Many parents are intimidated at the thought of homeschooling a teenager through high school. The idea of teaching physics, chemistry, and calculus elicits fear and trembling from most parents… throw in grading essays and creating transcripts and you’ve got a complete recipe for a true mental breakdown! Home school high school veteran Jean Burk’s two homeschooled students received full-rides to college, grad school, and law school. She joyfully testifies that the high school years have been the most rewarding! She’ll share her successes and failures and everything else you need to know to homeschool through high school. At this workshop she’ll answer these questions and many more:
- Why homeschool high school?
- Statistically, how do homeschool graduates perform as adults?
- What’s the difference between credits, grades, and transcripts?
- What every high school student needs to know beyond academics (life skills, spiritual skills, social skills)
- How can middle school students acquire high school credit?
- How in the world do I teach chemistry, algebra, and calculus?
- What’s the difference between CLEP, AP, and Dual Enrollment?
- Can my homeschooled student really get into college?
- What scholarships are available to home school students?
- Do I need an accredited transcript?
If you have a middle or high school student and you’re considering home education through high school, you should definitely attend High School 101! You’ll walk away knowing you CAN do it!