Are you preparing to homeschool 9th grade? It’s not as scary as you think. I’m happy to help guide you through the process!
Welcome to Post #1 in my “Preparing to Homeschool 9th Grade” series. Today I’ll be discussing the book
How to Homeschool 9th and 10th Grades: Simple Steps for Starting Strong by Lee Binz.
The How-To Book for Homeschooling High School
I attended my first homeschooling conference when my oldest son was 17 months old and have been a “homeschool mom” ever since. I can’t believe he will be in high school next year! I’ve learned about homeschooling throughout the years almost as much as I’ve taught my kids. So, I was surprised when all of a sudden I started having anxiety about homeschooling for high school a couple of weeks ago.
Then, the above book popped in my inbox and I immediately downloaded it. Aww, I feel so much better now! Download it yourself today, while it’s still on sale! (You don’t need a Kindle to read a Kindle book. Just read it on your computer or download an app to read it on other devices.)
Here are some of the things you’ll learn in this ebook by Lee Binz:
- Setting Priorities
- Planning High School Courses (basics)
- Beyond the Basic High School Courses
- Create Great Homeschool Records
- Take Important Tests
- Expect and Accept Gradual Maturity
- Technology Boundaries
- College Financing
- Career Exploration and Activities
- Looking Ahead to Sophomore Year
- Big Ideas for Success
Free Webinars to Help you through the High School Years
Super Scholarships Webinar
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Spring into Transcripts Live Webinar
Stop stressing about transcripts! Lee Binz shows you how to prepare a transcript that colleges will love in this free live class.
5 Biggest Mistakes Webinar
Learn from a parent who has homeschooled high school & lived to tell the tale in this free class.
12 Keys to High School Success Webinar
Retain your sanity while homeschooling high school successfully with this free workshop! #homeschool
Posts in the Preparing to Homeschool 9th Grade Series:
#3: Using a 4-Year High School Planner
(Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.)
Melanie (Wren) says
Genoa, I never even knew this book existed! Thank you so much for sharing.
I’m looking forward to learning more in your next post in the series. 🙂
Thank you, Melanie. The next post should be up in a day or so!
Melanie (Wren) says
Sorry about that, Gena…autocorrect got me on that last comment and apparently decided you were a city in Italy, rather than a homeschooling mom! 🙂
No problem! 🙂
Lee Binz says
Gena, thanks so much for sharing! What a blessing to see your post this morning!
Thanks so much, Lee!
Leah Courtney says
I need this book! Thank you for posting it. I have a 9th grader and a 10th grader, and I feel like I’m treading on dangerous ground! 🙂
Hang in there, Leah! You can do it!
This is my first time visiting your blog. So much great information and tips – thanks. I appreciated what you said about attending your first homeschooling conference when your son was 17 months…. makes me feel that homeschooling is possible and that despite having anxieties there are resources we can use to better equip us to handle the challenges that come. 🙂
Oh, yes lots of resources and support!
Highschool feels so far off, but I know it will be here before I know it! Thanks for sharing about this resource!
You’re welcome. 🙂
Heather @ My Overflowing Cup says
Lee Binz is an excellent authority on homeschooling!
I’m looking forward to your future posts on this subject, Gena.
Thank you, in advance.
I love Lee Binz’s books – I’ve read quite a few of them and they are so helpful and practical. Thanks for sharing this on Middle School Monday!
Kristi Byk says
I am so looking forward to your series of posts. My son is in seventh grade. I am having that mixture of anxiety and excitement about high school. Thank you!