Can you homeschool all the way through high school? The answer is a resounding “YES!” Listen in as we answer FAQ’s and offer encouragement to parents who are considering this wonderful option.
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Discover the Rewards of Homeschooling Your Teen
·Create unlimited learning on a limited budget
·Discover teaching methods for teens with different learning styles
·Utilize the best resources and technology
·Prepare your teen for college, career, and adult life
The teen years can be the most exciting time in your child’s life. He or she is becoming an independent young adult and beginning to make decisions for the future. Yet growing concern about the negative social pressures, safety, and efficiency of our traditional high schools has prompted many parents just like you to teach their teenagers at home. With Homeschooling: The Teen Years as your guide, you’ll discover it’s not as daunting a task as you’ve been led to believe. Using real-life stories from dozens of families, this book reveals the secrets of making homeschooling work for you and your teen. You’ll discover how to:
·Work with your teen to create a unique, individual learning experience
·Make coursework interesting, challenging, and fun
·Allow your teen to discover the best vocational path, including selecting a college
·Know when your teen has “completed” high school
·And much more!
Debra Bell has helped numerous homeschooled students, including four of her own, gain college admission and win substantial scholarships to the schools of their choice. Now she can help you and your child navigate high school at home and successfully transition to the college and adult years. Inside this incredible resource, you will find:
*Tools for developing critical and creative thinking skills
*Study-smart strategies for maximized learning
*What to do if your child is behind or ahead
*How to help your teen discern his gifts and calling
*How to prepare your child for high school during grades 6 through 8
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Teens by Debra Bell
Here are all the forms, charts, and resources you will need to teach your child through high school, as well as a guide to taking advantage of new media and the best online learning opportunities. Learn what college admissions officers say they look for in a prospective student and how you can help your teen apply for and receive merit-based scholarships and maximum financial aid. There’s also a bonus section on making the most of the college years.
Setting the Records Straight: How to Craft Homeschool Transcripts and Course Descriptions for College Admission and Scholarships by Lee Binz
Give Your Homeschooler the Advantage in the High Stakes College Admission Sweepstakes! Parents who consider homeschooling their children through high school are often consumed by insecurity – “Are we ruining their college chances?” Well, worry no more! When it comes to college admissions and scholarships, homeschoolers have what the colleges are looking for!