Middle & High School

Applying to a college is not usually a quick process. University applications may require multiple steps ranging from details such as personal information to test scores, educational accomplishments,…


We’ll be honest, the costs of homeschooling a high schooler can add up quickly. With ready-to-go homeschool programs, accreditation worries, and electives, many parents will feel the perceived…


We all want our high schoolers to be prepared for college or career success and transition easily to the future. High school documentation, such as a portfolio, a homeschool high school transcript,…


Can a homeschooler get into college without an accredited diploma? It’s a common question. A valid question. But also, a question that misses the point. The POINT is getting into college.…


Congratulations! The fact that you are looking for a high school diploma template tells us that you have come to the end of your homeschool high school homeschooling adventure! We are so happy…


Exploring Teen's Strengths, Weaknesses, and Their Personalities is the Foundation Homeschool.com presents Career Explorations, a four-week unit study course specifically for homeschooled high…


Homeschool Volunteer Hours are Important Are you homeschooling a high schooler who would like to become more involved in their community? Not only does volunteering serve to benefit both community…


What is a High School Grade Point Average? First off, what exactly is meant by a “grade point average”? A GPA is a standard way used to measure academic achievement in the United States.…


  There are many types of homeschool schedules. Creating an effective homeschool schedule is about examining what works for your family’s existing lifestyle. A good homeschool schedule…


It’s one thing to settle on a homeschool curriculum, complete your purchases, and schedule out your year. It’s another thing entirely when it comes down to teaching your kids. If you don’t…