(as of Jun 29,2021 11:37:38 UTC – Details)
Are you feeling the overwhelm of starting to homeschool your teen?
Transcripts, GPA, assigning high school credit, course descriptions, etc. It can feel daunting.
SO I put together a high school guide, full of all those important details!
My book is for do-it-yourselfers, who want a guide with step-by-step tips and helps from a homeschooling mom who has successfully helped her teen get into each of the colleges she applied to, with scholarship offers.
But if you are looking for a large comprehensive guide or specific guidance from a college counselor, then this book is not for you. You would just need to find a college counselor, or buy a technical hard-to-read heavy manual on college if you like. Or if you want to, you could research high school and college on the web and piece it together yourself.
Homeschooling your teen does not have to be that hard!
- 12 high school homeschool planning downloadable printables to make it easier, and a
- Homeschool transcript form for you to just fill in, plus
- Guidance from a mom who has been there, done that!
My book can be your guide, and it is recommended by Lessa Scherrer, a certified college counselor.
Homeschooling High School with College in Mind, 2nd edition includes:
- Chapter 1 – Getting Started with High School for Newbies or Skipping Public School Route
- Chapter 2 – 101 Reasons to Homeschool High School
- Chapter 3 – Researching College Entrance Requirements
- Chapter 4 – Planning High School – 3 or 4 Year Plan
- Chapter 5 – Choosing Your High School Curriculum
- Chapter 6 – Three Ways to High School Credit
- Chapter 7 – Making Your Teen’s Transcripts
- Chapter 8 – 100 High School Electives and Activities
- Chapter 9 – Making Homemade Courses
- Chapter10 – Writing a Winning College Essay
- Chapter11 – Course Descriptions and Reference Letters
- Chapter12 – The Common Application
- Chapter13 – Preparing Your Teen for College Writing
- Chapter14 – Dealing with College Testing SAT/ACT
- Chapter15 – Top Sources for College Scholarships
- Chapter16 – Dealing with “Those Questions” from Others
- Chapter17 – Don’t Forget the FUN!
- Appendix – Planning Printables
About the AUTHOR: Betsy is a writer and blogger, but now mom to her college grad daughter, who got into each of the colleges on her list, with scholarship offers.
They found homeschooling to be the best way for their daughter to learn, as they could not only teach their family’s faith based values day by day, but also tailor her learning to her individual needs.
Betsy began writing about their journey on her blog, BJ’s Homeschool at https://www.bjshomeschool.com.. She has a Facebook Group called Homeschooling Through High School, where moms like you gather to share successes and get help.
Disclaimer: Betsy writes from her own research and experience but can’t promise that your teen will get into college. She is not a certified college counselor but her book is recommended by one.