How to Homeschool High School, Parts 1 & 2
Learn how to homeschool High School! Click the links to access the recordings and materials for parts 1 and 2 -- or just the notes and printables.
- Formulate a “GPS” for your student’s high school years: Goals (what do I want out of high school at home?); Preparation (how do I prepare a program of study to achieve those goals?); System (concrete steps, curriculum, 4-year-plan, state reqs, etc.)
- Use your goals, state requirements, and resources to create a 4-year plan for your student.
- Create a transcript to help you track progress.
- The High School "Experience"
- Accredited Programs
- College Applications
Classical Homeschooling for Busy Moms: Let's Get Efficient and Effective!
In my experience, families who pursue classical education WELL are best set up to live this efficient and more effective life. Their kids are happier, the parents are more relaxed, and they have more leisure time. How do we do it?
By the end of this hour you will be able to:
Set long-term and short-term goals for each of your children.
Use those goals and classical education methods to focus your schooling time.
Find 5 - 10 hours of time you didn’t know you had.