Meet The Bloggers of The Homeschooling High School Blog Hop

Homeschooling High School Blog Hop 2015

The summer before my oldest daughter began sixth grade, a friend in our homeschool group invited her sister to share with those of us beginning to make plans for homeschooling high school. Her sister was the mom of several children who had already graduated and been homeschooled through high school. What she shared not only changed my perception of how to teach high school classes but influenced my entire thought process about homeschool.

That six grade daughter is now a senior. She is beginning her very last year of homeschooling with me. I've been doing a lot of reflecting lately about what worked and what should be done differently with my younger two children. We are  working on completing her transcript and have been discussing plans for the future. She has so much potential, and I'm excited about the possibilities. 

I've made plans with a group of bloggers who are also in the midst of homeschooling high school. Chareen from Every Bed of Roses is our hostess for the blog hop, and almost 20 other bloggers are also participating. Through the end of this year we will be sharing each month about topics relevant to homeschooling through high school. Some of the topics that we plan to cover are: planning, electives, curriculum, fear, scheduling, and graduation.

Meg from Adventures with Jude

Cristi from Through the Calm and Through the Storm

Debra from Footprints in the Butter

Leah from As We Walk Along the Road

Michele from Family, Faith and Fridays

Lisa from Golden Grasses

Wendy from Life at Rossmont

Gena from I Choose Joy!

Kym from Homeschool Coffee Break

Debbie from Debbie's Homeschool Corner

Carol from Home Sweet Life

April from ElCloud Homeschool

Erica from Be The One

Laura from Day by Day in Our World

Tess from Circling Through This Life

Dawn from Double O Farms

Visit my friends and let me know if you have specific questions about this. It is an amazing experience!


  1. When I started with a kindergartner, high school seemed so far off and scary. I'll grant you it's his brothers who have jumped the line, but it's an awesome ride! I'm looking forward to learning from your experience!

    1. Me too, Meg, but overall I think high school has been the easiest to teach my daughter as she is so independent now. I wonder if it will be so with my son when he is older.


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