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Why Homeschool High School | Homeschool High School Made Easy 1

What if instead of freaking out, instead of giving up, instead of stressing out about homeschooling high school . . . what if instead, we reinvent the entire process? What if we simplify everything, strip it to the foundation, and find our purpose, our calling our joy — and then pass it on to our young people?

 

Find the Purpose in YOUR Homeschooling

This post is an excerpt from my new book Homeschool High School Made Easy, available on Amazon. Get your copy today!

And don’t miss the prequel, Homeschool Made Easy.

Homeschool Made Easy

4 Comments

  1. I love your blog – your posts are very aesthetically pleasing!
    If someone had asked me, years ago when we started homeschooling, if I would homeschool through graduation, I wouldn’t have known how to answer. I really didn’t know. But, I’ve graduated one with #2 set to graduate soon. It can be done! And, really, it’s a no brainer for the reasons you listed and many more. I have a gifted child, and homeschooling allows her the ability to work at her own (fast) pace, and study those things that are of most interest to her.
    I’m looking forward to the rest of your series!

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  2. Jennifer Dages says

    Just graduated my 1st child last May. I totally agree with all your reasons listed. I also love the flexibility that home school provides to be able to focus on my child’s interests and goals along with giving the general preparation.
    After graduating the first one there are a few things I am doing a bit differently for the 3 to follow. The first one is always kind of an experiment.
    We started home schooling years ago b/c we wanted our family to be the primary influence on our children. I think we accomplished that with the oldest and grateful for our relationship with her and our love for the Lord.

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  3. Homeschooled two through high school and cherished that time with them. I know I wouldn’t repeat my public high school years for anything. I love that my daughters were self-confident and free to just be themselves through their high school years. And they are both doing great at college.

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