Middle & High School

Early graduation is a dream for many high school students. The earlier your teen graduates high school, the sooner they can move onto ideal college programs and/or kick-start their career.  However,…


While homeschoolers are not bound by the graduation requirements of their home state, many still want to be able to compare their credits and coursework with the guidelines of their state department…


One of the most wonderful opportunities for many high-schooled homeschoolers is the chance to take one or more college courses while they are still in high school. Not only can it be a venue…


What is Dual Enrollment? One of the most beneficial movements in the past ten years for the homeschooling world has been the growth of dual enrollment in the United States. Dual enrollment —…


Faith-Based Resource We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: having good character matters. Regardless of whether you’re a religious homeschooling family or secular homeschoolers,…


  For many, the concept of learning styles is debatable. Yet, for those of us that have been in the trenches for years, we can see the mounting evidence of using a learning preference…


Science is defined by Merriam-Webster as: “knowledge or a system of knowledge covering general truths or the operation of general laws especially as obtained and tested through scientific method.”…


Q&A On Homeschooling Your Child   On this page, you'll find answers to these questions: How do I get started homeschooling? What are the benefits of homeschooling? What…


Recently, we asked our homeschool community which subject they would teach if they could only choose one. We’d anticipated preferences for math or history, but the overwhelming response was…


Teaching your homeschooled teen organizational skills is vital to preparing them for adulthood. Using their own homeschool planner is a great way to help them establish their own organizational…