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Episode 85: 5 Steps to Create Fun Electives for High School from Your Teen’s Interests

Overview: You CAN create fun electives for high school for your homeschooled teen. Listen (or read) to learn how! Guest podcaster Sara Jordan shares how she creates fun electives for high school for her delight-directed teens. It’s really “not that hard!” 5 simple steps will give you the flexibility you want and the credits your …

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How to Create the Perfect High School Homeschool Schedule

Overview: Guest contributor Sara Dennis from Classically Homeschooling walks us through creating the perfect high school homeschool schedule, so you and your teen can work together smoothly and get ‘er done! I love homeschooling teenagers. They work independently, have fascinating discussions, and are involved in many activities. It’s exciting watching my kids turn into young adults. However, …

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Homeschool Transcript Essentials: what you need and DON’T need!

Overview: Find out how to make an impressive homeschool high school transcript with a few pieces of vital information. Answers all your questions! You wake up out of a sound sleep—heart pounding, adrenaline rushing, hot flash, well, flashing. Your anxiety-laden subconscious has been stewing about that dreaded homeschool transcript again. Once started, you churn ’til …

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Episode 39: How to Start Homeschooling High School Part 3 – Credits, Core Courses, & Electives

After you’ve researched your state homeschool law and college requirements, then it’s time to get to the nitty gritty of which courses to put into the plan and which order to schedule them in. In this episode I give you the nuts and bolts about core courses and how they are ordered, the key thing …

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