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Naming Your High School Courses

Some people are intimidated by grading. Some parents are scared of high school credits.  Then there are some unschool or delight-directed homeschools that really stress out about  naming classes.  It can be pretty easy when you use textbooks (look at the title of the  textbook!) but in other situations it’s not as simple.


I just got off the phone with a mother trying to name an unusual class. If you are stuck, try Google some key words from the class you are trying to name, with the words “course description.” You’ll come up with a bunch of high school and college class course descriptions that will be similar. Look for the title that best represents your class, and Voila! In this mother’s case, we decided that “Occupational Education: Restaurant Occupations” was the best name for her class.

Did you know that every Wednesday on Facebook I provide a Video Tip of the Week for homeschooling high school?  Recently I put on Facebook a video tip about Naming High School Classes.  If you are on Facebook, please check out my fan page!  You can “LIKE” my page which will allow you to grab my free mini-course called, “The 10 Essentials – What Every Homeschooler Needs to Study Before Graduation.”

Homeschool High School Tip: Naming Your High School Courses on YouTube.



If you need any extra help, you will really appreciate my Gold Care Club, as well as lots of templates and tools that will help you along.    We are currently featuring an hour long video training session on how to keep homeschool records.  You need to hurry, though.  That video training won’t be there forever!
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