Are you currently homeschooling a high school student or is it just over the horizon for your family? Does the thought of homeschooling high school terrify you? Are you confused by the requirements, record keeping, and choices facing your teen?
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If you answered yes to any of these, you’ll definitely want to check out Embark, a 3-day webinar event dedicated to homeschooling high school.
During the event, you’ll have live access to sessions taught by veteran homeschooling parents, homeschool graduates, and field experts. Also, each presentation will be recorded so you can go back and review or catch up with anything you miss.
Personally, I love online webinars like this because I am able to learn at my own pace from the comfort of my home.
Informative and Inspirational Workshops
Over the three-day webinar, you’ll have the chance to listen to over 15 thought-provoking sessions on topics such as:
- Getting into the College of Your Choice
- Having Fun with Your Teenagers
- Academic Writing
- Putting Together Your Transcript
- Covering What Counts in World History
- Oh NO – Not the Classics
- Financing a Higher Education
- Confessions of a High School Graduate
- And many more.
Expert Advice for Families Homeschooling High School
You’ll hear from:
The president and chief curriculum designer at Bright Ideas Press AND a homeschool graduate.
The founder of Bright Ideas Press as well as an author, publisher, and nationally recognized speaker.
A busy homeschool mom and college professor who is the author of many books including Essential Writing Skills for the College Bound. Her Homeschool College Preparation Kit is an excellent tool for high school students looking toward college.
A homeschool graduate who went on to get degrees from St. John’s University and Adelphi University. At the University of Maryland University College, he coordinates online course development as an Instructional Systems Designer.
Linda Lacour Hobar
The author of The Mystery of History, an award-winning history curriculum.
Robert W. Ridlon, Jr.
A retired Air Force officer, a former consultant, and biologist. He has written many books with his wife and stays current in the sciences, especially biology.
Mary Jo Tate
A homeschooling mom of four as well as the author of many books, including Flourish: Balance for Homeschool Moms. She is also an international editor, book coach, and popular speaker.
A homeschooling dad, writer, and frequent conference speaker. He is the founder of Familyman Ministries.
Also Included in Your Registration
When you register for this 3-day webinar, on top of access to the live and recorded sessions, you’ll also receive the Embark Handbook, a handy tool containing workshop handouts, notes, and extremely helpful resource lists. There is also a private Facebook group you will be invited to so you can connect with fellow attendees.
So, how much does all of this great stuff cost? Believe it or not, just $39!
I love that, from my own computer, I’ll be able to get a lot of my high school questions answered and hopefully eliminate some of the fear I feel when thinking about it.
February 23rd – 25th
6 sessions a day, the first one starting at 9:00 am and the last one at 3:15 pm
Get even more Embark details at Bright Ideas Press.
This event is religious based, meaning many of the sessions are taught from a Christian worldview.