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Have you made the important decision to homeschool your student through High School?   Homeschool High School
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Whether you are just starting on your homeschool journey or are a seasoned homeschooler you probably have tons of questions you want answered as you embark on this new phase of your child’s education.

We have been there too and have compiled a list of helpful resources.

General Information on Homeschooling High School

Homeschool Legal Defense Association has an entire section devoted to homeschooling high school.  They have articles about how to create course descriptions, transcripts, and diplomas, and on the importance of record keeping.

They also provide several links to curriculum, distance learning resources, national honor societies and more.

My favorite resource is this free Guide to Homeschooling High School which really gives you a bird’s eye view as to what you need to know to successfully home school High School.

Related Post: 11 Frustration Free Homeschool Recordkeeping and Transcript Services

Homeschool High School Free Webinar

The Home Scholar offers several free webinars about grades, records, and transcripts.  She also has helpful articles and sample transcripts.

Related post: Total Transcript Solution Review – Lee Binz The Home Scholar on Home Schooling High School

The Homeschool Mom also has an entire section of her blog dedicated to homeschooling high school and beyond.

She covers basic information, check lists, transcripts, curriculum, and encouragement as well.

Homeschooling High School Transcript

I Am Homeschooling is a great site for all your homeschooling needs.  This article is specifically helpful regarding high school transcripts.  They have more articles discussing community service and extra-curricular activities as well.

Related Post: 15 Sources of Free Homeschool High School Transcript Templates

Let’s Homeschool High School is another site full of general information and encouragement for those homeschooling high school.

It has information on dual credits, sports and includes helpful resources such as curriculum and templates for diplomas and transcripts.

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7 Sisters Homeschool is another site that covers all areas of homeschooling, but has sections specific to highschooler’s.

This article has much more than just information on transcripts it has information about resumes, being attractive to colleges, and more.  Bookmark this article so you can take your time to digest all the information given.

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