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July Gold Care Club Update

New this month in the Gold Care Club update ...  

How To Training Courses

Quick Start: Planning High School Courses
Beginner: Preparing to Homeschool High School - Live Convention Part 3/3
Intermediate: Senior Year Step-by-Step
Advanced: College Application Essays
Encouragement: Finding the Faith to Homeschool High School

Members Only Webinar

High School English in Plain English
(Available July 20–August 19)

High School English is a huge topic. You don't have to feel guilty about what you don't cover, however. Your job is to identify the elements of high school English that will suit your homeschool and your student's goals! In this class you will learn:
  • what are the options
  • what is required for graduation and for college
  • how to teach reading and writing
  • how to figure out credits and grades
Teaching high school English is essential to producing a well-rounded student. Let me show you how to do it without overwhelming yourself or your child.

Login to the member page today to find the registration link.

Additional Monthly Benefits

Course Description: Bible
Schedule of the Month: Meal Planner
Resource Pack: Planning High School Courses
Ebook of the Month: Junior Year is the Key to Homeschool Success
The HomeScholar Library: All my latest articles from around the internet

Did You Know?

You are able to manage your subscriptions, update your credit cards, and pay outstanding invoices at any time simply by logging into the Members' Area of the website. When you hover over the Members' Area tab, you can click on "Manage Your Membership." Then simply follow the links for action you want to take.

As always, feel free to email us at Support@HomeHighSchoolHelp.com if you need help!

Ready to have your personal consultation?

Taking your consultation is easy! Call-in consultation time is every Wednesday, from 9 AM to 3 PM (Pacific Time). There is no need to make an appointment. Simply call. If I don't answer, please leave me a voicemail - that essentially "saves your place" in line. I will call you back as soon as possible. If you prefer, you may have an email consultation Monday through Friday. I am often too busy with phone consultations to check my email on Wednesdays, however. Please, do not call me while you are driving. I have a policy of no consultations when driving, whether you are on a "hands-free" device or not.

Already a member? Login to take these classes soon, before you forget! Take advantage of these resources between now and the 19th of August. Fresh resources will be available August 20th!

Not a member of the Gold Care Club? It's easy to sign up! Join The HomeScholar Gold Care Club. On the 20th of every month I update the content of the Gold Care Club. I offer current, fresh, helpful information for homeschooling parents at every stage.

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