Education

 

Choosing to homeschool high school is a huge responsibility but it doesn’t have to be as complicated as it seems.  If you are called into homeschooling high school like we were, then I believe God will pave a way for you to make it possible.  It won’t be easy, but I’m here to tell you that you can provide a customized, college-bound education for your teen …

I’m tickled to ease some anxiety so let’s get on to those hacks, shall we?!

 

Homeschool High School Hacks to Help you

Hack 1:  Read this from HSLDA to find out your state’s requirements and do it all.

Hack 2:  Check out a potential college’s homeschool admission requirements.

Hack 3:  Pray, then talk to your kid about career exploration. Then listen.

Hack 4:  Figure out your child’s learning style. Not yours. How they learn best.

Hack 5:  Make a flexible, 4-year high school plan on paper.

Hack 6:  Choose curriculum for mandatory subjects & special interests.

 

I’m sharing tips that we use daily to ensure that lessons are caught instead of taught and I hope to offer Mom-to Mom encouragement, Christian homeschool resources, transcript help, college-prep curriculum choices, free high school homeschool materials, interactive teaching tools, and anything else I can think of that has been helpful for us that could help you as well.

 

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Our community’s school system is one of the best,

so what led us to homeschooling?

 

 

Homeschool High School

 

We’ve decided to homeschool high school. Now what?

How to Make a Four-Year High School Plan

 

 

Homeschool Mom Interview!

 

Great times with Jenny from Faith and Good Works 

Interview with a Homeschool Mom

 

 

 

 

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