When I started homeschooling high school a few years ago, all I could think of, was the millions of things that could go wrong, as a result of me not choosing the right curriculum, not assigning the right credit, or not meeting college requirements. Homeschooling High School was seriously scary as a rookie homeschooler, and it can intimidate even some veterans.
Though homeschooling my then high school sophomore and junior was not the original plan; I had no other choice. The charter school system was failing them, and neither was on track to graduating high school on time.
If homeschooling high school is in your near future, and you’re frantically looking for a paper bag to breathe into like I was just a few years ago, let me assure you that you won’t need it.
Homeschooling high school is not that hard, and you might even have fun.
This week, I’m sharing some tips and resources to get you excited about homeschooling your high schooler, at Kingdom First Homeschool, where 29 bloggers are sharing encouragement and wisdom to help you on your homeschool journey. You can also join the Homeschooling 101 Blog Party group on Facebook to chat with the blog contributors and fellow homeschoolers.
Head to Kingdom First Homeschool to read this week’s homeschool encouragement post, and to learn more about the Homeschooling 101 Blog Party.