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Free Articles for Your Support Group

Free Articles for Your Support Group

Leaders of homeschool groups are always looking for content for newsletters, right? Why don't you share this information with your support group? They should know that I provide free articles for support groups that can be used in your homeschool community newsletter.

Here is the problem:

  • It's hard to meet the needs of all group members.
  • More homeschoolers drop out as they approach high school.
  • High school parents need the most support.
  • Few support groups have experts or veterans who can speak on high school topics.

Here is the solution:

  • My articles are free for homeschool groups.
  • The text may be reprinted without permission if used in full, including the copyright and bio below the article.
  • You just can't include the articles in a book or other publication for rent or sale.


My mission is helping parents homeschool high school and many of my resources are free. I know that it's a challenge to find quality articles that meet the needs of parents with older children, and I'm determined to help.


Find my articles about homeschooling high school HERE. Choose any article that you prefer. Use the articles you like in print or online, being sure to carefully include the biographical information at the bottom.

Easy-peasy done! And you have helped your fellow homeschoolers!

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