Many homeschool parents really wonder about continuing through highschool? It seems harder. Questions that some to mind:
  • “Can I really get into college if I go to homeschool all the way through high school?”
  • “Will I be able to teach my son or daughter subjects like physics and calculus at home?”
  • “Can I have more independence and choice about what courses I take if I homeschool?”
  • “Will I be able to figure out how to make my own high school transcript?”
The answer is that it is not that hard to homeschool through highschool as long as you think of yourself more as of “conductor of resources” and not a “one-man band”!
Thousands of homeschool graduates are going to collegeworking as engineers, teachers, veterinarians, commercial pilots,
and even homeschooling their OWN children!
Here are some resources to help you get started:
1. Homeschooling High School – A resource center and support organization.
The fact is that the reasons to homeschool, or not homeschool, change as the students grow, there is always a special possibility that homeschooling can supply a special education emphasizing and developing the unique talents and interests of your children. That is the question.
While there are many choices, Time4Learning has recently launched an online homeschool high school program.  For content info:

o   High school home school English:

o   High school home school Science:

o   High school Social Studies:

For more general information on homeschooling high school, here are some valuable resources:

Homeschoolers should be particularly aware of getting some benchmark materials to colleges which demonstrate that they are capable of doing college level work. Many admission officers look at homeschool transcripts and don’t find enough external validation to feel comfortable accepting the students.  Be sure to think hard about standardized tests that help colleges understand what your academic level. In addition to the SAT & ACT, think about subject tests such as:

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