Homeschooling Thru High School
You can Before H.S. During H.S. After H.S. Resources FAQs Blog

High School Consultant's Blog
Archive: August 2010
8/25/2010 2:23:38 PM
Homeschool Scholarships

Do you own a business or work for a company who would be willing to set up a scholarship benefiting homeschoolers? Or is your teen looking for scholarships targeted towards homeschoolers? Answers to both of these questions can be found at the website, Homeschool Scholarships. Even if you have graduated your children from high school, here is a way to continue serving the homeschool community.

8/18/2010 2:56:03 PM
Homeschool Moms Science Retreat and Workshop

For moms who want to improve their science teaching skills and learn how to best prepare their high schoolers for college science, The Homeschool Science Academy is offering a Moms’ Science Retreat in a beautiful mountain retreat center in North Carolina on October 3 – 5, 2010. 

8/16/2010 10:14:26 AM
Clicks for Homeschooling

Here’s a great way to help homeschoolers any time you shop online: purchase materials online from a company that gives to the Home School Foundation.

All you have to do is go to Clicks for Homeschooling (under the “Resources and Shopping” tab at our homepage: www.hslda.org) and click on the link to the store of your choice. Then you shop just like normal, and the store will track that you came from the HSLDA site and give a percentage of what you spend to the Foundation.

You don’t have to pay any extra—all you have to do is go to the HSLDA Clicks site first, and the company you are buying from does the rest.

The Foundation has this affiliate agreement with dozens of retailers including Amazon.com, Answers in Genesis, Family Christian Stores, Rosetta Stone, Barnes and Noble, National Geographic, Staples, and many, many others.

8/11/2010 11:59:17 AM
High School Psychology Course

If your teen is college bound, most likely he/she will be required to take an intro level Psychology course in college.  Prepare your teen for this possibility by completing a high school course developed by a homeschool dad, Dr. Tim Rice, entitled Homeschool Psych: Preparing Christian Home School Students for Psychology 101.

Authors
Archive