- How does a homeschooler get into college?
- Can homeschool students get scholarships?
- What classes are needed for high school?
- How do I graduate my student?
- Can I really homeschool during the high school years?
- What about a diploma?
- What about all the social activities that are so important to high schoolers?
If you have teens and are homeschooling or considering the prospect, you may be wrestling with some of these questions. Teaching your children through the high school years truly is a grand undertaking, but there are many tricks along the way that can make the job much less daunting.
True, there are still many hats to wear, and many details to tend to, but there are many positives to homeschooling your students through high school.
- Curriculum materials are increasingly user-friendly for the parents who may not feel comfortable teaching higher level classes.
- Homeschool support groups and community organizations can provide access to as many social and extra-curricular activities as are desired.
- About 74% of homeschoolers obtain some college credit by age 24, compared to 46% of the general population
- Colleges are seeking homeschoolers, and many have made scholarship provisions to take into account the unique homeschool status.