"My son spends his remaining school day working on film projects. He had already won two contests. I took him to the San Antonio Christian film festival academy a few Weeks back. I have no clue what all this counts as or what to call it. Lastly, we volunteer every week accompanying a senior adult choir on our instruments. We already take choir so we have that credit. We are called a band by our director. You are kind to help. I should have asked sooner but I figured no one could relate to our crazy but wonderful lifestyle." ~ Bari
We are living in uncertain times - especially when it comes to homeschooling high school. There are public and private schools that are undecided about how to do school, which is leaving families in limbo about the education of their children.
If you are considering homeschooling high school, or maybe already are homeschooling high school, and need guidance on how to
Dealing with learning challenges is difficult, but in high school, it can become seriously concerning. You don't have to be afraid! A parent is a successful homeschooler if their child is performing to the best of their ability. It's an emotional struggle, best understood by other parents who have faced the challenge of special needs students.
Do you find yourself fretting over the unavoidable task of making a homeschool transcript for your high school student? What seems like a daunting task can be done in a way that highlights your child's unique qualities.
Families have a lot in common, but every family is unique, and every child is unique in the classes they take. You can
Many parents ask, "What is the difference between history and social studies?" or "Are social studies and history the same thing?" Those are good questions when it comes to talking about high school history.
" Social studies " and "history" may be interchangeable terms for some colleges. You may have noticed that some college websites require four years of social studies while others