Tough Love Teens and Boundaries on Technology

Tough Love: Teens and Setting Boundaries on Technology

November 2, 2019

There is really no way around it, technology is everywhere! When used constructively it can be a phenomenal tool in just about every facet of your life. When used in excess the negative consequences can far outweigh the benefits received through the use of technology. There can be psychological effects, social withdrawal, safety concerns, and […]

why the psat is a big deal

Why the PSAT really is a big deal!

October 17, 2019

Testing can strike fear in the mind of any student but if your homeschool student especially isn’t accustomed to test taking it can be an even bigger deal. Yet, if your student dreams of attending college then test taking is a necessary step in the process. A good way to start is with the PSAT. […]

Homeschooling High School Cheap or Free

Homeschooling High School Cheap or Free!

October 14, 2019

Are finances tight? Does your budget limit how much you can spend on homeschooling high school?   Then you’re probably here for one of two reasons: You need to find a way to homeschool high school for FREE! You need to find a high school solution that costs very little!   We understand because we’ve […]

Scholarships Ending In October, November, December 2019

Scholarships Ending In October, November, December 2019

October 9, 2019

Scholarships Ending in October 2019 4-H Youth in Action Amount: 4 Students, $5,000 per student Closing Date: October 21, 2019 Description: The 4-H Youth in Action Program recognizes four confident young leaders who are 4-H members or alumni between the ages of 16-19 in our core pillar areas of Agriculture, Civic Engagement, Healthy Living & […]

How to Use AP Courses in Your Homeschool

How To Use AP Courses in Your Homeschool

October 8, 2019

First off, what are AP courses? AP/Advanced Placement courses is a program that is run by College Board. This program gives high school students the opportunity to take college credit courses while they are still in high school. These classes will earn your student college credit and/or qualify them for more advanced classes when they […]

Vocabulary Spelling City Giveaway!

Vocabulary Spelling City Giveaway For October!

September 30, 2019

Homeschooling the Fine Arts

Homeschooling the Fine Arts!

The fine arts typically bring out either a “love” or “hate” relationship! Teaching music, or drama, or even art can seem daunting if you as the parent don’t have these skills. However, statistics show that students who engage in some form of fine art elective seem to be more relaxed and learn a variety of […]

Tips for Homeschooling a High Schooler with Special Needs

Tips for Homeschooling a High Schooler with Special Needs

September 28, 2019

Can I homeschool my high schooler who has special needs?  YES! It will not always be the easiest undertaking but the effort put forth by you and your child will reap innumerable long time benefits. Here are some stories of parents that have homeschooled their children with special needs. Life with a Child with ADHD […]

Is the CLT a Good Alternative to the SAT or ACT Test?

Is the CLT a Good Alternative to the SAT or ACT Test?

September 19, 2019

College may be on the horizon for your homeschool student and testing is one of the first steps in getting accepted into the college of their choice. The two most recognized tests being the SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) and the ACT. (American College Test) A third test option is becoming more and more accepted by […]

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Take Our Homeschool Survey and Win!

Thank you for participating! The survey is now closed! Help us – Help You! Homeschooling is always changing, and we know homeschooling high school is too! Help us create tailor-made content for you by answering our quick 8-question survey. Chance to Win! When you submit your survey you will be entered into a drawing to […]