Finishing Strong – Homeschooling Middle & High School

Are you homeschooling a middle school or high school student? Then you’re definitely in the right place!

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We know what it’s like to homeschool teens. Our hope is that as you read the wide variety of posts below, you’ll find some practical ideas and any encouragement you may need.

Finishing Strong is hosted by us here at Education Possible, along with our friends – Heather from Blog She Wrote, Eva from EvaVarga, and Heidi from Starts at Eight.


I don’t buy a lot of school supplies for my girls each year, but the ones I do purchase are unique and incredibly fun.

This year our favorites are the unicorn tape dispenser and thumbs up clips.

Unique School Supplies Homeschoolers Will Love

 

 

Notebooking Pages Free Resources


Here are some posts that were shared last week. Number one was the most clicked.

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1. 2016-2017 9th Grade Curriculum Choices by Hydrangeas and Harmony

It seems like everyone loves to see what other homeschooling families are using for their curriculum!

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2. How to Help Your Teen Choose a Career Path by Embark on the Journey

As our kids get older, the number of choices they have to make seems to grow exponentially. One of things they need to think about is what they’re going to do as a career. Tara gives some good tips for guiding your teen along the journey of making this important decision.

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3. Why Your Teen Needs to List Competitions on the Homeschool Transcript by 7 Sisters Homeschool

All kinds of things can go on our homeschooler’s transcript to show their well-rounded education. 7 Sisters offers up suggestions on how to include competitions, one category that could be easy to overlook, but will add some power to your teen’s transcript.

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4. All About Elections Online Unit Study by Techie Homeschool Mom

Has your middle school student taken an interest in the elections this year? If you’re looking for a unit study to help with that, here’s one that they can do at their own pace.

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Megan Zechman
I love homeschooling! Learning is a way of life for our family. Most days you will find us exploring our Central Florida community, having fun while learning. I am constantly looking for new and interactive ways to engage my older children.
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