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Initial post: Jan 4, 2008 9:43:51 PM PST
Sandra Leigh says:
When I started homeschooling my son there were lots of suggestions, resources and help for elementary school. Help still was good for middle school. But I'm fighting a shortage of resources for high school Where are people getting their text books from and where do I go for suggestiosn and resources?

Posted on Jan 25, 2010 10:20:51 AM PST
Brynn V. says:
I am trying to decide on homeschool cirriculum especially for math and language arts. What are people's experiences with multi-subject books like Brainquest or Scholastic? What math programs do you like, Kumon, Modern Cirriculum, etc? My children are in the 1st and 3rd grades. Thank you for your input.

Posted on Nov 16, 2011 5:23:29 PM PST
For teenagers an online high school program may be your best bet. K12, Connections Academy, Liberty University Home School Program, BYU Homeschool Program, Indiana University Homeschool Program and University of Nebraska Homeschool Program. Are all option. There are many more but that should give you a good start. Also, consider attending a homeschooling convention in your area.
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