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May Homeschool Calendar Reminders

Wow! We're already well into May! Can you believe it? Are you on track? Here are some calendar reminders for you to check your homeschool goals against.  

Middle School: As you plan for the first year of high school, learn what classes you should cover. Invest in yourself and take classes on how to homeschool high school. Planning High School Courses (Online Training)

Freshmen: Math matters. Have your student give you input on their math curriculum. Read High School Math Without the Moaning to help you choose your math curriculum for next year. High School Math at Home 

Sophomores: Work on your transcript and course descriptions so you don't fall behind. How to Make a Homeschool Transcript

Juniors: Your child will start on college applications in just a few months. Learn about the application process: Real Fast College Applications (Online Training)

Seniors: Get your child's homeschool high school diploma ready. Go to HomeschoolDiploma.com for ideas or to purchase.

Can you believe the end of the school-year is upon us!? When do you end your year?

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