Is homeschooling high school in your future – or your present? I’ve compiled 5 of my must-read articles if you’re homeschooling high school.
If you’re homeschooling now or planning to soon, you’ll want to bookmark this huge list of resources for homeschooling high school. It’s broken down into high school prep, academics, choosing curriculum, electives, graduation, getting ready for college, college entrance exams and more.
Hands-on learning is my favorite kind of learning, but it can be difficult to find age-appropriate activities for teens. That’s why I was so excited to compile this list of 100 hands-on projects for teens.
While high school is a time when teens should be expected to work independently and take ownership of their education, it can be to their detriment to set them completely adrift. Check out these tips for remaining involved with your independent learners.
Once your kids start approaching high school age, you may find yourself wondering about something that’s a pretty big deal – how do you graduate a homeschooled student? In most states, the teaching parent sets the requirements for graduation, so you can graduate your own child, issue him a diploma, and complete his high school transcript. Read the full article for all the pertinent details.
Not all high school grads are going to benefit from a college education. If your teen wants to be a doctor or lawyer, then, sure, he needs to plan on college. For other kids, some of the college alternatives featured in this article may make more sense.
That wraps up the 5 must-read articles if you’re homeschooling high school and the one bonus that I just had to include. I found it so insightful given the fact that that suggestions came from actual college professors. It’s helpful for all college-bound students, not matter where they received their education.
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