I knew I wanted to homeschool before I ever married and — if you count early childhood education — have been at it for over thirty years now. While that doesn’t make me an expert (one of the perks of homeschooling is you never stop learning ?), but it does mean I’m experienced.
Experienced enough that by the time our first few started graduating from high school, I was getting flooded with phone calls from fellow parents. Some were just beginning to consider homeschooling and wanted to know where to start. Others had been at it almost as long as we had but needed a little handholding during the high school years. I found myself answering the same handful of questions over and over and over.
While I was happy to share what I’d learned, fielding these phone calls was cutting into lesson time with my own children. That’s when my husband came up with the brilliant idea of creating this website. He suggested I detailed responses to the most frequently asked questions. That way, when people called to ask about homeschooling, I could direct them to the appropriate webpage and get right back to the homeschooling.
The plan worked beautifully, especially once our homeschool support group and local Christian bookstore started referring people to our website instead of passing our our phone number!
Homeschool How-To: From Cradle to College
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- How to Make a High School Transcript – Use our free printable template
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