High School Years
Back to School or Not
For those considering returning to public or private high school when kids hit the teen years.
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 up on starting college or a career earlier than most teens.
Homeschooling Teenagers Books
How to be an independent scholar and still get into college. Books recommended by your Homeschooling Guide and available through Amazon.com.
Is It Just The Age?
An overview of Erik H. Erikson on Identity and the Life Cycle, and how his theories may affect your homeschooling approach.
IN THE MIDDLE
5 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make When Homeschooling High School
By understanding these mistakes, you can avoid making them, and your teen can succeed while homeschooling high school. A minicourse from Lee Bintz, The Homeschool Scholar.
Home-based driving instruction for your homeschooling teen.
Homeschooling Teens’ Web Sites
Come visit what other homeschoolers have created on the web for your enjoyment.
Online Support for Those Homeschooling Teenagers
Message boards and email lists for parents who homeschool teenagers.
Lessons in survival in the school of nature: resources for teens interested in outdoor activities.
Teaching High School Subjects
From Art History to Zoology: how do you help a teen learn advanced subjects?
Teenagers and Homeschooling High School
Resources and tips for homeschooling teenagers.
FINISHING HIGH SCHOOL
Advice for DACA participants about Homeschooling High School
While we generally encourage students to homeschool as independently as is comfortable, DACA students may find that being under the legal protection of a homeschool program the easiest way to provide supporting documents of being “currently in school.”
Are We Done Yet? – 4/7/05
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.
GED For Homeschoolers?
Does your teen really need a GED? Information both for teens and parents who need the GED to homeschool legally.
Graduation From Homeschool
From unschoolers’ commencements to formal cap and gown ceremonies, homeschool families mark this transition in unique and creative ways.
Homeschool Diploma Photoshop Template
Diploma with gold lettering and no border. Diploma.ttf font. Edit in Photoshop to customize for your graduate. Print on certificate paper.
Homeschoolers At Work
Young homeschoolers working. Choosing a career. Homeschoolers in the workforce – and succeeding!
Creating portfolios for personal use, jobs or for getting into college.
Help interpreting your high school-level work to make into transcripts for college applications.
Transitioning Beyond Homeschool
Successfully moving into college or career.
CAN HOMESCHOOLERS GO TO COLLEGE?
Homeschoolers can get into the best colleges and universities in the land.
College in High School
Look into concurrent enrollment if you want your homeschooled high schooler to take college classes.
Finding the Right College For You
Do you really want to go? Tours and college fairs, college rankings and other things to consider.
SAT and Other College Tests
Homeschoolers can get pre-college test information at these sites.
So, how do homeschooled teens get admitted to the finest colleges in the land?
Colleges with Homeschool Admission Policies Online
A number of colleges are placing these policies online; a great resource for both homeschoolers and other colleges looking for sample sites.
Help locating ways of financing a college education for your homeschooled teenager.
HOMESCHOOLERS AT COLLEGE
Homeschooled teens tell how they got into college and how they are doing. Articles in college publications that tell how homeschoolers are doing.
From our community: questions and answers about getting into college. Links added.
As you go out into the world, youthful homeschoolers, take this Homeschool Manifesto with you as you enter the cultures of academia and business.
Homeschooling College, Too?
How to get college credit for studying done at home.