Book #1: Homeschooling the High Schooler
Intimidated by upper level courses? Worried about how to put together a transcript? Just starting to think ahead to those high school years?
Packed with answers, encouragement, and resources, Homeschooling the High Schooler: From Transcripts to Graduation will equip you to homeschool through high school with confidence! Our authors, all armed with firsthand experience, share more than just practical advice. They share why they chose to homeschool through high school, some of the opportunities they took advantage of along the way, and the blessings they reaped from keeping their teens at home for high school.
Learn From the Voice Of Experience!
Homeschooling the High Schooler: From Transcripts to Graduation is overflowing with real-life experience from those who have “been there, done that.”
- Well-known authors, speakers, and curriculum developers such as Inge Cannon, Paula Moldenhauer, Maggie Hogan, and Ann Zeise share their personal experiences and insights.
- Homeschool graduates share how they survived and thrived while homeschooling through high school, while homeschool parents just like you tell about how they got things done.
- Our authors share their struggles, their methods, and their faith. You”re sure to be encouraged!
Want Practical Advice? When homeschooling parents find themselves facing the high school years, they need more than information about different educational philosophies; they need real how-to advice. With tips on everything from using umbrella schools to converting extracurricular activities into credit courses, you”ll see just how you can do it. You”ll appreciate the explanation of exactly what a high school credit is, suggestions for record keeping, and the wealth of information available at the click of the mouse with dozens of links to helpful websites found throughout the pages of this E-Book.
Learn About High School Options & Resources
Intimidating topics like upper-level math and science are brought down to size. Homeschooling the High Schooler: From Transcripts to Graduation will help you examine all of your options.
- Find curriculum suggestions for teaching high school yourself.
- Understand what dual enrollment credit is and how it can benefit or harm your childâ€™s opportunities in college.
- Learn how to put together a transcript.
- This E-Book will answer these questions and many more like them.
What Do We Do After High School?
Homeschooling the High Schooler: From Transcripts to Graduation doesn’t just discuss homeschooling through high school in-depth and then leave you hanging as to what to do after graduation. A thorough overview on college selection, apprenticeship opportunities, and creating entrepreneurs is also included to help guide you safely through the often murky waters post-graduation.
If you are in the process of educating your high schooler or just thinking about it for the future, this book is a must-read!
Over 70 pages of incredible information and testimonials:
“Fabulous book . . . it took a lot of the fear of homeschooling all the way through high school away. My oldest child will be starting high school next year and I am SURE this book will be a continuous resource for me!” ~Christina Brown
“I have a 7th grader and have started looking ahead to our high school years. This E-Book has been a wonderful help to me. The articles are informative and interesting. I really feel like moving into high school will be a smooth transition for us and this book has really helped give me the confidence I need to be prepared. Thank you!” ~Denise Muller
“Awesome E-Book with loads of information to help ease any fears of homeschooling your high schoolers. I recommend it to all who have children getting ready for those high school years.” ~D’Nea Smith
- Growing a Heart for Homeschool High School
- Teaching Higher Level Math Without Anxiety
- High School Science
- Language Arts for High School
- Keeping It Real: Building Your Own High School Program
- How to Finish High School in Half the Time
- Why Transcripts Are Crucial for Homeschooled High School Graduates
- How to Convert Extracurricular Activities into Credit Courses
- A College Selection Checklist for Christians
- Creating Entrepreneurs at the Backside of Nowhere
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn first-hand, from homeschool experts and graduates alike, how to make the most of your homeschooler’s high school years.
Book #2: Help, Lord! I’m Getting Ready to Start Homeschooling My High Schooler!
Are you unsure if you have what it takes to teach higher level curriculum?
Are hints of weakness discouraging you?
Be inspired and encouraged by experienced homeschoolers as they direct you back to the all powerful Superintendent of Christian Homeschools – -God! TOS brings help in:
Help, Lord, I’m Getting Ready to Start Homeschooling My High Schooler!
God hired you, decided on student placement for your family, and will provide. Be assured He has given you the necessary gifts and tools you”ll need to finish the race.
Amanda Bennett begins this E-Book with an introduction that will spur you on to enjoy the stories and â€œâ€¦know that it can be done with the Lord”s help and a generous dose of love and patience as you homeschool your high schoolers.
Read testimonies from more than a dozen homeschooling moms who have really lived the homeschool high school years – -some with great obstacles to overcome. Whether they have one child, or as many as eight, you will hear their hearts for God as they encourage you to finish the race, and finish it well.
Can you imagine making this statement at the end of the homeschooling high school years? Hear what one of the contributing authors had to say about her experience:
“God’s grace has certainly been evident as He has led us step-by-step through the homeschool process in spite of our inadequacies, doubts, busyness, and lack of experience. It is God who has shaped and prepared our children for His work in His kingdom on earth.” – -Marcia Wilson
You’ll read about families taking homeschooling one year at a time, while others homeschooled for the long haul from the very beginning, with homeschooled children from preschool to graduation. Some share where their children are now, what fields they are working in, and even whether or not they will homeschool their own children as they are now beginning their own families.
Are you wondering whether these ladies are perfect homeschooling moms? Does it cross your mind that they probably have it all together without the same hurdles you have?
Guess again! The women you will meet within these pages struggled through children with learning difficulties, dyslexia, vision therapy, and more – -while one worked in the mission field, another lost a home to fire, one endured multiple surgeries over the years, others had multiple high schoolers, and you”ll read even more encouraging stories in Help, Lord, I’m Getting Ready to Homeschool My High Schooler!
Enjoy getting to know other homeschoolers in the pages of the Help, Lord . . . E-Book. Many include photos of themselves and their families – -get to know them as fellow homeschoolers as they bless you with their kind words of encouragement and point you toward the finish line that is homeschooling through high school. You can do this!
Do you still have questions? So did Mary when she began homeschooling. As one of the contributing authors, she graciously explains the answers she has learned along the way, as she goes over the following questions:
- How will I teach upper level courses?
- What about curriculum?
- Isn’t socialization even more important for teens?
- What if they have different learning styles or difficulties?
- But I’m teaching multiple children!
- I had so many questions . . . about curriculum, how to do field trips, how to run a class, promotion celebration . . . a variety of things.
With Godly guidance and helpful Scripture, Mary talks you through the same fears she had when she first began – -as if you were visiting over coffee! Enjoy a cup, as you learn from her experience with eight children, seven of whom have now graduated from their homeschool. Enjoy learning from her twenty-eight years of experience!
As the final homeschooler to share, Deborah Wuehler beautifully wraps up this E-Book with an Epilogue – -including her son”s speech from his own 2008 graduation. She encourages you to remain faithful, follow God, and enjoy His rewards as you diligently seek Him.
When you’ve enjoyed all of their stories and want to understand their inspiration, five pages of resources are provided at the end of the book! Books and CDs, websites, specific courses, curriculum, and magazines, are all listed for your consideration.
How much would you spend to sit down and enjoy coffee with six, experienced homeschool moms? How about ten moms? More than a dozen are captured in the pages of the Help, Lord E-Book. Gain their insight for less expense than meeting each of them for coffee, and without leaving your home!
Be blessed. Be encouraged. Get Motivated.