Reflections from a homeschool Mom as she passes the torch to the next step – college
Homeschooling in high school can be a challenge, and it’s definitely something people wonder if it’s possible at all. Beyond just academics, many parents worry that the emotional ups and downs of teenagers will create a difficult environment, more than they are able to handle on their own. Parenting a teenager has not always been […]
Most introductions to homeschooling start at elementary level, preschool or kindergarten. But what if your child started at a traditional school and you’re starting your homeschool journey only after 5th grade? A favorite resource of mine, Mary Pride’s Complete Guide to Getting Started in Homeschooling, is extremely helpful in setting goals and prioritizing. She writes from a […]
Do you have a child starting college soon? 10 pieces of advice they need before getting started!
Most families feel relatively confident they will be able to homeschool in the elementary years, but as your student gets older, your confidence wanes. What if you didn’t do well in high school? What if you didn’t go to school in this country? These are reasonable concerns, but not reasons to walk away from homeschooling […]