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Jamie Gaddy, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. has been an education professor for over 17 years. She is also a pastor’s wife, freelance writer, and entrepreneur who now homeschools four of her six children (ages 9-15) in a sweet tea sippin’, wrap around porch sittin’, sweet southern Georgia town. Jamie is also a contributing author at Online Education for Kids and MomSCHOOL

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Making a Four-Year High School Plan

Why have a four-year high school homeschool plan? The benefits of having a four-year plan are many. A four-year plan is a common tool for planning out a college-level study, however, bringing this to use for high school is a great way to maximize your time. What are the benefits? Having a four-year plan is the […]


7 Reasons Blogging Will Help You Be a Better Writer

Guest post contributed by Kevin Nelson  It’s no secret that many academics sometimes struggle with writing. After all, writing research papers and academic essays is no fun. If that’s about all the writing you’ve been exposed to, it’s little wonder that you’d feel hesitant. However, blogging is a crucial tool in communicating research topics efficiently. […]


Setting Your Life’s Direction – High School Virtual Conference

REGISTER 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 in determining […]


7 Essential Proofreading Tools to Polish Articles

Academic writing requires skill, proficiency, and lots of expertise. In order to deliver the best content, we must use suitable idioms, proper grammar, and correct spelling. Delivering a paper with errors is a sure way to score a low grade, but it can be detrimental to your academic success overall. We will look careless, negligent, […]


8 Apps College Students Shouldn’t Live Without

Students in this modern era are finding it difficult to survive without technology. A day cannot pass by without students finding themselves online. They are either looking for ways to get entertainment or finding techniques to help them with their day to day activities. Most students are finding it challenging to balance their studies and […]


Top Ten Things Every Traveling Student Should Have

Traveling has been regarded as the best form of education. It broadens the perspective and worldview of the students. As you travel, there are some things that are essential for every traveling student. Let us look at 10 of them.   Portable Charger Yes, these devices still exist and they are priced reasonably. No matter […]


Time4Learning Taste of Freedom Giveaway for March!

This month Time4Learning is offering the members of LetsHomeschoolHighSchool.com a chance to win a 6-month subscription to Time4Learning’s award-winning, online curriculum for up to five children! This is perfect for you to take a much-needed break and enjoy the taste of freedom this online curriculum can bring to your homeschool! Giveaway: 6-month subscription to Time4Learning’s award-winning […]


Tips for Learning a Foreign Language Effectively

Learning at home can be very challenging, and every homeschooled student knows this. When in a classroom, you are far away from the distractions at home, and you are there for the sole purpose of doing exactly the learning part. At home, things are different. So, how does a homeschool student learn a foreign language […]


Infographic: Seven Easy Ways to Prep for the ACT or SAT

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What Are You Afraid of: Starting Mid-Year?

Ready for a Change? Homeschool Mid Year. Starting to homeschool in the middle of the year isn’t something to be afraid of. In fact, a sizable percentage of all homeschoolers report having started homeschooling in the middle of a school year. Finding out “How to Homeschool Mid Year” isn’t a mystery either. You may ask why […]