Middle & High School

Take a look through our HUGE list of free homeschool printables. Cut down on your kid’s screen this summer and get ready for some awesome kid activities using these free printable resources.…


There is a significant difference between homeschooling elementary-age and homeschooling middle-school-age students. Middle school is a time for kids to learn how to become more responsible for…


Homeschooling year-round is a creative alternative to the traditional schedule. There are many benefits to adapting a year-round schedule to your homeschool. The more frequent breaks can help…


Are you ready for a big adventure? We hope so - because the next four years can be the best years of your teen's life. But, we do suggest that you start now to make your plan. There are a lot…


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Welcome to our all-in-one resource for teaching health and physical education. Another wonderful aspect of homeschooling is the fact that Health and P.E. (among other supposedly “less important”…


Welcome to our all-in-one resource for teaching your homeschooler a foreign language! I think all of us can agree that it really pays to be bilingual, however, foreign language study is surely…


For years, we’ve been doing science, taking walks, examining leaves, dissecting flowers, raising butterflies… all of it intensely fun. Yet now, those fun science lessons are morphing into…


Wondering what your high schooler needs for math? For the average homeschooling parent, teaching high school can be a bit intimidating. Mention homeschooling the high school maths like Algebra,…


One keystone of homeschooling is reading. Many parents feel that reading is the most important subject to teach because it opens the door to learning anything else. Once your child is past learning…