Free High School Science & History Resources

If you've been following along with the Planning the High School Years series, you know that we've already covered creating a list of planned courses, keeping a transcript, and creating a high school portfolio. You've also gotten some great resources for free English and Algebra courses. In this post, as promised, you'll get some great resources for free science and history classes for your high school students....more

Free High School English and Math Resources

If you've been following along with the Planning the High School Years series, you know that we've already covered creating a list of planned courses, keeping a transcript, and creating a high school portfolio. In this section of the series, I'll be providing you with a variety of resources to use for each course subject. This post got long really fast, so I'll be breaking it up into a few more posts. In today's post you'll find free resources for high school English and math courses (specifically Algebra)....more

Are You Interested in Guest Blogging?

I'm looking for other homeschooling bloggers who would like to post guest posts on my blog, as well as accept guest posts on their blogs. If you're interested, please let me know!If you have checked out my family blog, you'll notice I haven't updated it in quite a while. I'm working on it...so, I'm not quite ready for posts on that site just yet. Soon. :-)I look forward to hearing back from you!Jennifer...more

How to Create the High School Portfolio for Homeschooling

So, where are we at now? We have covered creating a list of planned courses and how to create high school transcripts; today we will be discussing the high school portfolio. Exactly what is the portfolio? Why does your student need one? What do I put in my child's portfolio? You'll get answers to all of your questions!...more

A Guide to Homeschool High School Transcripts & Record Keeping

In our last installment, Planning the High School Years Part 1, we talked about how important it is to plan out the courses your child wishes to take over the 4 high school years. Today, we are going to delve into the world of high school transcripts and record keeping. I think this may be the part that scares a lot of homeschooling parents; the thought of having to keep records that will have such an influence on their child's educational future is intimidating. However, taking it step by step will make it easier....more

Homeschooling the High School Years - the Planning Stage

Homeschooling through the high school years scares a lot of families. In fact, I know a lot of people who home school their children until high school, then put them in public school. But it doesn't have to be scary! I, too, have a new high school student as of this fall, so I am going to walk through the 4 year high school curriculum planning process with you....more