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Thinking about High School


Sometimes people ask for specific recommendations when parents and students start thinking about homeschooling high school.  It's hard to give specific recommendations to a general question, but here are some places to start looking.


I have several resources on my website that you might want to check out.  First is my HomeScholar Recommends homeschool curriculum page that has a lot of information on what we used and what worked for us.  It covers gifts, books, resources and curriculum so it can help in a lot of ways.

 

I also have created a “College Bound Reading List” that you will enjoy.  It is a compilation of lots of recommended books that will provide the balance of serious and lighter reading that the colleges are looking for.

 

Finally, I have resources that will help parent on some of the key issues they face in high school.  First is my homeschool transcript product, the Total Transcript Solution that provides instructions and tools to make short work of this dreaded task.  Second is my resource for homeschool records, the Comprehensive Record Solution, that provides extensive training, templates and step-by-step guidance on how to create a homeschool portfolio that colleges will love.  Our transcripts and records are what opened the door to my boys winning those full-tuition scholarships and I love it when parents can replicate our success.

 

If you have a specific question on how to homeschool high school, take a look at my Parent Training A la Carte page.  There you’ll find many hour-long courses on every difficult high school topic imaginable.

 

Finally, if you just want to dip your toe into the whole homeschooling high school experience, check out my homeschool freebies page.  I have free webinars, mini-courses and special reports that will answer many of your questions.



 

As you wrap up your homeschooling years let me help you finish strongly.

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Guest - Becky on Friday, 20 July 2012 04:10

Tried to access the reading list and the link would not work

Tried to access the reading list and the link would not work
Guest - Lee (website) on Friday, 20 July 2012 13:56

Hi Becky. It should be working now. Please try it again. Thanks!

Hi Becky. It should be working now. Please try it again. Thanks!
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