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Kerry Jones is a guest author at LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com and the admin of the web's largest community for secular homeschoolers, SecularHomeschool.com., 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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Kerry's Articles

High School Homeschool Curriculum Reviews

Oh, if we could only sample every curriculum before purchasing. Or better yet, if we could try it for a few weeks to see if it’s going to be a good fit. But we usually can’t. And we often lose valuable money in the bargain. ((Insert long, exasperated sigh here)) The next best thing? ┬áHearing […]


What Does a Homeschooler Need to Do to Transition Back to Public High School?

Most of the parents and students who visit LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com are here because they’ve decided to make the plunge out of the public school system and into homeschooling. But what if you are a long-time homeschooler and are actually realizing that homeschooling all the way through high school isn’t for you? Or maybe you homeschooled for […]


How can I help my homeschooled high schooler get more motivated?

I get asked about motivation. A LOT. Which I assume means that there are either a lot of unmotivated teens out there, or that parents are misreading some of the cues of their teens. The truth is probably a little of both. Adolescence is certainly a time of stagnancy – – at least occasionally. I […]


What About Homeschoolers and Dual Enrollment?

What About Homeschoolers and Dual Enrollment? Regarding homeschoolers and dual enrollment, almost everyone would agree that one of the key advantages of homeschooling is flexibility. We homeschoolers like that we can choose what to study, when to study it, how to study it, and even where to study it. And for homeschooled high schoolers, the […]


Ten Steps Toward Homeschool Graduation

10 steps toward homeschool graduation from Dee Trope


February 2014 Giveaway – My Home School Grades

I received a free trial of My Home School Grades back in the fall and was absolutely blown away. I couldn’t believe I had been struggling to track all my high schooler’s grades/credits/course descriptions manually all this time when a program like this was out there waiting to make my life so much simpler!! I […]


January 2014 Giveaway from Brave Writer

We’re kicking off the New Year with a terrific giveaway for our high school homeschooling family! Brave Writer is offering two lucky site commenters the opportunity to win the Help for High School digital download. Help for High School is a study guide for teens, written to teens, that prepares them for the challenges of […]


January 2014 Giveaway – Official Rules

NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER THIS CONTEST TERM: The Contest will run through January 30, 2013. PRIZE – Two (2) grand prize winners of The Graphic Design Project giveaway will each receive a digital download of “Help for High School” from Brave Writer (Retail Value: $79) ODDS OF WINNING: Odds of winning will be […]


December 2013 Giveaway – Official Rules

NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER THIS CONTEST TERM: The Contest will run through December 31, 2013. PRIZE – Five (5) grand prize winners of The Graphic Design Project giveaway will each receive the graphic design project of their choice – independently carried out. (Retail Value: $23) Two (2) grand prize winners of The Graphic […]


December 2013 Giveaway from The Graphic Design Project

Have an artistic teen at your house? Then you may have already heard about The Graphic Design Project.┬áThe Graphic Design projects are intended for people who want to begin to explore graphic design or who know a bit about it already and who want to build a portfolio. Each project is a short graphic design […]