Jeremy Stuart’s documentary, “Class Dismissed“, premiers in Los Angeles on October 15th and will continue with select screenings across the country. The movie takes a fresh look at what it means to be educated in the 21st century and explores the rapidly growing movement of parents providing an education outside the traditional classroom setting. Class Dismissed follows a new-to-homeschool family over a two year period, and documents how the family dynamics change and where their non-traditional education takes them. You can visit the official website at www.ClassDismissedMovie.com for more information about the film and future screenings.
In Jeremy’s interview, he explains how you take your homeschooling from ordinary to extraordinary by tailoring the experiences to your family’s needs and wants—as there are as many ways to homeschool as there are people doing it.
Jeremy has been involved in the television and film industry for over 20 years, and has worked on hundreds of music videos, commercials, and corporate projects, as well as award winning documentaries and short films. His clients have included Lucasfilm, National Geographic Channel, Smithsonian Channel, Yamaha, Virgin America, Sony Playstation, Dave Matthews Band, Acura and Peoplesoft. You can see more of Jeremy’s work on his personal website: www.jeremystuart.com.