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Ideas for a Great Graduation Party

Celebrate your student's homeschool accomplishments with a graduation ceremony. We have resources to help plan your graduation budget, theme, invitations, location and more.

Celebrate your student's homeschool accomplishments with a graduation ceremony. We have resources to help plan your graduation budget, theme, invitations, location and more.
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Homeschool Graduation

Homeschooling Tips: How to Do Homeschool Graduations Homeschool graduation ceremonies can be conducted at home by celebrating with friends and family or by contacting state support groups for larger ceremonies. Celebrate the completion of the homeschool journey with tips from a homeschool teacher in this free video on education. Homeschool Diploma Photoshop Template AN...
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Homeschool Diploma Template

Homeschool Diploma Template

By Ann Zeise This is a Photoshop template for a homeschool diploma from high school. Click on the graphic or the link to download the full-sized Photoshop file to your computer. It reads: A to Z Home’s Cool This Certifies That First Initial Last Has completed a Course of Study meeting the Standards of our Homeschool...
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Are We Done Yet?

Are We Done Yet?

By Ann Zeise For homeschool families who choose not to go through an organized program or curriculum, coming to the point of saying, “Yes, we’re done and we’re going to graduate our teen from high school,” is not an easy task. By 17 or 18, some of our teens have already been taking college classes for years. Others...
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