Planning for homeschool high school requires a “big picture” approach. Kristin Lackie shares 3 vital guidelines to help you plan effectively.
Homeschool High School Diplomas
Homeschool high school diplomas can be issued by home educating parents. Information and resource links are provided in this helpful blog post.
iNegotiate Generation Joshua Teen Event 2022
Homeschool Iowa presents iNegotiate, a teen simulation event instructed by Generation Joshua, in Pella on December 8-9.
iCommand Teen Event 2021
Homeschool Iowa presents iCommand, a teen simulation event instructed by Generation Joshua – in Ames on November 15-16 and in Pella on November 18-19.
Homeschooling High School: Answers to 10 Common Questions
Homeschooling high school students can seem complicated and overwhelming. It needed be! Here are answers to ten of the most common questions.
Homeschool Iowa Graduation services on May 16, 2020, will provide graduating homeschooled students and their families a special means to mark the occasion.
Jury Simulation Teen Event
Homeschool Iowa presents iObject, a grand jury simulation event instructed by Generation Joshua and sponsored by Americans for Prosperity Foundation Iowa.
College Credit for Homeschooled Students?
Can homeschooled students earn college credits while they’re still being homeschooled? Yes, they can! There are a variety of ways that can be accomplished. Let us help you sort through the possibilities.
Several standardized tests are associated with the ending of the high school years, including the GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT, COMPASS, ASSET, and ACCUPLACER. Find out more about each of these and how they apply to homeschooled students.
High School Transcripts
Homeschool high school transcripts can be created using the simple steps we provide to effectively present what your high school student has accomplished.