What do you do when an application asks if you have a high school diploma "recognized by the state you live in"? I'm so honest....don't know what to say or do. I registered with a school that will award a "private school" diploma. Sounded good, but I'm being boxed in. Dual enrollment articulation agreement is great, but I can't put correct course descriptions on the transcript because they aren't available as options. Having a school help with National Merit sounds great (I have two who might make it), but will their "counselor" recommendation be thoughtful and targeted to my child????? Looking forward to the comprehensive record product!!!!! yeah!!
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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
Teaching homeschool high school literature is often a challenge for parents. It can be intimidating given that there are so many different kinds of literature and so many different ways to teach literature, not to mention getting your child to learn to love a good piece of literature. Join me below and we'll walk through the ins-and-outs of high school
Visiting colleges is an important step in determining where your child will apply. It shows colleges that you are interested in coming to their school. With college visits, you'll want to have prepared some questions in advance that will give you information you can't find online or in their view-books. Ask open-ended questions to, hopefully, engage in meaningful conversation.