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Absolutely! You can start homeschooling your teen at any time—even if they have completed a few years of high school. Make sure to get a partial transcript from the public or private high school and add those classes to your student’s final transcript.

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Summary of Colorado Independent School Law

As an alternative to the homeschool statute, many Colorado families have enrolled their children in an independent or satellite school while teaching them at home. This article offers a detailed explanation of the independent school laws that apply.
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Could Homeschooling Fit My Family?

Love the idea of homeschooling, but feel like “I could never homeschool because . . . ”? Explore the possibilities in this free webinar!
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7 Ways to Find Socialization for My Kids Q&A

Where do homeschool kids make friends and get the social skills they need for adult life – from cues to queues to resolving conflict? Watch this free webinar!
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High School Recommendations: What’s Right for You?

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Grade Levels & Homeschooling

What grade level is my child in? Can we skip or repeat a grade in homeschooling? Take different subjects at different levels? Discover the amazing flexibility of homeschooling with HSLDA Consultant Vicki Bentley and HSLDA Attorney Dan Beasley!
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When Homeschool Generations Link Arms

Homeschooling moms across the generations need each other. While the homeschooling landscape looks different now than it did 40 years ago, our uniting mission should be to support one another.
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Homeschooling: Bridging the Academic Achievement Gap

What does 'educational inequality' mean, and what does homeschooling have to do with it? Read this Court Report cover story to find out all about how homeschooling is bridging the educational gap.
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High School & Beyond

Whether you choose to homeschool your teen for a year or two—or all the way through—it’s a big, yet often rewarding undertaking.
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The Biggest Question: Why?

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The Mississippi Five and the Case of the Missing Case

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