If you have made it this far, CONGRATULATIONS!!! High School is an exciting time of life for all parties. We'll share tips and information on jobs, internships, career planning, healthy relationships, dual enrollment, CLEP, and more.
While it may seem early, now is the time to start keeping your transcript or portfolio. It is so much easier to maintain than to try to remember the one class you took three years ago! You can do it yourself or use a service.
Investing time in test prep is one of the best decisions for homeschool families. It can mean the difference between getting accepted to a local school, receiving a scholarship from a local university, or a full ride from an out-of-state school.
Most colleges allow high school juniors and seniors to take classes at their institution at a reduced cost. Students also get a head start on college coursework. While it seems ideal, there are a few pitfalls and guidelines to be aware of before you start.
How many times have you thought, they did not teach that in high school. The beauty of homeschooling is that you can! Sometimes, we need a little direction or forget to explicitly teach something we thought was obvious. Here you will find resources to help!
EXTRA CURRICULAR NEEDS
One struggle for parents and teens revolves around boundaries and unmet needs. Assess your needs and work on addressing those together. Bring in outside counsel if necessary. Neither of you wants to damage your relationship at this point because of power struggles.