This is an unusual episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show because my guest and I are going to be speaking primarily to homeschool high school students. If you have a high schooler or even better, a soon-to-be high schooler, have them join you in listening!
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After today’s interview, I learned that my guest and I will both be at the Great Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati. If you’re going to be there too, I hope you’ll stop by my Grammar Galaxy Books both. I would love to meet you!
How to Make the Most of Your Homeschooled High School Years
Now for this week’s topic: how to make the most of the homeschool high school years. My guest is homeschooled high schooler, Noah Tetzer. You’re going to be so impressed with him as I was.
I asked Noah about:
- the biggest advantages of being homeschooled
- what he would do differently if he was starting high school today
- what he thinks high schoolers’ primary goals should be, and more
Homeschool High School Resources
Join me next time when my guest Beth Napoli and I will discuss a sane approach to homeschool screen time.
Have a happy homeschool week!