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Focus Tips by Grade for the High School Homeschooler

September 13, 2018

With the beginning of the homeschool year underway there are certain things parents should keep in mind to kick off a productive (and hopefully fun) school year. This might be the first year of middle school or the last year of high school, either way there are important milestones that need to be reached at […]


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ON DEMAND – High School Virtual Conference

September 7, 2018

GET ON-DEMAND ACCESS NOW! Let’sHomeschoolHighschool.com has partnered with Homeschool.com to bring you a long-awaited solution for highschoolers wondering how to map out their future! With several keynote speakers and a great lineup of speakers through panel discussions including admissions counselors as well as college alternative advocates, your high schooler is sure to find some much-needed help […]


Next in our series: moving from homeschool to college!

College Life Series: Successful Steps From Homeschool to College

August 30, 2018

Ever wonder how homeschoolers make it into college? If you’re teaching a high school student at this time, college is likely on your mind. But, how do homeschoolers do it? Can they apply for scholarships? Keep reading to find out how all of this is done! Homeschooling High School Students Whether you’re new to homeschooling […]


6 Books Your Highschooler Should Be Reading Right Now

August 14, 2018

With all of the classic must read books for high schoolers out there what are some newer books that are a must for teens to read? Here are six that I plan on adding to my own student’s book list. All of the teen main characters featured face unsurmountable challenges and turmoil during turbulent times. […]


College Life Series: Financial Planning and Scholarships

August 6, 2018

Congratulations! You’ve finally been accepted into the college of your choice and you’re on top of the world, right? Wait a minute. How will you be paying for the next four (or more) years of education?  Do you have a college fund? Attending a state school is helpful in keeping costs down, but are there […]


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Coffee and Curriculum: Figuring It Out for Fall

August 1, 2018

As we begin to say goodbye to summer, the realization that fall is right around the corner can be overwhelming. But, getting ready for a new homeschool year can be exciting! We at LetsHomeschoolHighSchool.com have seen more “back to homeschool” years than we care to admit, but the best advice is to embrace preparation! Curriculum […]


College Life Series: Tracking College Credits

July 28, 2018

About to start college? Freshman year is such an exciting (and somewhat scary) time!  Wondering if you’re ready for this whole – college thing? From the start, it is very important to be making a four year plan in order to maximize time spent learning. This will also help to ensure graduation happens when you […]


5 Ways to Keep your Homeschool Students Engaged During the Summer

July 25, 2018

Summer is here! For homeschool families this may mean a break from your normal school routine, but it doesn’t have to be a break from learning. In fact, summer is the perfect time of year to explore the many educational opportunities that exist outside your home, or to allow your students the chance to pursue […]


Colleges Perfect for Special Needs Students

July 17, 2018

As educational institutions work to better understand students’ unique learning abilities, you’ll find more and more colleges with programs for special needs students. Not only have colleges that accept IEP students gotten better at structuring their college programs, but their admissions department has improved their process to recognize potential candidates from different schooling methods. Like […]


Need help choosing a fall homeschool curriculum?

Coffee and Curriculum: Creating Your Own Summer Curriculum

June 29, 2018

Summer is FINALLY here, and it’s a great time to ramp up all the fun activities you enjoyed doing during the school year. When you were on a time crunch during the school year, you had to stop whether your students wanted to keep learning or not. Now that it’s summer, you have plenty of […]