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Do You Love Homeschooling? Or Need a Support Group?

Do You Love Homeschooling? Or Need a Support Group?
Do You Love Homeschooling? February can be a difficult month to homeschool. Dark and dreary, we often long for freedom - and maybe a bubble bath. Listen, if things are going really badly right now, consider making a change. You can have more fun, lighten up, and learn more about homeschooling high school through a support group so it becomes easier for you!If you don't have a meaningful support group that meets your needs, or if you...
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The HomeScholar is in the Top 100!

The HomeScholar is in the Top 100!
It’s always great when someone says something nice about you, isn’t it?!  I was thrilled when Homeschool.com recently namedThe HomeScholar website as one of their Top 100 Educational Websites for 2013!  What an honor!  I even get to use their Top 100 Seal on my blog!  Homeschool.com is having a February Freebie event, and I have contributed some prizes and giveaways.  Why don't you check it out? Freebie February DealsEvery year, Homeschool.com asks their product testers to send them a list of their...
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Homeschool Convention Envy Solution

Homeschool Convention Envy Solution
Why can't there be any good conferences near ME? There are!  No matter WHERE you live!   If you are longing for a good conference about junior high and high school issues, I have great news!  Did you know that is what my Gold Care Club is all about?  When I go to conventions and support groups, my husband films me speaking.  He puts all of those speeches on the Gold Care Club website.   There are...
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Where to Find a Homeschool Support Group

Where to Find a Homeschool Support Group
Are you looking for a homeschool support group?  I'm located in Seattle Washington, so I'm not familiar with every local support groups, but you can find some support groups listed here: Homeschool.com (General), A to Z (General) and HSLDA (Christian) You can sign up for our free monthly newsletter here.
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Should I Start Homeschooling?

Should I Start Homeschooling?
Where to start?  If you are just beginning to homeschool high school, where do you even begin??  I have a video called "Preparing to Homeschool High School" that is just perfect for beginners.  It's a three DVD set that will talk you through the basics.  Intended for parents that have a 7th, 8th, 9th, or 10th grade student, it can help parents who are looking at high school and don't know what to do about it. ...
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Homeschool Transcript Not Necessary?

Homeschool Transcript Not Necessary?
Lee,finished the entire ebook, and I LOVED IT!!!  Thank you so, so much for all that you are doing.  I have needed support like you offer for a number of years now.  Most people I know are just putting their kids in high school because the task is overwhelming to them.  We have felt that homeschool tK-12th grade is the path for our family.  After talking to many parents who are done raising their children who...
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I know the Home Scholar personally, and I can tell you, she's not scary!
Monday, 02 February 2009 21:21
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Coffee with a Friend

Coffee with a Friend
I have a friend with children slightly older than mine. When we were homeschooling, we got together once a week for coffee.  At first, we pretended it was for the kids - they had to have some socialization, you know!  Later on we realized that we both needed each other's support.  I thought I got the better end of the deal, though.  Since her kids are older, she was usually just finishing a stage in her...
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Meet The HomeScholar - Twice!

Meet The HomeScholar - Twice!
PNW Homeschool College Fair October 25I'll be speaking at the Pacific Northwest Homeschool College Fair next Saturday! The fair is October 25th in Bothell, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.   Here is the link:  pnwcollegefair.com.  I'll be giving a presentation at 11:00 AM called "College Preparation for Homeschoolers."  And at 2:00 PM, I'll be giving a brand new presentation called "College Scholarships for High School Credit."  Please come!  It will be so fun!  And this event...
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Now that I think about it, I realize there is an "Auburn" in every state! Sorry, everyone! I originally wrote the post for my Wa... Read More
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Guest — Renee
And here I was wondering if Lee was heading to Alabama.
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Guest — Lee
I'm sorry, Jenny - it's in Auburn Washington! I'm sorry I'll miss you, though! Blessings, Lee
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