Homeschooling High School

Kids grow up so fast!

One minute you’re teaching little Johnny his ABC’s and the next minute he’s taller than you and asking questions about things you have to google the answer to!

I’ll never forget the trepidation I felt as my oldest finished up Saxon Algebra II and moved into Saxon Advanced Mathematics. That was the point at which I realized I was about to take on a whole new level of homeschooling.

Before that point, I never really felt intimidated by homeschooling. I was perfectly confident in my abilities to impart a love of literature and numbers to my children.

But high school?


If the thought of homeschooling your high schooler has you quaking in your boots, I can probably help. Last year I successfully graduated my 3rd (only 5 more to go!).

As you read through this series, you will learn about high school requirements, how to plan your homeschool high school, creative ways to earn college credit. Best of all, you’ll gain the knowledge to homeschool your high schooler with confidence!

I want to share with you all the skills and knowledge that I’ve learned over the last 18 years of homeschooling. The ten articles below will help you to understand how to homeschool high school and to have fun doing it!

I’ll publish one article each weekday June 3rd- June 14th, so be sure to check back!


Homeschooling High School

  1. 10 Things You Should Know About Homeschooling High School
  2. Homeschool Record Keeping Made Easy
  3. 4 Easy Steps to a High School Plan for Homeschoolers
  4. High School Course Requirements for College
  5. How to Create a High School Transcript (for homeschoolers)
  6. Does Your Homeschooled Child Need a High School Diploma?
  7. Does my Child Need to go to College? 5 Questions You Should Ask Yourself
  8. What do colleges look for in homeschoolers?
  9. 9 Ways for homeschooled High Schoolers to Earn College Credit
  10. 9 Excellent Alternatives to College (for homeschoolers)



Homeschooling High School


If you’re currently homeschooling high school, you’ll want to pin this series of articles so you can easily come back and refer to it again and again, as often as you need to.

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