Homeschool High School

There are many different types of homeschool high school programs available to interested students.  Itís important to select a curriculum that meets the needs and learning style of the homeschooling students.  Some homeschool programs offer self-teaching curriculum where the student doesnít need much assistance, while other programs offer more teacher facilitated curriculums. 

Students can now take homeschool courses through an online high school where the online courses provide interaction and practice as well as the opportunity for more in-depth study. Students also receive assistance and support through the online high school course advisors through phone or web meetings. 


Online high schools are a great way for students to complete their homeschool education.  Students get full access to the schoolís educational support and staff, while having more independence.  Students can reach out for help at any time for areas that require a bit more explanation.  Online homeschool teachers and advisors can be reached through phone, web chat, or e-mail, so students have many options available when seeking support.

Most online high school homeschool programs are designed to be self-instructional.  All material and course work is given online and can be submitted at anytime for teacher review.  Students can learn at their own pace, since most online programs are based around the studentís learning and comprehension level. 

Students and parents that would prefer homeschool instead of traditional high school should consider an online high school homeschooling program.  Many states offer a free state funded online high school, while other states use private online high schools to educate residents.  Online high schools require students to be under the age of 18 and havenít yet received a high school diploma.  Students that successfully complete the program are eligible to take the GED exam unless their online high school offers an accredited high school program for an accredited high school diploma.

Your local school district or state education online resource should have information related to homeschooling.  Students must meet certain requirements in order to be eligible for homeschool.  Parents must also complete and submit the proper paperwork to their school district to officially place their child in a homeschool program.
 
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