Crediting Unusual Courses Above and beyond the normal academic courses students take lies a myriad of elective classes--limitless for homeschoolers! Do you have a student taking ballet? Drafting? Computer language/batch encoding? Helping to remodel a room/section of your home? Landscaping? Film Making? Writing a blog? Desiring to learn how to provide regular service maintenance on your family vehicle? Interested in photography? Starting his or her own business? ALL of these examples can be given high school credit toward graduation! But how do you do that and where do you start?! Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
The end of the school year often signals the end of the chaos that sometimes ensues in our homeschooling adventures. For homeschoolers looking at high school in the fall, it can be a bit overwhelming thinking about high school transcripts, curriculum, and making sure you help your student plan courses to complement the career goals he or she has. If your student is unsure of future plans, that’s okay! Those home schooling high school students frequently have similar questions: What needs to be included in transcripts? How do I show grades earned for each subject? What about keeping a Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.