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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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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 […]

10 Great Winter Studies for High School Students

Ah, those long cold days where you are stuck inside just looking for something to do. Take advantage of the time and do some high school winter study! Incorporate ideas into a science experiment, visit places that can prompt a study, or add some great books on winter to your couch, blanket, and fire routine. […]

Internet Safety Rules Printable

Internet safety is a concerning aspect of technology of which everyone should be aware.  Computers and tablets make homeschooling incredibly easier, making technology an invaluable tool – with a dangerous side. However, with a few simple steps and incorporating a few rules, you can head off dangerous situations and educate your children and teens to […]

What’s Happened to the College Degree?

With the ever-rising cost of college tuition, an excess of people with bachelor’s degrees, job scarcity, and the ever-increasing online business opportunities, it’s not surprising that today’s high school graduates are wondering what the purpose of four years of college may be? Sadly, there are some negative side effects to the standardization of college education. […]

Interview with Homeschooler Zoe Capps

Hello! Thanks for participating. We’d love for you to share some information about yourself if you don’t mind. Hi! My name is Zoe and I live in North Carolina. I have been Homeschooling for 11 years.  I have been volunteering at a state park for the last 6 years in the fall and in the […]

Scholarships Ending in October, November, and December

Scholarships Ending in October CollegeWeekLive Scholarship Sponsor: CollegeWeekLive, LLC Amount: $1,000 Closing Date: 11:59 Eastern Time on the last day of the month Description: Scholarship is open to students who will enroll no later than the fall of 2019 in an accredited post-secondary institution of higher learning (college, university or trade school). Open to both U.S. and non-U.S. students. […]

VocabularySpellingCity.com Giveaway

LHSHS VSC Giveaway! Homeschoolers: VocabularySpellingCity® is the Ideal Program to Boost Student Success VocabularySpellingCity is the ideal program to boost vocabulary, spelling, and reading comprehension–key factors to student success. You can use your weekly word lists with any of our 35 learning games. Students will feel like they’re playing while they master each week’s words. Practice […]

Homeschooler’s Guide to College Scholarships

What is a scholarship and how can it help me? College scholarships came into existence in the mid 1900’s  with an effort to help stem the costs of rising tuition. It’s incredible that a year at college costs an average of $25,000. Today, scholarships are what most students depend on to complete their college education. […]

Homeschool Driver’s Ed and License Information

At Let’sHomeschoolHighSchool.com we’ve got a lot of collective years of experience helping our teens learn to drive and finding out the best methods of getting a driver’s license as a homeschool student. It is a pretty straightforward process, but there are a few options that you can choose from. Driver’s Education ResourcesFirst, as a homeschooler you […]