#HIGH SCHOOL

Did you know that the U.S is the only country (out of 30) where the current generation is less educated than the previous generation? Literacy rates are down, and this fact has a huge impact…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing What’s the hardest subject you have to teach your homeschooler? For many homeschool parents, writing is at the top of their list. “I’m truly at my wit's…


  Is it already time to start thinking about graduation? If your homeschooled child is a senior this year, you’re probably starting to see graduation party favors everywhere and loads…


Odds are, your teen is in the thick of test prep for the SAT and the ACT - or just one - soon. As a homeschooler, you’re probably used to being your student’s main teacher. This SAT and…


How to Plan a Graduation For Homeschooled Students Homeschooling offers benefits for many families, but it can have its challenges. One of these struggles is making high school…


Homeschool Graduation Ideas The moment you’ve worked toward for so many years has finally arrived. Your homeschooler has completed his last lesson, and now it’s time to celebrate the…


Fitting your unique child into a standardized world More than 500,000 teens are home educated across the U.S. today. Many homeschooled students will apply to colleges and universities. Some…


What do colleges expect from homeschoolers? Let's find out. Ivy League Schools Ivy league schools differ in the way they handle applications from homeschoolers. Harvard, for example, doesn’t…


For more high school information visit our main How to Homeschool High School page. Is your high school student wavering about their career ideas for the future? At this age, the possibilities…


 Today, the stigma of the GED is all but disappeared. Many homeschool teens turn to the GED as a viable way to verify their home education. However, the GED itself has begun to give students…