Let's talk about real feelings. How do you feel when you think about homeschooling high school? Do any of these words sound familiar?
freaked out - terrified - hyperventilating - procrastinating - confused - stressed - overwhelmed - immobilized with fear - panicky - ready to run - obsessed - worried - lost hope.
If any of these words describe what you are feeling, I have a perfect free class just for you! Stephanie recently took my free class, How to Avoid the 5 Mistakes Parents Make Homeschooling High School.
"I seriously thank you both as you have made all the difference for our son. I was prepared to send him away next year for high school because I had lost hope, was so scared and my vision had become cloudy. But I have praising God that I found your site a few days ago and now I know I can do this." ~ Stephanie in PA
Thinking about homeschooling high school can make you feel uncomfortable. But what you really need is some down-to-earth advice. High school is not really terrifying. It's just a new beginning.
Take a continuing education class for your important vocation as a homeschool parent. This one step can make the difference. If these are your feelings today, this is the class that will help the most.
Relax! This is NOT scary! You can do this! I promise you will feel better after taking this free class! Just grab an iced drink, sit back and relax. Take in the information. Breathe in... Breathe out.... You've got this!
Know that you will WIN this battle over fear and become a confident parent of your homeschooled teen! Learn how to begin high school, so you won't panic and feel like throwing in the towel.
The difference between success and failure is continuing education.
If you're like me, you have seen a lot of headlines recently about how homeschool students have dominated national spelling and geography bees and have been awarded the best scholarships
Homeschooling high school is a challenge. College prep is an additional challenge on top of that. Many parents struggle because they don't know HOW to create a high school plan