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    Question New Highschoolers..any site ideas??

    It is time for me to advance two of my three homeschoolers into highschool.. I'm having a little trouble navigating thru this.. If anyone has any inexpensive or free sites in which to use I'd greatly appreciate them!!! Thx so much

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    What kind of things are you looking for? Curriculum? Supplementary?

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    Tink,
    This is the page from our site where I would start: Planning Tools | LetsHomeschoolHighschool.com

    This will lead you to most any of the tools you would need to start your adventure of homeschooling through the high school years....
    Creating this site has been a dream come true!! I hope it will be a help and encouragement to you in your homeschooling journey!!!

    Sincerely,
    Kerry - Site Admin

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    There is some great stuff in that link... I found several things that we are using there. Of course, you always have to sift through free to see if it meets your needs. But FREE is often pretty great!
    Mrs. J - homeschooling six in our crazy eclectic way! Using Spelling City, Time4Learning, and a lot more...and blogging about it at MomSCHOOL!

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    Currently, I subscribe to a site that goes thru 8th grade level curriculum.. They dont offer high school level yet.. I pay a fee and each child can sign in as little or as often as I like and do work, I'm able to moniter their work. I've been extremely happy with this site but they've grown out of it.. I'm looking for something similar. I'd prefer one site for all curriculum but I'm not having any luck!!!!

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    I have been using Ambleside online for some ideas. It is really a Charlotte Mason method site, but their reading list and arts and music listings are extensive. Saxon math is supposed to be excellent but I have not used it--just hearsay.

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