#HOMESCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL

With classic literature, I believe some books are meant to be read when you are young and then again later when you are older. The ten teenage books listed below are no exception to this. While…


Does your teen feel totally lost when thinking about what he or she will do upon graduation? For many teens, the high school years are a stressful time academically and socially. Another major…


Are you ready to teach high school social studies this year? Worried about what to cover and how to know when to do it? Whether you’re having your students cover American History, World History,…


Are you the type of person who thinks big but has difficulty following through?? Great ideas come easy, but you just can’t seem to make it happen? Vision boards may be the solution to helping…


Let’s face it: there are definitely times we want to throw in the towel on homeschooling and totally call it quits. These are usually the times when we’re stressed out or fall behind because…


Research papers, classic literature, critiques, essay writing, grammar, and college prep vocabulary are all part of a high school language arts course of study.  At its core, it’s very similar…


Does high school math make you wanna pull your hair out? You’re not alone! For many, this is the dealbreaker in their homeschooling career. Since many feel they can’t teach at this level,…


Hate to study? Of course, who loves that? In this case, a little study can go a long way. This means studying for your college entrance exam or the ACT or SAT. Taking time to study can raise…


A college education carries with it far more than a piece of paper. There’s the prestige of having earned a degree and the benefits of a better job outcome, both of which are only available…


This is a guest blog post from Sonlight. Regardless of your children's ages, you probably have overarching reasons to homeschool: teaching your faith to your kids, freedom to travel, meeting…