I don’t need to tell you — homeschooling makes for a very busy life. Your days are full and your mind is constantly overflowing.
Ever worry you’ll forget something? (Do I even need to ask?)
I worried the first time I graduated a homeschooler. I was afraid to forget to do certain things — things that could impact (even harm) my student later on.
Writing things down was helpful. Making lists helped a lot.
For me, keeping lists right in front of my face was important, too. To this day, I still have a cork board above my desk where I hang the really, really important stuff.
Are you ready to graduate a high schooler?
Do you wish you had a list of important things — so you don’t forget?
I created a high school graduation check-list for you.
On it, you’ll find all of the things you need to do before buttoning up the high school years and graduating your student.
I have included the really important things — like checking curriculum requirements, making up transcripts, making sure your student can write a decent essay, and more.
And because every state is a little different, I also included checking your state’s laws to make sure you’ve met any requirements for your particular area.
On the Cheat Sheet, I included some optional things, such as ordering a class ring and planning a graduation celebration. Not every family does that stuff, but they’re on there — in case you’d like to enjoy them, too.
I think my Cheat Sheet should help ease the anxiety of forgetting something — after it’s already too late. Take a look, and see if you’d like to hang a copy on your cork board, too!
By the way, if you like this kind of thing, leave me a COMMENT, would you? Your feedback helps me know the kind of things you’re looking for.
To your success,