling families by providing core, elective, college credit classes to empower homeschooling families. Because we understand students learn at different rates and have varying interests, HomeLink Online offers classes that are `a la carte allowing you to choose the classes that fit your homeschool needs! Click here to read our Statement of Faith and scroll to the bottom of this page to read how our program works.
Pamela Smith has directed the program for six years. As a veteran Homeschool mother, she has graduated two out of four of her children who are thriving in their careers and in college. In addition to Homeschooling, Mrs. Smith has a deep love for Christ and she received a vision from the Lord ten years ago to direct a Homeschool Program. She believes the Lord will use Homeschoolers to change the nation. Mrs. Smith is also a nurse who has owned a healthcare business for over 14 years. She truly enjoys empowering homeschooling families and she takes great pride in making sure HomeLink Online operates in excellence. For questions, concerns, or a personal consultation please email Mrs. Smith at
Justin Archer, B.A. Biology
High School Biology Plus Lab
Justin Archer is a previous k-12 homeschooler who graduated in 2019 from Palm Beach Atlantic University with a B.S. in Biology with a concentration in Molecular Biology. During his college education, Justin interned at The Scripps Research Institute in Jupiter, FL, and tutored undergraduate biology courses at his university.
Justin has a passion for education, especially in the sciences. He enjoys learning and teaching others about God’s magnificent creation while pointing them to Christ, the one for whom the universe exists. As a life-long learner, Justin enjoys educating himself in the fields of biology, chemistry, engineering, theoretical physics, philosophy, and theology.
Justin is entering his second year teaching at HomeLink and is currently pursuing a Masters of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Education through Grand Canyon University’s online program.
Professor Robbin Brent, M.A. Psychology
General Psychology College Credit Course
Life Span & Development College Credit Course
I was born in Syracuse, NY, and always had the desire to teach. I attended Cazenovia College, in Cazenovia, NY, and received my Associates's degree in Special Education and Human Services in 1982. In 1991 I had a tragic automobile accident that left me paralyzed and my desire to teach remained within my soul. With two small children, it was difficult to go back to school. Once my sons completed high school, I went back to college in 2008 and obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2012 from
South University. I continued my education and in 2015 I graduated with my Master’s degree in Psychology/ Mental Health Counseling from Palm Beach Atlantic University. My career choice was to become a Professor of Psychology, I find the human mind so fascinating. I love teaching and developing a lifetime bond with my students. It is truly a wonderful delight to watch my student grow and prepare.
Middle & High School Spanish
I am pleased to be your child’s Spanish teacher this year. I am a native of Perú, and I am very proud to teach my language and my culture to your child. I studied special education in Lima, Perú, and have taught Spanish for over 10 years. I am also an editor and writer. I believe in the importance of exposing children to a multicultural learning environment, in addition to having fun while learning a new language. I am so passionate about teaching. I have developed lessons for kindergarten through high school. What I enjoy most is to teach Spanish and engage with my students through dynamic lessons, and sharing with them the beauty of the Spanish speaking cultures. It would be a great honor to be your child’s Spanish teacher!
Symantha Raley, B.A. Spanish & Economics
Art, Elementary Science & Math, Middle School History
Symantha Raley graduated from Gettysburg College in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and a minor in Economics. During their 16 years of marriage, Symantha and her husband, Adrian, fostered more than 12 children before adopting their son and daughter. Both children have been homeschooled for many years while Symantha taught Art, History, and Writing in cooperative environments before joining Homelink four years ago. Her son is completed his first year of college.
Reginald Smith, B.A. Accounting & Business
High School Economics, Consumer Math
Reginald Smith graduated with honors with a degree in Accounting and Business from Florida Atlantic University. He and his wife have homeschooled their four children for over a decade. In addition to teaching classes at HomeLink, Mr. Smith is the CFO of several companies. For over a decade, he has enjoyed teaching students, companies, and churches about economics and financial freedom.
James Sturgis, M.A. Engineering & Chemistry, Juris Doctor in Law
Chemistry, Physical Science, Pre-Calculus, Speech, Physics, Engineering, and High School Math
James Sturgis has four degrees from the University of Florida: Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Masters in Engineering, and Juris Doctor in Law. Prior to teaching, his professional career included transportation engineering, product liability attorney, and project manager on water resource and environmental restoration design and construction projects. James and his wife homeschooled their four children K-12 for over 20 years. James was active in supporting homeschoolers by leading a teenage speech club and as a board member for a local Homeschool organization.
For the last eight years, James taught high school at a local Christian school. James wants to continue teaching part-time because of the joy of studying and teaching about God’s creation. James’ goal is to help students love learning: digging deep into how things work, thinking critically and creatively, and developing problem-solving skills. This is his second year teaching at HomeLink.
Professor Nicole Allen, M.A. in English Literature, B.A. in Music Education
English Composition I & II College Credit Courses
High School English I & II
A former K-12 homeschool student, Mrs. Allen has been pursuing her passion for teaching since she was a teenager. She strongly believes in the benefits of an academically challenging, socially fulfilling, christ-centered homeschool experience. Mrs. Allen graduated with honors from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and graduated in 2017 from Florida Atlantic University with a Master of Arts in English Literature.
Mrs. Allen currently teaches English and History courses at PBAU as an adjunct professor. She works as a writing consultant for students, faculty, and community members at FAU and regularly mentors college and high school students. Mrs. Allen has maintained her private piano studio for 14 years and also serves as a piano, voice, and flute instructor at Creative Arts Academy in Lake Worth. She plays piano and volunteers at her church.
Raven Smith, Communications & Theater Major
Raven Smith has been homeschooled since third grade and enjoys working with Homeschooled students. She finished high school at the age of 16 and is currently in college studying communications & theatre. Raven has been the assistant Drama director for the last three years at Homeschool Theatre Company Productions. She looks forward to working with students online.
Lori Watterson, B.A. in English Language & Literature
Elementary & Middle School Writing & Grammar
Lori Watterson graduated from Yale University in 1981 with a B.A. in English Language and Literature. She's a homeschooling mom who taught her son to read while he was a preschooler. Jude entered school in the 98th percentile of readers and is now a homeschooled 10th grader.
Lori has taught IEW English, Grammar, and Literature courses at HomeLink for five years. Lori has a passion for music and served as the Music Director at her church for many years. On Sunday mornings, you will find her seated behind the piano worshipping the Lord with her church family.
Angelica Karas Pelletier, M. A. Engineering
Angelica Karas Pelletier holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Materials Engineering from Rutgers, The State University of NJ. She worked as a research engineer in Boston, MA where she was awarded several patents in material processing techniques and formulations, then left the field to raise her four children. She is a certified math teacher at Boca Raton Christian High School and a Dual Enrollment Instructor for Palm Beach Atlantic University since 2013. She was previously an adjunct for Palm Beach State College. She has been teaching mathematics since 1993 to students ranging in age from middle school through college. She has a passion for teaching and seeks to convey math as the language of our Creator enabling us to explain the beauty and order of His Creation. She lives in Delray Beach. She seeks to bring glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through teaching and is humbled and honored to be a part of the HomeLinkEducation team.
How our online program works
Live Instructor-led classes meet one to two times a week on the same day and time each week. Year-long classes meet for 32-weeks and semester course meet for 16 weeks. Students will be taught new material each week and will be given at-home assignments to complete on the other days. All assignments and grades will be posted in Google Classroom. Parents are required to purchase the textbook for the class. Most textbooks can be brought used at a low price on Amazon or FaceBook Used Curriculum group pages. They can also be purchased brand new at Christianbook.com, RainbowResource.com, or other websites.