I have never come up with a name for our homeschool because nothing has ever seemed suitable and the need hasn’t really been pressing. I have never made an effort toward creating a motto or vision statement or anything like that either. And I’ve never been good at coming up with a "theme scripture". Last night, though, as I was deciding on verses for my oldest to work on memorizing, I was out at the SimplyCharlotteMason website and saw Ephesians 2:8-10 listed as a verse to go along with the "I am" portion of Charlotte Mason’s school motto: "I am, I can, I ought, I will." Part of that passage, verse 10, is a verse that forms the basis for my training of my children and has for a long time. (I think I actually originally began using that verse with the kids after finding a reference to it in a book called Parenting with Scripture.)
"For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do."
I sometimes quote that verse when talking with my kids, reminding them that they have work to do in this life, work that was chosen specifically for them before they were ever born. When I pray with them at night, I often pray that God would help them prepare for this work and recognize it at the right time. When we talk about why we school, we talk in terms of how our learning helps to prepare us for life and the work that we will do when it’s time. So as it happens, I think we’ve had our "theme verse" for awhile without even knowing it!