Planning for Homeschooling High School

Are you facing the high school years in your homeschool? Many homeschooling parents report that the idea of continuing through high school is daunting to them. And many families make the decision to send their teens to traditional school once eighth or ninth grade rolls around. When my family began homeschooling about fifteen years ago, our motto was, "one day at a time, one year at a time." At the start of kindergarten with our son, we had no idea where this homeschooling journey would take us.

Are you homeschooling high school? As part of the Back to Homeschool Blog Party hosted by Amy of Encouraging Moms at Home, I am sharing my plan for facing the high school years in your homeschool. This year, I have a college sophomore, along with a high school junior, and a middle schooler, and we are still homeschooling full force. Read on to see how we are making it work for us.

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Are you facing the high school years in your homeschool?

Many homeschooling parents report that the idea of continuing through high school is daunting to them. And many families make the decision to send their teens to traditional school once eighth or ninth grade rolls around. When my family began homeschooling about fifteen years ago, our motto was, “one day at a time, one year at a time.” At the start of kindergarten with our son, we had no idea where this homeschooling journey would take us.

As we got closer to high school, there were some things I learned that helped pave the way for a smoother transition to the secondary years. I would like to encourage you that not only is homeschooling high school not a daunting task, but the high school years are actually some of the easiest to homeschool…

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Are you facing the high school years in your homeschool? Many homeschooling parents report that the idea of continuing through high school is daunting to them. And many families make the decision to send their teens to traditional school once eighth or ninth grade rolls around. When my family began homeschooling about fifteen years ago, our motto was, "one day at a time, one year at a time." At the start of kindergarten with our son, we had no idea where this homeschooling journey would take us.

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  1. Mother of 3

    Our motto has always been one year at a time as well; my oldest son started looking around at high schools now that he’s in 8th grade and made the decision to stay at home. I was supportive either way and completely on the fence about either decision. I know I CAN homeschool for high school but do worry about a homeschool diploma being “enough” since (as of right now) he has no plans to attend any sort of college. Can’t wait to click over and finish reading!

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