Saturday, January 27, 2018

Planning to Homeschool Through High School on The Homeschool Post

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Even if your kids are still quite young, chances are that someone has asked you if you plan to homeschool all the way through high school. You've probably asked yourself that question! The prospect of homeschooling through the high school years can cause a bit of worry and stress to most parents, and is downright frightening to some. Let me share some very good news with you - it's not that different from homeschooling during those early years, and it certainly doesn't have to be scary. If you do a bit of planning ahead, you can feel confident and prepared for homeschooling success - all the way through high school!

Homeschooling through high school is a big job, but having graduated three students already and with my fourth a junior this year, I can also assure you that it's very doable, even if the planning and record-keeping aspects don't come easily to you. And since it's one of the most rewarding and worthwhile things I've ever done, let me encourage you to plan to homeschool all the way through high school too! 

Join me over at The Homeschool Post where I share the four general areas of planning for homeschooling through high school. And as always, you'll find lots of helpful articles there about all kinds of homeschool topics. 

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