Simplify runs a wonderful and supportive group on Facebook called College Confident Homeschoolers (CoCoH for short) that we would love for you to join. This group is for parents homeschooling teens through high school. CoCoH supports you through all the decisions and worries of the high school years and with college applications. The past week […]
1. Begin working on your student’s transcript and course descriptions – If you haven’t already started working on a transcript, now is the time to do so. A good way to begin is to gather all your notes on your student’s past years and to have their senior year courses planned. Then start plugging the […]
Join Farrar and Jill as they discuss community colleges as a viable path for homeschoolers. Many homeschoolers decide to utilize the local community college for dual enrollment and increasingly more homeschool graduates are deciding to take the community college path after graduation. Is community college right for your family? Listen to our latest podcast to […]
Have a homeschooler who will be applying to colleges this fall? If so this list is for them.
Join Farrar and Jill as they discuss Simplify’s new curriculum offering for high schoolers – Global Perspective Studies. GPS… is secular is challenging features diverse authors has a wide variety of writing assignments is adaptable to lots of profiles of students Listen as Farrar and Jill discuss GPS and why they are so excited about […]
Our high school humanities core is available now. Looking for something different for high school? We wanted to create a high school program that would do more. Global Perspective Studies… is secular is challenging features diverse authors has a wide variety of writing assignments is adaptable to lots of profiles of students We’re hoping it’s […]
Aren’t sure how much time to commit to outside classes? Try this guide.
Convincing a reluctant kid to homeschool can be the biggest homeschooling challenge you face.
Join Jill and Farrar as they discuss and reminisce about homeschooling back in the day.
Do you get what you pay for with homeschool materials? We explore how to decide if you’re getting a bargain or cheating your kids’ education.
Textbooks can be dry and boring, but they can also be vibrant and useful. Why you shouldn’t necessarily dismiss them.
Want to know more about Farrar and Jill? In this video they discuss their own educational background and why they chose to homeschool their own children.