Leaders who love learning and pay the price of greatness;
Leaders who embody a moral foundation of truth, virtue, compassion, courage, and voluntary sacrifice;
Leaders who positively impact their families and the world for good while fulfilling their personal mission.

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About

iFamily Leadership Academy is comprised of many homeschooling families in the southeast Idaho area.  Our members come from differing faiths and religious and non-religious backgrounds.  We come together one day a week to participate in Mom Schools, which are classes or clubs that a Mom, Dad, or someone else creates to share their passion with the world. We invite you to look around our site, get a feel for who we are, get educated about Leadership Education or TJEd, and fall in love with learning together as a family.

We have some lofty aspirations and are striving to fulfill our Vision and Mission. We invite you to join with us in Growing Scholars!

Meet the current Board of Directors, and take a look at our Bylaws.

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Leadership Education Basics

Thomas Jefferson Education is an education philosophy that builds leaders. It is often referred to as Leadership Education. First of all, TJEd is not really a method, in and of itself. One can use almost any method and still apply TJEd principles, which are grounded in the Seven Keys and the Phases of Learning.

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Paying the Price of Greatness

By:  Kami Harris

The iFamily Leadership Academy mission is to grow scholars:  leaders who love learning and pay the price of greatness; leaders who embody a moral foundation of truth, virtue, compassion, courage, and voluntary sacrifice; leaders who positively impact their families and the world for good while fulfilling their personal mission.

Irena Sendler was just an ordinary Polish Citizen who worked as a social services director in Warsaw.  During World War II, she, together with her underground network, rescued approximately 2,500 Jewish children out of the Warsaw Ghetto.  When she was discovered, she was taken to a prison and tortured daily in an attempt to get her to reveal the names of the children whom she had helped escape.  She remained strong.  The episodes resulted in many fractured and broken bones in her tiny 4’11’’ body.  Eventually, Irena was sentenced to execution…

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