Homeschool Curriculum for High School

Ready to homeschool high school? Here’s a list of homeschool curriculum choices that I’ve used over the last decade to teach my kids at home without losing my mind.

high school boys at train station

Homeschool?

High school?

Combine the two? What are you totally nuts?

Nope. It can be done. It’s been done for decades with positive results

Whether you’ve eagerly chosen to homeschool your child in the high school years or the decision was COVID-induced, the fact of the matter is that you can totally do this! You may not think you can, but you’re wrong. 😉

Mine is not research-driven evidence, purely anecdotal. That said, three of my children have graduated high school and now attend or have graduated from a Cal State University.

My three younger kids, those still “under my watch”, are in middle school and high school. I’m applying what I’ve learned with the older ones to improve my homeschool curriculum choices for high school. Here’s what works for us:

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My Planner Revealed (& a Few Free Downloads)

What do you put inside a household planner to help you manage the day to day without going crazy? Here are the planning pages that make a great household notebook.

black covered planner with pens stickers and post-its

My notebook, or household planner, is like my brain on paper. I have tried different systems over the years and even gone digital with some things.

Hello, contacts in my phone, thank you for saving me from copying over my address book over the last few years.

That said, I still enjoy paper for other things. I create a large to do list of my work projects each week so that I can see everything in one place. I jot down my meal plan each week so that the kids can easily access it. And, I keep a household planner, complete with a weekly schedule, or time budget.

Over the years, I’ve tried new things, experimented, and adapted to new and better ways of keeping a household planner and getting myself organized, and I’ve yet to find something better than my Print & Go Planner. Continue Reading »

Must-Have Homeschool Supplies List

There are so many different doodahs and gadgets out in the world, it’s hard to know what you really need. I’ve narrowed this homeschool supplies list to include our time-tested favorites for home learning. Are you ready to tackle the school year? Ready to do distance learning or full-blown homeschool or some combination thereof? Do […]

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How to Get a Good Routine Going, Even During Covid

Routines can feel boring and repetitive. Routine. But a good routine actually reflects what’s most important to you, your priorities. Here’s how to get it going. Don’t you just love summer vacation? Even if this year’s covid-induced vacation is not as restful or relaxing or offering as many options for frolicking, it does offer the […]

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The Print & Go Planner – Track Your Days & Build a Better Life

Get organized and get going with this new printable planner, The Print & Go Planner.

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How Good Home Management Will Help You Feel More With-it

Good home management involves organizing the stuff of family life in a way that suits your family’s needs and personalities in the season that you’re in. It will help you feel more with-it and in control. If you’re a mom, you know that there are lots of aspects of life that will thrive under your […]

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7 Easy Ways You Can Get Organized

If things feel chaotic at your house, it may be time to get organized. You’ll get more done and have more time to rest and play. Make the most of your days! I suppose some people are able to track in their heads everything they need to do in a day. They know where they […]

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Gear Up For Summer

Are you stocked up on summer supplies? This list will help you gear up for summer and never be caught unprepared. Summer living is here! While the spring semester went as none of us could have planned, we are more than ready to shift into a more relaxed mode of living. Maybe your quarantine was […]

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