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Homeschooling in High School

Homeschooling through high school grades can seem daunting. Even seasoned homeschoolers get nervous when they think about it. Many parents don’t feel qualified to teach higher level courses, but numerous options are available for homeschooling in high school today — from online courses to dual enrollment. You will find you’re much more qualified than you imagine!

The most important thing to know about homeschooling in high school is that it doesn’t have to start at a certain age. Not all children learn the same way, at the same pace, in every subject. One of the great benefits of homeschooling is that you can allow your child’s interests, needs and appetite for learning to set the pace and approach. It’s common, for example, that when given the ability to move at his or her own pace, an 11 year-old could be reading at a 10th grade level, writing at a 5th grade level and doing math at a 7th grade level. It’s not age, but interest and aptitude that should guide your education decisions.

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