Are you thinking about Planning High School Courses? It's that time of year when people start looking ahead to the following school year. Is that you?
As a homeschool parent, you know how to educate your children best. You use what you know about your students and their learning styles, and make sure to cover a wide range of academic areas. But when it comes to homeschooling high school, sometimes parents become paralyzed over how to choose courses-what are the subjects that colleges want to see on a high school transcript? How many credits are necessary? How do you teach upper level math when you're not a math major?!
Learn the keys for planning in each subject area, including English, math, social studies, science, foreign language, physical education, fine art, and electives. Read the following article to get guidelines that will help you plan your high school courses and prepare your student for successful college admittance, without changing the way you homeschool! Read "Planning High School Courses".
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Homeschoolers, and families that are forced homeschoolers, are faced with canceled college admission tests and colleges have closed their campuses and canceled college visits. Colleges are struggling to adapt the normal application process