When did my baby grow up? A question every parent asks as they send their child off to college or as they launch them into life. As we are homeschooling high school, every parent processes the feelings of letting go differently. Whether you struggle with the process or not, you may be sad, glad, or simply relieved.
One thing homeschoolers have
Homeschool law usually isn't the same as the law covering public or private schools. Homeschooling in Washington State, for example, public school is covered in one area of the law, and homeschool law is covered in an entirely different area. It can be confusing! When researching the laws in your state, make sure you are looking at the law that applies to
When your child is working hard on studying for college admission tests, like the SAT® or ACT®, you may be accumulating enough hours to make this a class, and put it on your child's transcript. Let me provide some simple do's and don'ts for using test prep and putting it on a homeschool transcript.
Please note that as of January 2021, The College
An effective homeschool writing program for middle school and high school can be as unique as your student. There is no one-size-fits-all writing program, just as there are no cookie-cutter homeschoolers. Writing instruction doesn't always require curriculum. Sometimes you need to start gently, easing them into writing. And once your child knows how to write, you can use every day