Summary: Planning high school at home including assigning high school credit to homeschooled teens, finding your homeschool high school curriculum, core study requirements, making your teen's homeschool official transcripts, and tips for college, college entrance requirements.
We continued homeschooling our 2e teen through the high school years, as she was doing so well with it during middle school. We wanted her to continue homeschooling as it allowed her to follow her interests while preparing for college at the same time.
But I was a little overwhelmed with all the new details that I needed to deal with during high school, such as:
- high school credits
1. Assigning High School Credit
It was not hard for us to assign high school credit. There are 3 ways to do that, including:
1. the Textbook method
When we needed to source a new subject or two, we turned to the curriculum search tools below.
High School Electives
My daughter wanted to learn about film making, and also had an interest in political science.
The beauty of homeschooling high school is that you get to build and nurture your teen's interests. And these interests helped us build her core studies as well. But what exactly are high school core studies.....
3. Core Studies Requirements
Most states do not list what is required for a homeschool diploma, and as I said above, we do not have to follow the public school graduation requirements.
So as a homeschooling parent, you can set up your teen's high school years based on what is best for your student
CAREER BOUND: Other set up a high school program that focuses on future careers, such as the trades.
It is an affordable and manageable quick reference to help you plan and navigate homeschooling high school with college in mind."
Click here to get yours.
will get the first chapter free.