We believe EVERY mom can confidently, competently — and even contentedly! — provide the high school education her teen needs. This is the place to start! Our common-sense, non-intimidating approach for how to homeschool high school will have you feeling like this is actually a doable thing in no time!
This page is a collection of links to all the articles, podcast episodes, and resources that are on this website that discuss these four aspects of how to homeschool high school:
You can scroll down to find the section you need, or you can click the handy links just above.
This page is strictly for the nuts and bolts of how to homeschool high school, not the finer points like which exact curriculum is best for your needs or how to deal with your teen or apply to college. Articles about those can be found by choosing the topic you need from the menu bar above.
Just remember that there is no one right way for how to homeschool high school.
Some of the “experts” might want you to think so, but in reality you have LOTSA freedom to choose what is best for YOUR teen and YOUR family. It’s OK to be ordinary; it’s OK to be real — with foibles and mistakes and non-super-stellar kids. All of my kids got into college with scholarships — and we’re as ordinary as you can get!
So all of the following articles are about how to homeschool high school — for REAL people. HUGS!
Save Your Sanity is an encouraging resource to inspire and empower you at any stage of homeschooling high school. Ann's relatable style and no-nonsense advice will ease the pressure and give you confidence to get started -- or keep going! ... Read More
Note: This article from guest contributer Sara Dennis of Classically Homeschooling is chock full of super-helpful tips for homeschooling high school. Some of these I didn't know -- and wish ... Read More
Overview: Taking the time to develop your homeschool mission statement for high school is one of the most important ways to ensure success and avoid unnecessary stress when homeschooling your ... Read More
You woke up recently and realized that your tomorrows are now TODAY. That kid who was just born yesterday—really!—is all of a sudden ready to start high school SOON. And you are feeling like a deer in the headlights, panicked ... Read More
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 ... Read More
Overview: Teaching from Rest by Sarah Mackenzie is a must-read that not only provides powerful insight about successful homeschooling in general but can be adapted to homeschooling high school, too ... Read More
Overview: Do you feel overwhelmed about creating a high school homeschool curriculum plan for your student? This post breaks it down into manageable steps so you will gain more confidence ... Read More
Overview: Everything you need to know about high school electives for homeschoolers, plus a list of ideas and curriculum suggestions. Choosing high school electives for your homeschooled teen is the ... Read More
Overview: Guest contributor Lynna Sutherland is a veteran large-family mom who is amazing at keeping things organized and stress-free. Here she shares step-by-step instructions for using Google Calendar with your ... Read More
Overview: Homeschool paperwork, especially grading, can easily become overwhelming. Read tips for keeping it under control and recovering when you're behind. This has got to be one of the most ... Read More
Lesson plans, grading, supplies, papers, books, cd's, workbooks, workspace, manipulatives, scheduling, etc. etc. etc. There's a LOT to keep track of when it comes to keeping our homeschools running smoothly ... Read More
Taming the Transcript is for when your teen is ready to apply to college... And you are freaking out. What if you ruin your teen's life by doing it wrong? No freaking out necessary. It's really not that big of ... Read More
Overview: Contributing writer Sara Dennis takes us step-by-step through the process of planning a homeschool graduation ceremony. This information will help you to make yours wonderful! Do you have a ... Read More