High School



Are you considering homeschooling your teen all the way? 

We are so glad that we did!

Yes, high school does involves more planning and record keeping, and such.  But with the right resources and tips, it can be a low stress and wonderful way for your teen to do high school.  

As homeschoolers we can set our teen's studies to what they individually need.  It is a great way to homeschool your special needs teen, focusing on their needs.  

It also prepares teens well for vocational training or community college.  And also it can prepare them to get into college, if that is where they want to go.  

Below are all of my favorite resources to make your homeschool rich and full, and not that hard!

It gave our teen time to discover her own gifts and allowed us to meet her individual needs re sensory and attention issues.

Are you wondering how to get started with it all?  It really is not that hard!


Do you want to make your own Literature course with books your student really wants to read? 

Making your own High School English Course






Ideas for bird watching/nature study activities for teens, and how to make them into a high school elective. 

The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling
High School










Homeschool Graduation Ideas




Homeschool Help for Families

No questions are too small!
Homeschooling can feel daunting to us all.  Chat with someone just like you.


Have you seen my new book on high school yet?




What is in this book?  




My book lays out 10 easy steps for homeschooling high school and helping your teen into college. 

I share my best tips for planning high school at home, preparing your teen for college, and how to help get them there.

PLUS MY COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE COMMON APPLICATION!  It comes with 12 Exclusive Downloadable Planning Printables



More on College



Be College Confident













   7 Ways Homeschooling Prepares Teens for College


Thanks for stopping by BJ's
Homeschool,



Betsy

Betsy is mom to her now college grad, whom she homeschooled through high school.  She blogs at BJ's Homeschool, about the early yearshighschool
collegegifted/2e and wrote -Homeschooling High School with College in Mind, 2nd Edition,   She offers homeschool help through messages at BJ's Consulting and has had some of her articles picked up by the Huffington Post.




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5 comments:

  1. This is a VERY helpful page of resources... I will be referring to it often now that we have started our high school journey!

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  2. Thanks so much, Mary Prather, for stopping by, and your kind comment! I am hoping to put this into an ebook form someday, as I would like to help more families who are looking at the college option. I enjoyed reading your latest update, on your two kids, as they start another great year! Thanks for hosting Collage Friday!

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  3. Thanks for all the great info

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    1. Thanks, Christina. That is why I blog and wrote my book, to encourage other families who are homeschooling high school. So nice of you to stop by and comment! My best to you and your teen(s).

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  4. Terrific resources. Thanks for sharing.

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