Homeschooling in the upper grades? Here are some FREE resources that we have found helpful for homeschooling high school.
HSLDA’s high school consultants offer advice and share useful information for homeschooling your high schooler.
Homeschool mom Deb Chitwood, a former Montessori teacher, tells how relaxed homeschooling might be most important in high school: “it only made sense to make our homeschool flexible to accommodate our lives.”
Organization is an amazing life skill that we need to teach our high schooler.
We want our teens to learn responsibility and we need to teach them how to be organized and how to stay on task to get all of their work and assignments done. Sometimes our teens will fail, and that is okay.
Strategies, advice, and support on a wide variety of topics relating to homeschooling high schoolers; everything from new homeschoolers entering high school to help for a teen who is very behind.
This website links to a vast collection of high school and other educational resources. The drop-down menu is categorized by Dewey Decimal number, and the resources on each page arranged by subject area and grade level.
Get help in every high school math subject, complete with teaching videos and practice problems.
The Ashbrook Center provides homeschool families with a free high school-level curriculum in American History and Government.
Random writing prompts are exciting and bring out the imagination, but writing prompts about subjects in history can really stretch your teenager’s abilities.
Teaching critical thinking skills is a necessity with our students because they’re crucial skills for living life. Learn how we can teach teens to write skillfully, think critically, and speak articulately as they engage with the world of ideas.
The Homeschooling Teen website is full of articles and resources for homeschooling teenagers from high school to college! Here are a few helpful links:
- Homeschooling High School
- Homeschool Electives
- Homeschool-Friendly Colleges
- Resources and Printables
What resources have you found useful for homeschooling in high school? Please share your favorites in the comments below!