High School


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Is homeschooling high school really that hard?  

No, and maybe a bit yes, too.  But we are SO glad that we homeschooled all the way.

It does involves more planning and record keeping, and such.  But with the right resources and tips, it can be a wonderful way for your teen to do high school.

We are so glad that we went all the way.  It gave our 2e teen time to discover her own gifts and allowed us to meet her individual needs re sensory and attentional issues.


There is so much more to high school at home than just doing the core studies.  Where are your teen's interests and passions?

Homeschooling High School Creatively - 100 High School Electives


Do you want to be able to use the lit books, etc that your student wants to read?  Why not?
Making your own High School English Course


Our Favorites for US History and how we made it 
into our own course with frugal resources and had FUN doing it.



Does your teen struggle with all those grammar terms?  Mine did and this was our saving grace! 
Our Favorite Innovative Grammar Curriculum


The above article is full of a bunch of my buddy bloggers favorite resources for high school all gathered together for you: 

The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling
High School




What does high school at home look like anyway?  Here's a peak into ours, and we were not stuck at home, and remember, there are so many ways to do high school.  Here's ours:  BJ's Homeschool - A Week in the Life


What we chose for math, from preK all the way through high school.  Hope it gives you some good ideas for your own precious teen:
Our Curriculum Choices for Homeschool Math - 
PreK through High School




Lots of ideas for bird watching activities for teens, and how to make them into a high school elective if you like. 



The Value of Homeschooling High School  Why we chose to homeschool all the way, and how glad we are that we did.  Be encouraged. 



Our Homemade Course in Video-Making



This is our little story of how we followed our daughter's interests through the years, starting with preballet classes, and ending with speech an debate fun:





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Have you seen my book on high school at home for college bound teens  called:






What more of my best tips plus high school to college planning printables?



 Kindle and Paperback 
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My book lays out 10 easy steps for planning high school, preparing for college, and showcasing your student's accomplishments to college admissions.  And it is not that hard to do!

Plus 12 New Exclusive and Downloadable Printables



Thanks for stopping by BJ's
Homeschool,

Betsy


Betsy is mom to her now college senior, whom she homeschooled from day one.  She blogs at BJ's Homeschool, about the early yearshigh school and wrote the book - Homeschooling High School with College in Mind.   She offers free homeschool help through messages at BJ's Consulting



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2 comments:

  1. This is a VERY helpful page of resources... I will be referring to it often now that we have started our high school journey!

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  2. Thanks so much, Mary Prather, for stopping by, and your kind comment! I am hoping to put this into an ebook form someday, as I would like to help more families who are looking at the college option. I enjoyed reading your latest update, on your two kids, as they start another great year! Thanks for hosting Collage Friday!

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