Middle & High School

Many parents who are homeschooling turn to the Internet to find online instructional resources. But determining whether or not certain online courses are an effective academic solution can be…


A great thing about homeschooling is the ability to use anything from which to learn. No matter which curriculum you choose to use, or perhaps you choose not to use a curriculum at all, there…


It’s that time again when the school year is getting cranked up, and those homeschool families who tentatively follow local school calendars are making their plans and schedules. One major…


College is something that tends to loom large in the minds of homeschooling parents and students alike. How does one transition from the homeschool environment to a college or university environment?…


Motivation is a tricky thing... sometimes it's our best friend right there with us keeping us going, and at other times it's so elusive we wonder if we've ever known motivation at all! The…


Burnout is undeniably a growing concern among homeschool parents. The unrelenting prolonged stress of managing so many responsibilities can begin to negatively affect lives. One thing that many…


Why is the study of high school literature so important? Of course, we want our children to be well read, and hopefully to enjoy reading in general. But at the high school level, perhaps…


African-American History Study: Tips for Getting Started It's important to cover African American history while studying American history in your homeschool. Most texts, though well-meaning…


If you're looking for a quick and easy way to tame the paper tiger of record-keeping in your homeschool look no further! Digital Homeschool Organization is here. Our new digital homeschool…


It's never too early to start reading to your child. Some people start reading to their babies before they are born. At first, babies are soothed by the sound of your voice. As they get…