Lea Ann provides many concrete examples of how to structure various high school subjects. She shares how she encouraged her children to learn independently and how she tailored her children's high school experiences to their own interests and learning abilities. I do not agree with everything she suggests and recommends but I did appreciate the many tips included throughout the book and will be incorporating many of these in our homeschool high school.
Are you afraid homeschooling high school may be too difficult, too time-consuming, or too frustrating? From the author of the popular Homeschool Made Easy comes the long-anticipated high school version.
- identifying the purpose of your homeschool
- finding what to expect each year and how to plan effectively
- making the most of both your student’s learning style and your teaching style
- considering classes and CLEP courses
- preparing transcripts and college entrance exams
- understanding the mental and social development of high school students
Author and long-time homeschool adviser Lea Ann Garfias is a homeschool graduate and has homeschooled her four children for the last fifteen years. She knows how hectic it is with homeschooling, work, church, and community. Keeping things simple is the only way to go. In this easy-to-follow book, Lea Ann shares what she has learned from two decades of homeschooling — as a student and as a mom. She also gives you real-life tips for keeping learning as easy and enjoyable as possible.