This book shows you how to homeschool through high school with such chapters as "Emergency Quick Start to Homeschooling Teen" for those who find themselves instantly homeschooling, "Required Areas of Study," "What Exactly is Junior High?" and "Setting Educational Goals." Also includes graduation requirements, course description,
Homeschooling parents are often faced with a difficult decision when their child reach high school age. Typically, the parents feel that they are just not able to teach the more demanding academic courses which are required at the high school level. As a result, many parents feel that the must send their children to the public schools for a proper high school education. In this seminar, Dr. Jay L. Wile, a former assistant professor of chemistry at Ball State University and Indiana University, will explain why such a decision is not in the best interest of the student.
Using data gathered from many different sources, including his own experience teaching at the high school level, Dr. Wile shows that the last place ... more
10 Simple Steps to a Higher Score-in Less Than 1 Week! Crash Course for the ACT is designed for the student who has put off studying until the last minute. It details the most critical tools and rules students need to get a good score with only limited prep time, and includes:
Strategies to ace the exam
Dozens of practice questions
Detailed answer explanations to help students avoid making the same mistakes twice
You can design a solid high school program that both maximizes educational freedom and leads to successful college admission! Find answers to your questions about grading scales, diplomas, entrance exams, scholarships, application procedures, and much more, all while maintaining your family's ideal balance between autonomy and accountability in your home high school.
Using real life stories from dozens of families, this book reveals the secrets of making homeschooling work for you and your teen. You"ll discover how to: work with your teen to create a unique, individual learning experience, make coursework interesting, challenging, and fun, allow your teen to discover the best vocational path, including selecting a college, and more.
The majority of Christians approach the "who, what, when, why, where, and how" of higher education blindly. They are either handicapped by false notions that a college degree is a prerequisite for success, or they abandon altogether the importance of post-high school education. The goal in this controversial compact disc set is to clear away the intellectual and factual debris and to open a path for parents to use clear biblical analysis to determine whether college is a wise choice for their child. It takes a hard look at the realities of the college classroom and culture and examines the strengths and weaknesses of various alternatives to college. Failure to address this question may result in the spiritual d ... more
For homeschool parents overwhelmed at the prospect of teaching their teenagers, High School at Home offers great help. This user-friendly educational guide enables busy moms and dads to: Design a program based on your student's future goals. Understand college entrance requirements. Establish guidelines for your high school course of study. Credit and grade textbook, living book, and project courses. Calculate a grade point average. Compile a transcript. Create courses which meet the unique needs of your student. Keep simple but thorough records.
Studies estimate that up to 1.5 million children nationwide are currently homeschooled. With such a large number of future college applicants hailing from a homeschooling background, there is a greater need than ever for clear, concise information on howto effectively prepare a homeschooler for college. Preparing Your Homeschooler for College provides valuable insights on such homeschooling necessities such as: -- Recordkeeping and preparation of transcripts -- College preparatory work -- College admissions process -- Special requirements colleges request of homeschoolers -- Hurdles homeschoolers may face seeking financial aid -- Finding the right college for each homeschooler -- Helping a homeschoo ... more