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High School & Beyond—Special Needs

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Introduction to Recordkeeping

Recordkeeping is really just a way of telling the unique and beautiful tale of your child’s life and education!
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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.
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Get our simple 4-year high school plan form

Use this free 4-year high school form to plan out the courses your homeschool student will take during each year of high school.
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Giving Our High Schoolers the Education They Need

High school homeschooling is not a race that we have to—or should—run alone.
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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.
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Ideas for Teen Writing Projects

Give yourself and your teen some breathing room to enjoy the writing process using these simple suggestions. 
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The Essentials of High School Recordkeeping

High school recordkeeping doesn’t have to be a headache! By following this framework, you can create your own simple system that will clearly present your student’s interests, abilities, and achievements.
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Tips for Writing High School Course Descriptions

How important are high school course descriptions? And how do I write them?
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Free High School Transcript Templates

Learn when to use a semester-grade transcript instead of a final-grade transcript—and download our free blank forms!
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Community College (and Other Alternative Routes to College Credit)

Have you considered community college for your teen? It can form an affordable bridge from high school to a four-year
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How to Calculate a Grade Point Average (GPA)

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Where Do I Start? Accommodations for Tests Like the SAT, ACT, CLT, PSAT, and AP

Does your homeschooled teen have documented learning difficulties—and struggle with formal testing? Are you concerned tests like AP, PSAT, SAT, ACT, and CLT won’t reflect your child’s true abilities? Here’s how to apply for accommodations.
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AP Exams and AP Courses

AP Exams and courses give your teen the opportunity to delve into college-level work, earn college credit or advanced placement, and save both time and money.
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SAT Subject Tests

These high school tests are a great way to demonstrate the rigor of a homeschooled student’s educational program.
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Homeschooled High Schoolers and the GED

Does your student need a GED? The short answer is no—if your student finishes his or her high school program, a homeschool diploma is in order!
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Taking the PSAT

Here’s everything you need to know about the PSAT, which prepares teens for college entrance exams and also makes them eligible for scholarships.
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What Information Goes on My High Schooler’s Transcript?

Are you wondering: What information is essential to have on my homeschooled teen's transcript? Is it important to use a specific kind of paper? Who signs it? Find answers and options right here!
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Simplifying the ACT Accommodations Process for Homeschoolers

Here’s a walk through the actual detailed steps from registration and documentation to submitting your application.
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