Homeschooling High Schoolers: FREE Webinar with The Home Scholar!

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Are you thinking about homeschooling a high schooler, or have you decided to but still have some questions?  I’ve been homeschooling for many years—and we have graduated our two oldest daughters, who are now 19 and 21.  My husband and I are always telling parents that homeschooling is the “hardest, best” thing we have ever done with our kids.

It’s worth it—but I couldn’t have done it without people like Lee Binz.

A week or so ago, I hosted Lee Binz’s free webinar on “A Homeschool Parent’s Guide to High School Grades, Credits and Transcripts.”  I’ve heard Lee speak many times on this topic, and she is excellent!   Other parents are benefiting from Lee’s help, too. One mom summed it up this way: “Thank you for all of your time in organizing and blazing a trail for us trying to get through the high school years.  You are like a parent’s  ‘Guidance Counselor.’”

Lee Binz is not only my friend, she’s a real (I love real!) homeschool mom, who has been there and done that and got incredible results.  I know her webinar will educate and encourage you.  I joined Lee for a little while too, :) so I hope you’ll take a few minutes and listen if you missed us the first time around.

 LISTEN TO WEBINAR RECORDING HERE!

Here’s more information from Lee:
Dear Homeschool Parent,

Hi, my name is Lee Binz, The HomeScholar.  Have you noticed how it is becoming more and more “socially acceptable” to homeschool your younger children?  A few years ago, it was not uncommon for parents to feel like sociopaths for denying their children the “academic and social advantages of a public education” (my favorite phrase from the past).

Social acceptance has been slower coming for parents who choose to homeschool through high school.  Change is happening, but there is still a lot of hostility out there from public school parents, special interests and government agencies who are dead set against homeschool parents who choose this path.

My goal is to help parents who are committed to giving their teens the best possible high school education and providing them their best shot at college.  I want to take away any fear and replace it with the knowledge you need to ensure homeschool high school success.

I want to empower and educate you to be the best high school teacher, parent and guidance counselor possible.   That is why I am so excited to be hosting a FREE one-hour educational webinar , exclusively for readers of Heidi St. John.

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“A Homeschool Parent’s Guide to High School Grades, Credits and Transcripts” covers all the essentials you need to know to calculate credits, determine grades and create transcripts.  In this webinar you learn:

- 5 sure-fire ways to determine high school credit
- How to let go of “grade anxiety” in your homeschool
- The one factor that will give you ABSOLUTE FREEDOM in your high school
- How you, as the homeschool parent, can help the colleges with their “nightmare scenario”…and how helping them will also help you!
- 5 killer advantages of a properly-crafted homeschool transcript
- 3 transcript pitfalls that can cripple your child’s chances for college admission and scholarships.

 LISTEN TO WEBINAR RECORDING HERE!

 

binzLee Binz, The HomeScholar helps parents homeschool for high school and is a leading internet home school resource helping parents homeschool to college.   She is an expert in how to craft a winning homeschool transcript.  She has an award-winning Christian homeschool blog and one of the most popular homeschool newsletters available.   Lee is a dynamic speaker at homeschooling conventions as well as homeschooling support groups.  Check out her homeschool online free mini-course and training webinar on how to give homeschool credit in high school.

You can find Lee online at www.TheHomeScholar.com and on Facebook.com/TheHomeScholar

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Click on the image to hear Jay and Heidi St. John talk about what it’s like to homeschool their seven children.

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Heidi St. John has been married to her husband Jay since 1989. Together they have seven children from toddler to adult and have homeschooled all the way through high school. A favorite conference and radio speaker, Heidi approaches marriage and parenting with humor and grace. Her passion to encourage moms and set them free to be who God has created them to be will bless and encourage you.
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22 Responses to Homeschooling High Schoolers: FREE Webinar with The Home Scholar!

  1. Cindy Rusk says:

    Lisa, The Busy Mom is one of my close friends. Lee Binz is great, I’ve been to some of her seminars. Thanks for the heads up, I love free!!!

  2. I have signed up, it showed me the link and it disappeared, hope I will be able to find again before the 16, I don’t want to miss it. I am a first time homeschoolers and my son is in the 9th grade.

  3. Lisa Calicdan says:

    Ours are starting home school in the fall. K and pre-K. I want to keep educating myself on all grades, hints and ideas to do the best we can.

  4. Cindy Rusk it’s not just “free” but “priceless!” You have a graduate now, but 4 more moving through the educational process. I am already looking for any hints I can find.

  5. I’m so there! My oldest is entering 9th grade…yikes!

  6. Sarah Hunt says:

    Me too – we are so overwhelmed! 9th grade? How did THAT happen?

  7. Melissa Webb says:

    Sarah Ruth Baugh…just seeing this reminder. ;-)

  8. Great seminar! I highly recommend it! We have homeschooled our son since first grade and he graduated this past year, but my husband and I still learned A LOT from the webinar. I am a cover school administrator and my husband is volunteering as our high school guidance counselor. We want to help take the fear out of the high school years!

  9. Open Eyes says:

    I hear you. I am a computer dummy…hope i’m doing this right lol! :)

  10. thanks for posting. I was able to log in :-)

  11. Hearts Home says:

    I’m so bummed, I was hoping to make it but got home late :(

  12. Tammi Gidlow says:

    Will you do this again? Or is there a way to watch it after the fact?

  13. The Busy Mom says:

    Tammi I plan to make a blog post about this and embed it. I’ll keep you posted. J:)

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