Middle & High School Resources Resources for Homeschoolers

Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Name Removed from Literary Award

Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Name Stripped from Major Literary Award

The name of one of the most beloved children’s authors of all time is being stripped from a major children’s literature award. Awarded by the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal was a lifetime achievement award for authors who made substantial and lasting contributions to children’s literature. However, the […]

Dual Credit and College Prep Resources

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Preparing for college can be stressful for both parent and teenager. Don’t miss out on this ultimate list of college prep resources and dual credit information. Getting ready for college is trying enough. Let your self be prepared and let your child be awe of the next step in your child’s journey. This list of […]

FREE Parent’s Pack on Teen Dating (through 8/25)

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  Do you want to help your teenager navigate the confusing world of dating? For a limited time, you can receive a free Parent’s Pack to help you encourage your teen to seek God when it comes to love and dating when you purchase any copy of At The Well:  Discovering God’s Plan for Finding True […]

Back-to-Homeschool Checklist

12 Things to Do Before the New Homeschool Year Begins

The beginning of a new homeschool year should be exciting rather than stressful, but to get to that point requires some planning. Use these items on our helpful summer homeschool checklist to make sure you’re thoroughly prepared for your new year. 1. Fill out your state’s homeschool exemption form and any other necessary paperwork to […]

Awesome Summer STEM Activities for Middle School

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These simple, no prep Summer STEM activities will help with boredom this summer before school starts. Your kids may have run out of things to do this summer and you have run out of things to do with them. This list will give you some sneaky summer learning ideas to help the transition from summer […]

FREE Math/Statistics/Physics Short Courses

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Check out these Free Math, Statistics, and Physics Short Courses! This site contains free math, statistics, and physics books at many levels. Of particular interest might be the “Math Magnifications,” short (about 5 to 30 pages each) enrichments, many of which were used as workshops given by us to homeschooled children. Dr. deLaubenfels is a retired mathematician […]

STEM Activities for Middle School

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Challenge your middle schoolers in new ways that meet their intellectual and emotional maturity with STEM activities. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Including all of these subjects in your student’s curriculum is really useful. Math and sciences can require some creativity from kids, but it’s very important to their development and their education. Check out these STEM […]

Applying for College with a Homeschool Diploma

Applying for College with a Homeschool Diploma

Though there is certainly value in having a high school diploma, many homeschool families cause themselves unnecessary stress as they seek to obtain a diploma through the “proper channels.” Today, many colleges are recruiting homeschoolers not because they possess a specific type of diploma, but because they exhibit academic abilities and character traits that enhance […]