#HOMESCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL

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…


  Before I became The HomeScholar and before I even began homeschooling, I was a nurse. I loved Biology and Chemistry and loved being a nurse.  This is one homeschooling mom who…


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…


Written by Tasha Swearingen Homeschooling through the high school years may seem like an intimidating task, but it doesn’t have to be. Sure, there are more records to keep track of and,…


Last month marked the beginning of my family’s seventh year of homeschooling – not necessarily a remarkable anniversary unless you’re a mom like me who feels the days slipping away faster…


  With one foot in childhood and the other entering adulthood, eighth grade is a pivotal time. Choosing a homeschool curriculum can be nerve-wracking when you realize that eighth grade…


How does a homeschooled student graduate without receiving a diploma from an outside source? Is a diploma even necessary? Though there is certainly value in having a high school diploma,…


  Telling parents of a homeschooled teen that they need to prepare a high school transcript can be equivalent to yelling, "Fire!" in a movie theater – panic ensues. While a high school…


A guest blog post written by Trish Madonia Homeschooling high school can seem daunting, but the good news is that it isn't. Actually, while it does come with its own set of challenges,…