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5 Back To Homeschool Ideas
For Homeschooling High School
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If this is your first year homeschooling then CONGRATULATIONS on making this
choice! I strongly recommend looking through our Absolute Beginners Guide to
Homeschooling High School. Think of it as a Homeschooling 101 class. It will help
you and your parents know what to do to get started on this exciting journey.
If you are a veteran of homeschooling, then have a back to
homeschool kick-off party. After a summer of vacations get
back together with your homeschool friends from co-op
classes, enrichment classes, and homeschool groups to get
re-acquainted. If you know of some new teen homeschoolers
invite them! The more the merrier. Bonus - Plan your
get-together AFTER public schools have started; it will be a lot
Go shopping! Shopping for school supplies isn’t just for students in
public school. Who doesn’t love a new notebook? Check out the
advertisements for the deals you can get this time of the year. If
you have been able to create a homeschool ID card, then there
are many places that offer student discounts. Check these out!
They include school supplies, clothing, and even restaurants. If your
mom is doing the shopping, she can use her teacher ID for similar
Have a back to school photo shoot. Better yet, start a yearbook/smashbook
for the year ahead. Join forces with your siblings and parents to make it a
book worth remembering!
Volunteer. Find opportunities in your community or church to serve others monthly
(or even weekly if time allows). Visit the elderly that may not have family nearby.
Serve meals at a soup kitchen, go to the animal shelter and walk the dogs, or spend
time with the cats. The ideas are limitless for volunteering, and the time you spend
will make a difference to those in need. Also, don’t forget to log your hours since
colleges are interested in seeing community service hours.