There is no right or wrong way to go about homeschooling the high school years. Some families enjoy putting together their own curriculum using experiences and products from many different sources, and then tracking the grades and coursework on their own. Others prefer to outsource the high school years to a school or program specializing in this area, allowing the school to provide the grades, testing and transcripts for them.
If you fall into the latter category, read on.
I have compiled a list of some of the correspondence schools that offer a high school education for homeschoolers. The list is by no means comprehensive, but should give you an understanding of what is available as you begin your own search for the right high school program for your student. Note that inclusion here does not imply endorsement, however these schools were chosen to show the wide range of options available to parents searching for this kind of program.
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Note that every school is different , thus significant research is recommended before making this very important decision. When in doubt, consult state homeschool laws and/or a trusted homeschool advisor before releasing personal student data and making any financial commitment.
Watch for an upcoming post about the pros and cons of using correspondence programs (edited: find it HERE). Subscribe to the blog if you’d like to get it delivered to your Inbox. Don’t forget to CONTACT me if I can help make high school easier.
To your success,
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