Finishing Strong – Homeschooling Middle & High School #122

Welcome to Finishing Strong, the place where families share their experiences homeschooling middle & high school students. Every week we get to read creative ideas, helpful insights, and words of encouragement. It’s nice to have a community to belong to as we school our older children at home.

I host it along with my friends – Blog She Wrote – Heather, EvaVarga – Eva, and Starts at Eight – Heidi.

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Finishing Strong - Homeschooling Middle & High School #122

1. 10th Grade Homeschool Curriculum by Starts At Eight

Check out what Heidi did for 10th grade in her home school.

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2. Choosing High School Curriculum by Blog, She Wrote

High School are the years that many homeschooling families fear, mainly because of the curriculum involved. If you’re wondering how you’re going figure out what you need to teach your high schooler and how to choose appropriate curriculum, read these tips from Heather.

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3. Getting Creative with High School Electives by Embark on the Journey

Electives can be so much fun! They’re where we get to let our high schoolers really explore their passions. Electives inherently include a level of flexibility, but as homeschoolers, we have the opportunity to take it a step further and build these classes around our child’s interests and abilities. Tara shares some great tips for how you can get creative with electives.

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4. 3 Reasons Why I Don’t Give Grades or Tests in Our Homeschool by There’s No Place Like Home

Do you give grades or tests in your homeschool? I don’t. I never wanted to add unnecessary stress onto my children’s shoulders and because I was with them every day, I knew when they understood a lesson and when they didn’t. Tests just didn’t seem necessary. And grades? To me, that’s just too much work! Luckily, I live in a state where they’re not required.

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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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