Homeschool Highschool Podcast Episode 8: Choosing Highschool Curriculum

This week on the Homeschool Highschool Podcast Episode 8: Choosing Highschool Curriculum. This post is running concurrently on the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network (as well as the audio).

Choosing Highschool Curriculum

Homeschool Highschool Podcast Episode 8: Choosing Highschool Curriculum

God made all kinds of teenagers and all kinds of learning styles. God made all kinds of homeschooling parents, too! That means there’s not ONE correct way to homeschool highschool. We must find what works for each of our kids!

So how do you find just the right curriculum for each of your homeschool highschoolers?

  • When choosing curriculum, ask yourself:
  • What are our goals for the year?
  • Also, what are my homeschool highschoolers’ abilities? What level of rigor should I be looking for?
  • What are my teens’ interests?
  • In what ways do my teens need to explore?

You’ll enjoy and be encouraged by this episode. You might also like these information-filled posts:

Remember the day will be here when you graduate your teen! We want to help you on this journey that begins with choosing and researching highschool curriculum.

Even if you have middle schoolers we have tips! Do NOT fear choosing the wrong curriculum will not ruin your homeschool.

Bonus: We share tips on what not to do in a homeschool high school graduation! 

We have a blog posts on high school graduations:

How to Plan Homeschool Graduations

Join Sabrina and Vicki for The Homeschool Highschool Podcast Episode 8. They will share tips for finding the best fit for your teens!

PLUS: Download our PDF with tips for choosing homeschool highschool curriculum!

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Vicki Tillman

Blogger, curriculum developer at, counselor, life and career coach, SYMBIS guide, speaker, prayer person. 20+year veteran homeschool mom.

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