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NaNoWriMo for High School Homeschool

October 25, 2014

What is NaNoWriMo? Many would-be writers know the meaning of the acronym NaNoWriMo.  It stands for National Novel Writing Month and takes place every November.  It is a month long writing journey that allows writers of every age to immerse themselves in the novel writing experience.  The goal is for adult participants to pen 50,000 […]


Turn Your Teen’s Passion Into A Career

October 7, 2014

Turn your teen’s passion into a career for homeschooling highschool from Let’s Homeschool High School


Looking Back at Dual Enrollment

Looking Back at Dual Enrollment

September 15, 2014

In this “Looking Back” series, I’ve been doing just that – looking back on my homeschool experience and sharing my tips or suggestions for high school.  However, I never dual enrolled.  Therefore, this post is a bit different than usual.  You see, up until now, every post has suggested styles, curricula, and schedules that I […]


September 2014 Homeschool Highschool Blog Hop – Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

September 3, 2014

September already! I think that was the fastest the summer has gone by for us in a very long time. Hello everyone, Katie here from LHSHS. I am so pleased that our LHSHS Blog Hop is back after its summer vacation, and you’re stopping by to join us. Are you already cruising along in your […]


ACT or SAT for Homeschoolers?

August 29, 2014

ACT or SAT for Homeschooling High School from Let’s Homeschool High School


15 Science Projects for Homeschool High School

August 22, 2014

15 Science Projects for Homeschool High School from Let's Homeschool High School


10 Back to Homeschool Essentials for High School

August 13, 2014

Get the gears moving again with back-to-homeschool essentials for high school homeschool from Let’s Homeschool High School


Getting Organized for the New High School Homeschool Year

August 11, 2014

Did August kind of sneak up on you this year? I’m hard pressed to accept that summer is waning already. Yet, the calendar doesn’t usually purposely try to psych me out, so I suppose that means that it really is back-to-homeschool time. Let’s not panic though, shall we? Instead, let’s explore some things we can […]


Ask A Homeschooler: Response to Lilia

August 8, 2014

Hello everyone!  Tia here, answering another homeschooling question. Lilia asks: Which online homeschooling do you think is good? One that a teacher doesn’t have to come to your house but you learn yourself . I am a new homeschooled and just need help in this and I want my parents to let me homeschool cause […]


Fun Inexpensive Ways to Learn to Draw Over the Summer

August 6, 2014

This is part of our summer learning slideshow series. Click here to view other items in this series.