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More Big Questions About High School

What about life after graduation? Will my child be able to get a job, go to college, join the military, pursue a trade?

What Will My Teen Do After Graduation?


Introduction: Exploring Options, Discovering and Preparing for a Career

Homeschooling in high school doesn’t mean just getting our teens to graduation. A big part of our task is helping our students figure out what to do next after high school—and then using the high school years to prepare them.

General High School Plan

This sample high school plan would be appropriate for students entering the workforce, the military, vocational schools (including tech or trade), or apprenticeship programs directly after graduating.

You Can Homeschool Through High School!

Learn about homeschooling through high school, transcripts, dual-enrollment, accreditation, creating a 4-year plan, and more from HSLDA Senior Counsel Mike Donnelly, HSLDA Director of Group Services Darren Jones, and an HSLDA High School Consultant.

Level playing fields for homeschool grads

HSLDA's position, now and always, is that homeschool grads with parent-issued diplomas should be treated just like their public school peers. HSLDA has been working for years to that end.

On the Double: HSLDA Helps Veteran Overcome Discrimination in Two Hours

Even after years of military service, this homeschool graduate found his high school credentials being questioned by a university admissions staffer. He reached out to HSLDA for help.

Daniel Beasley, Esq.

Dan is an attorney, homeschooling dad, and homeschool graduate who provides legal guidance and answers questions for HSLDA member families in 13 states.

Creating My Teen’s High School Plan

Getting ready to homeschool your high schooler—or already started? Now is the best time to make a plan! By mapping out your teen’s courses ahead of time, you can stay on course all the way through graduation.

Average to Strong College Prep Plan

This sample high school plan would be appropriate for students entering community college or applying to most four-year colleges and universities.