Join Farrar, Jill, and Suji on a discussion about awarding high school credits.
Not sure how to evaluate a potential curriculum or textbook? Ask yourself these questions.
Does your child ask for more time to spend on their interests vs. school work?
Worried about socialization? We aren’t!
Join Farrar, Jill, and Suji for a podcast on applying to the University of California as a homeschooler.
The gifted mind comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes and even gifted curriculum might not work for your advanced child. If you have experienced this, you are not alone.
Looking for a starting point for planning a homeschool year? Simplify has sample plans.
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Feeling guilty about using more and more outside providers in your homeschool? Don’t!
Unsure what assessment can look like in a homeschool context? A few types of assessment tools to consider.
There may be some things that new homeschoolers don’t realize they need. Here are ten things you do need to start homeschooling.
AP courses are a great way to demonstrate to colleges that your student has been challenged in the high school years. Unfortunately for some families the cost of AP courses are too much. But you have the option to teach AP courses at home, and this is something that all homeschoolers should consider when planning the high school years.