'Renovation Island': Sarah and Bryan Baeumler reveal their plans for their children's education
Sarah and Bryan scrapped their initial plan of homeschooling their children and decide on enrolling their kids at a school
The Baeumlers made a bold decision to uproot their family from Canada and move to the Bahamas, to take on their ambitious project of renovating an old, rundown resort. While Sarah and Bryan Baeumler are focussed on renovating and redesigning the abandoned resort into a tourist hotspot, their four children have been busy running around and enjoying all the lush experience the sunny island has to offer.
In case you're wondering but what about their education, then here is your answer. When the family decided on moving they planned on homeschooling their kids. But after moving to the island, and struggling to juggle between homeschooling the kids and overseeing the renovation project, Sarah and Bryan decided to make some major changes to their initial plans.
In the sneak-peek clip for the upcoming episode, we see Sarah revealing the family's plan on how to ensure that their kids' education isn't affected by their move to the Bahamas. Sarah explains how it had become almost impossible for the adults to ensure the safety of kids on the resort due to the extensive construction work that was going on. So, they decided to enroll the younger three kids into a local school. She also reveals that the children were homeschooled for quite a few months, but it was becoming increasingly difficult to teach them.
While their oldest son was enrolled in a boarding school to ensure that he got his high school experience, Sarah reassures herself by pointing out that the school wasn't very far away from the island. She reveals that it is just 20 minutes away by flight. While we will miss seeing the kids running around and basking on the sunny beaches, we are thrilled about the new adventures and experiences that await them.
'Renovation Island' follows Sarah and Bryan Baeumler, who purchased an old, rundown resort in a remote island on the Bahamas, with the hopes of renovating it into a tourist hotspot. The show documents their renovation adventures and how they overcome each of the obstacles that come in the way of renovating a huge space.
'Renovation Island' airs every Sunday at 8 pm only on HGTV.