Simplify Offers:


Looking for a secular high school humanities core? If so we have you covered. Global Perspective Studies is challenging, secular, and written to the student. GPS features diverse authors and has a wide variety of writing assignments. In addition we offer writing feedback on the nine major assignments assigned in GPS. 

One-on-One Help

Looking for extra support with getting started on your homeschool journey? Do you want an expert to guide you through the college application process? Or maybe you are a veteran homeschooler who needs a different perspective on your homeschool. Whatever the need, Simplify can help

Online Classes

Simplify offers asynchronous online classes for your middle school student. Our classes are creative and fun and are welcoming to all kinds of students from gifted to those with a learning disabilities. We start a new session of classes in the fall, spring, and summer to keep your tween student occupied all year-long.  

And so much more!

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Support group for parents
homeschooling high school to college.

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Buy Farrar’s middle school book: Tweens,
Tough Times, and Triumphs on Amazon!

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Stories, Suggestions, and Valuable
Been-There-Done-That Compassion.

Unique Handholding

We are parents just like you. And we speak panic and anxiety. Collectively, we have homeschooled very divergent learners, twins, the average kid, and gifted teens with learning disabilities. Our kids are happy and thriving. Together, we have over 15 years experience helping homeschoolers love learning.

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Colleges with Extra Hoops for Homeschoolers

Looking for our list? Click right HERE! When you decided to homeschool high school, you probably heard about how homeschool friendly college admissions have become. For the most part, that’s true. Colleges are used to homeschoolers. Many colleges have special admissions officers devoted to reading homeschool applications. Homeschoolers can show off their unique educational paths, […]

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Take Charge of Your High School Years

Is your student trying to decide between going to a local school and staying home? Is it hard to imagine what homeschooling high school might look like for them? If so Farrar and Jill are offering a one-time class for students in middle school who are thinking about homeschooling for high school. We would love […]

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Test Optional Colleges for Homeschoolers

Test optional schools are colleges that allow most students to apply without traditional standardized test scores, such as the SAT and ACT. A few years ago, when test-optional started to take off at more and more schools, the policy often excluded homeschoolers. Today, more colleges and universities seem to be reconsidering that exclusion. Here at […]

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Keeping Up with High School Credits 

Did you know that Simplify runs a Facebook group for parents homeschooling college bound teens? It’s called College Confident Homeschoolers, and it is a place where all of us who are homeschooling the high school years can come together and discuss topics that pertain to this journey. It is a very supportive and informative group […]