Lets Homeschool High School Directory

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  • Homeschool history

    The study of high school history is one of those subjects in which many view the facts as treasures waiting to be picked up and memorized. While passionate history loving teachers assert that history is best learned by being “caught” instead of “taught”, a passion for history and the knowledge that one can gain from [...]
  • Homeschool history

    The study of high school history is one of those subjects in which many view the facts as treasures waiting to be picked up and memorized. While passionate history loving teachers assert that history is best learned by being “caught” instead of “taught”, a passion for history and the knowledge that one can gain from [...]
  • Homeschooler's Guide to Teaching High School Health and PE

    Another wonderful aspect of homeschooling is the fact that Health and PE (among other supposedly “less important” subjects) can be thoroughly maximized and enjoyed by the homeschool student. In fact, fulfilling a Health and PE requirement in high school has endless possibilities. However, the first stop in determining your Health and PE course of study [...]
  • Homeschooler's Guide To Teaching High School Bible

    Why Teach Homeschool Bible? Many homeschoolers believe that having a daily Bible lesson is an essential aspect of educating the whole person. Though Bible isn’t a required subject, homeschoolers feel its importance and count Bible as an elective credit. For many, Bible is the time of day that focuses them on the things of life [...]
  • Homeschooler's Guide to High School Credits

    If you are preparing a high school transcript for a homeschooler, and he or she has used a variety of different materials, outside courses and curricula to complete their coursework, then you may be wondering how to tally the credits for the courses they have taken. The purpose of this guide is to help you [...]
  • homeschool foreign language

    I think all of us can agree that it really pays to be bilingual, however, foreign language study is surely not everyone’s cup of tea. Foreign language often helps students augment their understanding of their own language in addition to the new language that they are learning. However, a fully rounded high school education must [...]
  • Homeschool history

    The study of high school history is one of those subjects in which many view the facts as treasures waiting to be picked up and memorized. While passionate history loving teachers assert that history is best learned by being “caught” instead of “taught”, a passion for history and the knowledge that one can gain from [...]
  • Homeschool High School Science

    For years, we’ve been doing science, taking walks, examining leaves, dissecting flowers, raising butterflies… all of it intensely fun. Yet now, (or in the near future) those “fun” science lessons are morphing into some SERIOUS high school science, for which we assume all “fun” is over. Let me tell you from experience, this doesn’t have [...]
  • High school English

    From Shakespeare to transitive verbs, making facts live in the study of English is crucial. Yet, since the study of English or Language Arts as most educators refer to it – is the foundational subject for all other study it is vital that these facts “live.” Could we study mathematics without an understanding of language? [...]
  • Homeschooler's Guide to Teaching High School Math

    For the average homeschooling parent teaching high school can be a bit intimidating. Mention homeschooling the high school maths like Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry and you see their eyes begin to glaze over. Sure, not every one enjoys math, but homeschoolers take heart… even math haters can homeschool their children successfully. Homeschooling math has been [...]