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Kerry Jones is a guest author at and the admin of the web's largest community for secular homeschoolers,, She is a "homeschooling alumnus", having graduated both sons who were each homeschooled from kindergarten. You can follow Kerry on Google Plus by adding her to your circles.

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Bring a Writing Teacher Along on Your Summer Vacation

Have you been scanning travel sites looking for the location of your family’s summer travel adventure? Or filling out the forms (in triplicate!) for summer camp? Maybe your teen has been scouring Craigslist looking for the perfect summer job? As you make all your plans for the upcoming summer break, don’t leave out learning. We’ve […]

Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching High School 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 […]

Why Not Just Homeschool College?

Have you noticed? Colleges, universities, and local community colleges are making a swift transition toward online learning. Almost every day, there is some new announcement from an institution of higher learning about how they are now offering “this program” or “that course” completely online. Are Lectures Obsolete? University of Adelaide vice-chancellor Warren Bebbington recently declared […]

Dual Enrollment In Your State

One of the most wonderful opportunities for many high-schooled homeschoolers is the chance to take one or more college courses while they are still in high school. Not only can it be a venue for “outsourcing” some of the more lab-intensive or collaboration-improved courses, but it also allows home schoolers to get a head start […]

10 Back to Homeschool Essentials for High School

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

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 […]

10 Things I Never Expected When I Started Homeschooling

Homeschool graduate Tia shares the ten things that most surprised her about homeschooling! Click through the slides below to view them all, then drop in and ask one of our homeschooled high schoolers your own question on our Ask A Homeschooler page. 10 Things I Never Expected When I Started Homeschooling 

15 Books Twelfth Graders Should Read

15 Books 12th Graders Should Read By Let’s Homeschool High School from Dee Trope

High School Graduation Requirements by State

While homeschoolers are not bound by the graduation requirements of their home state, many still want to be able to compare their credits and coursework with the guidelines of their state department of education. is providing the following informational links as a service for parents and students who want to view them. STATE GRADUATION […]

Download: Template for College Application Letter

Writing a college application letter can be a nerve-wracking! We’ve been there and understand what it takes. So, we’ve designed a college application letter template to help you simplify the process. We hope these tips and letter template will help you write a college application letter that will make the admissions officers at your college […]