Homeschool High School: You Can Do It
Thinking about homeschooling all the way through High School? Grab this wonderful – information packed ebook today while it is free for Kindle on Amazon. Homeschool High School: You Can Do It! offers wonderful information and encouragement to families as they enter the last quarter of the homeschooling journey.
This collection of articles by veteran homeschool moms from 7SistersHomeschool.com will get you started with high school or encourage you as you go.
* planning for high school and setting goals
* creating transcripts and earning credits in subject areas
* understanding learning styles and overcoming challenges
* mastering science, math, and foreign language
* experiencing fine arts and career exploration
* wisely choosing electives
Authors Vicki Tillman, Sabrina Justison and Marilyn Groop have homeschooled their own children through high school and on to success in college and the work force. They have learned that there is NO ONE RIGHT WAY to homeschool your children…but there are principles and resources that can be a great help to any family.
This collection of articles includes practical advice, personal experiences, lists of resources from a variety of providers, and encouragement to create a plan for high school that fits your homeschool beautifully.
Don’t be intimidated at the thought of Homeschooling High School: You Can Do It!
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Darlene Ysaguirre says
My brother had so many issues in high school and my mom didnt know the first steps in trying to get him started.
I really admire it when folks do this. Thanks for the encouragement.
Brandy Myers says
I am a long ways from high-school with my boys but have a few friends who might be interested in this. Thanks!
Marie Lah says
This is a really neat article, I love it. I know that my sister wanted to do this when she was headed in to high school. She will be a sophomore this year. My mom always said no, but I think it would have been a good thing for her with everything she goes through, I think she would be better at it.