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Building on a Sure Foundation
As your child grows older, you may be considering high school at home - but you've got your doubts! Why is homeschooling high school a crucial decision for your teen? How is it possible? What help is available? I'll answer your questions; but more importantly, I'll encourage and challenge you to explore the steps you should take as you weigh the possibility of teaching high school at home.Developing a Plan for High School
Building on a Sure Foundation [63kB PDF]
How do you plan a program for your high school homeschooler? What subjects do you teach and when? Do you follow a basic high school plan, a general college prep plan, or a rigorous college prep plan? How do you evaluate credits? Determine grades for a course? What about the need for a transcript and diploma? If you are just beginning to think about homeschooling during the high school years, this seminar will help you organize your thoughts and begin laying the groundwork for a viable four-year plan.High School Transcript Clinic
Developing a Plan for High School [62kB PDF]
Creating a high school transcript is easy yet a vital part of your child’s high school records. In this practical seminar you’ll create a transcript that can be used as a pattern when designing your own. I’ll guide you through transcript essentials, evaluation of credit, grading guidelines and scales, and calculation of grade point averages (GPA’s). In addition, you’ll receive sample transcripts depicting other formats for you to consider.The College Admissions Process: The Homeschooled Student’s Guide
High School Transcript Clinic [54kB PDF]
You are not only your child’s teacher; you are also his guidance counselor! Find out how to maneuver through the entire college admissions process, from narrowing down the selection of colleges to filling out college applications, applying for financial aid, and asking the right questions that will help you discern whether your child is spiritually, academically, and emotionally prepared for college.Recordkeeping for High School
The College Admissions Process: The Homeschooled Student’s Guide [70kB PDF]
Why is documentation of high school course work important? Keeping good records does not need to be time consuming or burdensome; it will actually save you time and effort in the long run. Learn what, when, and how to track your student's progress through high school. It’s easier than you think and more important than you realize!
Recordkeeping for High School [59kB PDF]
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