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Jamie Gaddy, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. has been a college education professor for over 17 years. Education has been an integral part of her life in both the classroom and as a principal. Six children later found her dissatisfied with traditional schooling and homeschooling became the better fit. She is also a pastor’s wife, remote project manager, and entrepreneur who now homeschools four of her six children (ages 11-17) in southern Georgia. Jamie loves to share about her homeschool experience and help other homeschoolers find success. Connect with her at [email protected]

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What is Rolling Admission and How Does That Affect Me?

What is it? According to Wikipedia rolling admission is “a policy used by many colleges to admit freshmen to undergraduate programs. Many law schools in the United States also have rolling admissions policies. Under rolling admission, candidates are invited to submit their applications to the university anytime within a large window.” How can it help […]


Creating Your Successful Ivy League College Application

 If it’s your dream to attend an Ivy League School, it’s a dream that will take some forethought. Preparing to attend an Ivy League School is something that must be addressed and planned out well in advance of your high school career. As you enter high school, you should have an overall plan for your […]


What are You Afraid of? Homeschool Foreign Language

One of the most challenging things to incorporate into a homeschool endeavor is the aspect of foreign language. Learning a foreign language does require specific intensive instruction, immersion, and practice. This can be difficult for most parents to provide.  In many cases parents turn to outside help in teaching their students a new language. There […]


Scholarships ending First Quarter 2017

January 2017 Deadlines  ABPA Harrington-Arthur Memorial Scholarship Sponsor: American Backflow Prevention Association Amount: $1,000 Closing Date: January 1, 2017 Description: Scholarship is open to all persons of high school age (at least 13 and no older than age 19 as of December 31, 2016) who are legal residents of the United States or Canada. Applicant […]


Infographic – How to Start Homeschooling

This infographic was created to help new homeschoolers. We hope it will inspire you, as a parent, if you have been considering home education and give your students insights on how to be homeschooled.


The Ultimate Classical Literature Unit Study Resource

Create Your Own Classic Literature Unit Study Teaching High School Literature can be a daunting task unless you have the right tools for the job. We at Let’s Homeschool High School know you’ve got your hands full homeschooling, so we’ve put together a grade-level literature plan for your high school homeschool. This literature plan can […]


Tips for Staying Active during the Holidays

You know how it is. The turkey has barely been digested, and you’re already starting to make your Christmas baking lists. We all get a little food-focused around the holidays – even the kiddos. But there is one sure-fire way to make sure that those extra “trimmings” don’t take their toll, and that is to […]


Black Friday Deals and FREE Planner Download!

These are some deals you don’t want to miss! But, the great thing about these deals, you don’t have to get out of your P.J.’s to shop them. Just fire up that old computer and go shopping. There are a variety of steep discounts from some of the major homeschool vendors… so grab that cup […]


Free Essay Tips and Template Download

  Essay Writing? Cue the scary music… Writing the essay is almost always a daunting task. Even the most experienced writer requires a moment to clear their mind and rehearse the basic format for essays. Knowing this format and following it is key to keeping essay writing skills ready to roll! The standard essay contains […]


What are You Afraid of? Filing the FAFSA

OH. THE. HORROR. Yes, we understand your fears completely when it comes to the FAFSA (aka. The Free Application For Federal Student Aid.) It’s one of those necessary evils when it comes to getting a federal grant, loan, or state grants for college tuition. The benefits can be so very helpful, but getting the application […]