Homeschooling Through High School: What Do you Need to Know?

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Posted on Feb 21 2015 - 1:00am by Erin
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I’m delighted to be back as part of the Enchanted Homeschooling Mom team! One of the new topics I’ll be covering is homeschooling through high school.

What makes me even remotely qualified to write this? Well, I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not an expert! That being said, I have 10+ years of homeschooling under my belt, one 22 year old graduate, and a beginning grade 9 student right now. So I do know something about the topic. I also know quite a bit about what NOT to do!

Homeschooling Through High School: What Do you Need to Know?

The thing is, what works for us in our situation and our place of residence may not be what you need to know. If you’re in Australia or Brazil or somewhere, me telling you about the laws in a Canadian province will just frustrate you. So here’s what I propose: I would like you, the readers, to hit me in the comments section with your pressing questions. You ask, I’ll pick one or two questions at a time, and research (I love to do research) to get you your answers in a subsequent post. Sound good? 

Once in a while I may post some more general information, too, like fabulous links for transcript preparation, or curricula for the various grade levels. But I want my priority to be answering what you really need to know. We can find all this out together!

Ok, I’m ready if you are! Comment with your questions, or if you’re embarrassed or shy you can email me instead at theusualmayhem at gmail dot com. I promise to be discreet if you ask me not to reveal your identity. Let’s start a conversation!

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