Homeschooling high school can be expensive.
But, it doesn’t have to be.
Many quality materials are available inexpensively ~ even free. Taking advantage of freebies is just one way families can save money to buy other, more expensive high school materials.
Here, I have prepared a list of just some of the high school courses, lessons, videos and materials that are FREE for the taking. Browse my list and see if anything here might fit into your curriculum plan this year!
Internet Archive of Open Educational Resources and university lectures
National Repository of Online Courses
All-in-One High School from Easy Peasy
Academic Earth (includes links to MIT Open Courseware, Open Yale courses, and more)
Microsoft Office Training Modules
Stanford Engineering Everywhere
Sometimes a 30-day free trial is all it takes to complete a unit in a subject or two; plus, it helps students decide if it’s the right course for them. Consider using free trials as part of your curriculum strategy.
Many states offer free online high school and/or free part-time attendance at local high schools. Check if your state offers these options for homeschooled students.
Need a high school planner? Download one HERE!
Need help planning a full curriculum year? Check out MY BOOKS and E-BOOKS.
Follow the high school tag at the end of this post to learn more about homeschooling the high school years.
Know of any free options I missed? Please add them as a COMMENT!
I’ve an interest in homeschooling for some times now and stumble upon this website, i like to know more about homeschooling, the things i have to do to get myself apply to home school and not be monitor by the state public school.