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Jackie, a former public and private school teacher, enjoys homeschooling her 16 year old daughter via Time4Learning's new high school courses and other supplementals. Jackie keeps busy writing study guides, educational articles, and literature units for various online education companies as well as acting as an online marketing consultant. She is a contributing author at 3 D Learners.

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Let’s Homeschool High School January 2014 Blog Hop

Happy January everyone! Jackie here from Let’sHomeschoolHighSchool.com. I trust you have recovered from the merriment of the holidays. Christmas is such a great family time. I hope your family was truly blessed. Now, on the future!  This month we will focus on Looking Forward or Looking Back. The new year brings new opportunities for your […]

Let’s Homeschool High School December Blog Hop~Scheduling: Yea or Nay?

Happy December everyone! Jackie here from LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com. Are you still feeling stuffed from eating all the delicious Thanksgiving goodies? Aren’t you thankful holiday food has zero calories and no fat! I’ve always wished Thanksgiving and Christmas were further apart. You just finish with one major holiday and the next one is knocking at the door. […]

10 Creative Ways to Celebrate the Holiday Season with Your Teen

The holiday season is full of parties, shopping, special events, baking, and traveling. Sometimes we are so wrapped up in all the festivities, we forget that celebrating with our very own family is one of the most important things we need to do. Having a holly, jolly holiday and New Year is not as hard […]

November 2013 Let’s Homeschool High School Blog Hop

Happy November everyone! Jackie here from LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com. I don’t know about you, but I’m more than happy with the cooler weather in my neck of the woods, AND my pocketbook is thrilled! How is my pocketbook thrilled? Cooler weather means no AC, just open the windows and breathe in the sweet fresh air. We’ve had […]

Seven Learning Styles for High School

If you have more than one child, no doubt you have discovered they do not learn the same way even though they live in the same house, are being taught by the same person, and are growing up in similar circumstances and environments. Maybe your son learned to read using a healthy dose of phonics, […]

Let’s Homeschool High School October Blog Hop

Happy October everyone! Jackie here from Let’sHomeschoolHighschool.com. By now most of us have a little of this semester’s schooling under our belt, perhaps just enough to find we have a few lovely kinks! You know the ones–the fantastic curriculum you just had to have that your child utterly hates. The great co-op class you signed […]

Let’s Homeschool High School September Blog Hop

Happy September everyone! Jackie here from LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com. Back to school time is finally here for most everyone. I know many of you actually started in August and some of you school year round, but the buzz is everywhere. The season is marked with exciting back to school sales on supplies and clothes, tax-free weekends, purchasing […]

ACT and SAT: A Guide to College Entrance Exams and Learning Disabilities

Disabilities are Considered a Diversity When students graduate from high school or reach age 21, their rights under the IDEA come to an end. So what does this mean for students who plan on attending college and must take either the ACT or SAT? According to David Montesano, admission strategist in Bellevue, WA (College Match […]

Standardized Tests for College Admissions: An Overview

There are two main standardized tests used by most colleges, the SAT and the ACT. The SAT is administered by the College Board, a nonprofit organization. The ACT is administered by the American College Testing program. The intent of both standardized tests is to guide college admissions officers in deciding whether students will be academically […]

High School Summer Internships

Internships are akin to the apprenticeship of years gone by. Under an apprenticeship, an artisan (skilled laborer) teaches another person, usually a younger person, his or her particular trade. In exchange for the mentoring, the trainee agrees to work for the teacher for a specified length of time. The biggest difference between an apprenticeship and […]