Maybe this article will encourage you too:
A New Beginning: Homeschooling High School for Freaked Out and Terrified Parents
Hang in there, Sheryl! It's really just one more stage of life, and you can get through it!
Thank you for this timely dose of truth and encouragement! I read it with tears running down my cheeks. I can't describe the fear I've felt as high school looms on the horizon. I've homeschooled my children from birth, but my daughter is finishing 8th grade now. For months, I've been busy researching other options and praying for direction, but I'm coming more and more to realize that we need to walk in faith, not fear. Thank you for your wonderful service to us homeschoolers. Your wisdom and guidance are a grace-filled calming influence and help! Thank you!
And in this weak economy, there's another fear: no provision for the future (except maybe the child's fraction of the grocery and utility budgets). Matthew 6:33 and numerous other Scriptures address this, as does Lee's wonderful scholarship-finding service :-)
Course descriptions require a professional demeanor on paper. Your words should sound "business casual" not " yoga pants " even if you are writing professional course descriptions while actually wearing yoga pants
It's fall of senior year and you and your child are sitting down to submit college applications. Of course, your job will be much easier if the homeschool transcript is