Homeschooling High School: Born That Way, Stay That Way, Succeed That Way!

Homeschooling High School: Born That Way, Stay That Way, Succeed That Way!
As parents, our job is to take the child we are given, and shape and mold them into the adults they are meant to be. Carol has finished homeschooling her oldest child, and she provides a wonderful example for others. You can't change who your child is, but you can make sure they are happy and successful!My son, CJ is graduating from our homeschool high school this week! Wanting to be an encouragement to other younger...
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Teach Teens to Sleep

Teach Teens to Sleep
Once upon a time, I relied heavily on the book, Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems by Richard Ferber. I had to actually teach my babies to sleep through the night.  Then, in the blink of an eye it seems, the babies have become teenagers.  You would think that teenagers would be capable of sleeping through the night.  Often, though, it seems like they were only capable of sleeping through the day! It's important to teach your...
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Guest — Lee
Sorry, Joelle! Try to choose a quieter dorm, and ask for a quieter roommate Blessings, Lee... Read More
Monday, 06 June 2011 18:58
Guest — J W
Great ideas - now how do you teach your teens to sleep in spite of noise? The only thing I hated about college was there was only... Read More
Sunday, 05 June 2011 22:22
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Common Homeschool Question - What Grade Am I In?

Common Homeschool Question - What Grade Am I In?
For homeschoolers during the elementary years, it can be difficult to answer the question "What grade are your children in?"  They may be doing 5th grade level in math, 3rd grade level in reading, and 2nd grade level in writing.  What grade are you supposed to choose, anyway?  Well, the problem is the same in high school. It's really difficult to decide what grade they should be!  In this question from Eileen, you can see how...
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Guest — Ann
My son did a "five-year plan" high school, also, and we got around it by listing his courses under "Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, S... Read More
Monday, 30 May 2011 18:54
Guest — Lee
Very true, Laura! If you arrange your transcript by subject, instead of by year, you can avoid listing the grade they took each c... Read More
Monday, 30 May 2011 14:34
Guest — Laura Stein
Keep in mind that your transcript doesn't have to have "grade levels" on it either. My oldest was accepted at all the colleges she... Read More
Monday, 30 May 2011 12:05
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Teen Wants to go to Public School

Teen Wants to go to Public School
There are certainly some challenging things that can happen to homeschoolers.  One of the biggest challenges is a child that wants to go to public school.  Nobody will have the answer for you, and nobody can solve this problem.  It's something you just have to work through - and pray over.  If you are in the midst of the struggle, I can consult with you on the phone if you are a Gold Care Club member....
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