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Homeschooling High School: Planning Ahead for College Admission (New and Updated) Paperback – April 1, 2004
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"Easy to read, no-nonsense, logically organized, and a new 'must have' for those contemplating, as well as those already immersed in, homeschooling." --Dr. Geoffrey Gould, Director of Admissions, Binghampton University (SUNY)
"By thoroughly researching the questions she has addressed in this book, Dennis has been able to produce an extremely helpful book that is simultaneously inspirational and practical." --Cathy Duffy, Author of "The Christian Home Educators' Curriculum Manual"
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Not only does this book offer reading lists, suggested topics to cover in courses, and lists of materials for science, but the author offers a collection of forms that is invaluable. I simply printed out the forms in her book for easy organization of the work my children are doing this year. She has time sheets, reading logs, and most importantly, a transcript. I've always wondered what a professional transcript was supposed to look like. There are many other forms as well.
This book leaves nothing to chance. I feel certain that any homeschooler using this book will have no difficulty getting a child into college.
I was trying to figure out whether to choose "Physical Sciences" or "Physics", and "Grammar" or "Composition" for our child's HS freshman year. This book was no help whatsoever.
If you're looking for encouragement, buy this book. If you're looking for a practical "how to" manual, continue to search.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There are better books on this topic. I did not find it very helpful. Seems to be a bit out of date.Published 18 months ago by Bibliomom
This is an excellent book with lots of useful information. I highly recommend it for high school students and their parents.Published on October 4, 2013 by Eclectic Reader
This book must have good things to offer as far as homeschooling through high school in concerned, but if you're not Christian you may have a hard time wading through the lectures... Read morePublished on April 21, 2008 by SlingMommy
I purchased this book, which was recommended by a home schooling mom, as a resource to refer other home schoolers to. I have not read it as yet myself. Read morePublished on February 23, 2006 by Marilyn Scraver