10 results for   Category: High School & Beyond Blog


Free Your Homeschool: Embracing Innovation!

Making room for innovation in our day-to-day helps us remember that and keep the beauty of homeschooling in view—even in the high school years.

Curriculum is Not a Book. . . But Books Help

Finding curriculum in the high school years

Book Groups and Movie Nights: Getting Your Teen Reading

Here are three methods that I have found to encourage reading in the teen years.

Planning a High School Homeschool Graduation

Our homeschool group has developed a template over the years for homeschool graduations with details on meeting dates, roles, and financial expenses. This information is kept in a master notebook that is handed down from one coordinator to the next.

Flexibility Brings Opportunity

My name is Abigail, and I’m a homeschool graduate. I loved being homeschooled.

7 Things I Learned from My First Year Homeschooling a High Schooler

Homeschooling through high school may have seemed an intimidating prospect at first, but I'm becoming more comfortable with it as I go.

To My Firstborn on His Graduation

"Everyone always told me it would go by fast, and now I know for myself what they meant. You have a cap and gown, a diploma, and you have picked a college and await your dorm assignment eagerly. . . "

6 Ways to Motivate Your Teen

When you're homeschooling, there are several ways you can motivate your teen to get homework done.

A Teenager in My House: 3 Takeaways

If you are wondering how to cultivate conversations with your teen, here are some ideas! 

Your Teen’s Journey: One for the Recordbooks

Why you should keep a high school transcript after your homeschool student graduates, and where you can get one.