Thursday, March 30, 2006

Homeschooling the Highschooler

Homeschooling the Highschooler: From Transcripts
to Graduation by Paul and Gena Suarez is a very
thorough and extremely useful book for anyone who
is currently homeschooling a highschooler or who
has one coming up through the ranks in the near

Homeschooling the Highschooler sets the stage by
encouraging the parent. The fears that many moms
and dads feel as they approach the highschool years
are addressed. One by one they are discussed and
the reader is left with the following thought, "The
most important thing you will gain from homeschooling
through highschool is time-precious time to ground
your child in Christ."

The many true life stories, which cover the quite
different styles of homeschooling, as well as the many
options presented, let the parent know that there is no one
way to do highschool. It frees the family to seek God's
direction on their own personal journey.

Homeschooling through Highschool addresses curriculum,
distance learning, co-ops, how to include activities in the mix,
transcripts, researching colleges, apprenticeship, really just
about anything that a person could think to ask about. They
also have an extensive list of resources scattered throughout
the book.

If you are considering homeschooling during the highschool
years this will be an excellent resource for you to have.

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