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Homeschooling Teens

The Importance of Sleep For A Student’s Mental Health

You’ve planned the curriculum and activities but have you made sure that plenty of sleep is a part of that plan?

You’ve probably spent hours planning the best curriculum and experiences possible to give your child a fruitful and competitive education, but have you made sure that plenty of sleep is a part of that plan? Sleep is vital to students’ mental health. Let’s take a look at why!
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Everything A2Z: Resource Roundup for May

Need some inspiration for this month? Find everything we have A2Z for your May homeschooling.

Need some inspiration for this month? Find everything we have A2Z for your May homeschooling.
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High School Series: Alternatives to College

College doesn't have to be the next step after high school. Learn more about alternatives to college and how to help your homeschooler succeed!
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Healthy Choices Throughout Teen Years

Help your homeschool teen develop healthy habits and develop a healthier life.

Help your homeschool teen develop healthy habits and develop a healthier life.
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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 Transcript Resources

Find help interpreting your homeschool high school-level work and creating transcripts for college applications. Includes free printable templates, tips, and other resources.
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Back To School or Not?

It seems that into many homeschooling families' journeys comes a fork in the road; a time to decide between continuing on the homeschooling path or to travel the road that leads to public school attendance.
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GED Test for Homeschoolers and Parents

GED Test for Homeschoolers and Parents

Includes 2016 changes to the GED Test and beyond Homeschoolers do not always need to pass the GED test, but some may need it to be approved for apprenticeship for union work. In some states homeschool parents need to prove they have a high school education or the equivalent, so passing the GED test...
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College Entrance Tests & Scores for Homeschoolers

College Entrance Tests & Scores for Homeschoolers

PSAT, SAT, and ACT college tests, and what homeschoolers need to study and practice to achieve high scores on these college entrance exams. Results of homeschoolers’ scores on past ACT tests. Dates ACT Assessment Test Dates Information on the ACT Assessment, which includes reports for you, your high school, and up to four college...
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ACT Test Results For Homeschoolers vs All Test Takers

ACT test results are consistently higher for homeschoolers than the composite for the average college entrance test taker since 1997. Updated through Class of 2015.
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Homeschooling Teenagers Directory

High School Years STARTING OUT Back to School or Not For those considering returning to public or private high school when kids hit the teen years. Challenging Teenagers Hints and tips for keeping your teen homeschooler challenged. FAQs About Homeschooling High School Homeschooling high school does take some planning, but can be a leg...
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College Home School Admission Policies

College Home School Admission Policies

This page is as much for homeschoolers to find admissions policies as it is for those college admissions officers who are trying to develop such a policy for their universities. This page does not represent all colleges with policies online. My intention is to give enough samples so that all may see what sort...
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Homeschooling High Schoolers

An Average Homeschooler: Junior High School Junior high or early high school is when homeschoolers start teaching themselves. I started doing all of the work by myself and occasionally going to my mother with questions. This is enough of a pattern in homeschooling that some of the major homeschooling curricula distributors have created entire programs...
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Homeschool Portfolio Examples

Creating homeschool portfolios in electronic, scrapbook, and yearbook formats to record your high school accomplishments for college entrance.
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Proms for Homeschoolers

Proms for Homeschoolers

Our Prom Page is now part of our Events Calendar, where you can sort by the category "Proms and Dances," or sort by region. View all the proms and dances coming soon! Most are in April or May, but often there is a winter ball, too. It is free to post your prom information...
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Benefits of Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment FAQ By Bridgeway Homeschool Academy What is Dual Enrollment and how will it benefit my student? If you find yourself asking this question, then you more than likely have a student who would benefit from dual enrollment classes. What is Dual Enrollment? Dual enrollment the opportunity to challenge high school students with...
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College Admission

College Admission

Analysis of Inequities in the Requirements for Admission to the University System of Georgia This report outlines and contrasts admission requirements for graduates of accredited or regulated high schools (accredited applicants) with admission requirements for applicants who are not graduates of accredited or regulated high schools (non-accredited applicants). Apply to College – Admission Essays...
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FAQs About Homeschooling High School

Homeschooling high school does take some planning, but can be a leg up on starting college or a career earlier than most teens. Can I homeschool just part of high school, but not all 4 years? I don’t recommend doing a few years of homeschooling in high school, and then jumping back in for, say,...
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Online Social Networks For Parents of Homeschooling Teens

Catholic Mamas Homeschooling High Schoolers This group is for Catholic women who feel they have been called to homeschool their children through high school. If you are the mama of an eighth grader or higher, this is the place for you. Christian Homeschooling Middle and High School This is a place for Christians who...
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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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