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High School Internet Home Schooling

Practical Tips For Homeschooling High School Level

Home schooling your child at any age is a huge undertaking. You as a parent assume the responsibility of parent and teacher. There are state regulations to comply with. Once your child reaches high school age homeschool becomes a whole different ball game.

Before you embark on the quest to home school a high school student be sure you are not only aware of your state’s requirements for graduation but you should also star to see what colleges your child will want to possibly attend and start gearing the home school high school courses towards those colleges.

Another fact that you must be aware of is that although you may meet state graduation requirements, many colleges will not accept a home school high school diploma unless it is from an accredited high school.

Your home school high school is not going to get accredited by the time your child graduates so have a plan to do one of the following: get a GED, your child can take the GED the day after the local high school graduates;work with an accredited internet home school high school program – the diploma is as good as one from a private school, or work with colleges that understand and accept homeschoolers, there are many.

Harvard and Yale are two homeschool friendly colleges. For more information on how to get kids into college read some of the books by Miki Colfax. He and his wife homeschooled their boys. One graduated from Harvard and the other from Yale.

So it is possible to get a great college education with only homeschooling as a background.There are many really good internet home schools and I would implore to research these unless you have a tremendous amount of time, effort and teaching skills to put forward.

The average parents are not the Colfax’s and the best opportunity you can give your child is to make the transition to college easier. The GED test should be a breeze to anyone with an average high school education however some people are prejudiced toward a GED and it may make a difference in some cases.

As far as employment goes, a home school high school diploma is more than ample proof of a high school education. Why internet schooling? Homeschooling on the internet makes life very orderly and streamlined. It allows children to interact with teaches and sometimes a video classroom.

This is important when tough subject matter such as AP courses or calculus or physics comes up. Not every homeschool parent can teach all of the required high school subjects. Internet home schooling makes sense if you want an accredited high school curriculum for your child.

It takes all of the legwork out of the homeschool planning. The hardest part of homeschooling is developing a curriculum. If you can get that done for you, it’s a blessing. So where do you start. If you want a Christian education try The Grace Academy.

Another place to try is edanywhere.com. This is an affordable high school home schooling program. Overall, it is your choice to homeschool your child. Be sure that you know all about high school internet home schooling before you embark on this important journey.


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