There are endless options for curriculum to meet any homeschool's need. Check out our working Google doc on a variety of choices to get you excited about all the possibilities. Homeschool Curriculum links.
Thinking of Homeschooling in High School? Things to Consider:
If you plan on homeschooling only part of high school and returning to public school, please understand that you will need to prove the completion of credits. Although the law indicates that this can be done via testing or "other methods", the most efficient way is to use an accredited program. Please see the curriculum doc above for a list and links to some accredited programs.
Please read NHN's faq, section 6 A
For the Homeschool High Schooler, there are other options to consider!
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Many of our children face challenges with Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism, and other learning differences. You can homeschool your child with learning differences, there are lots of resources and places to get help.
Here is a list of resources* to get you started. If you have suggestions to add to the list, let us know!
*NNHS does not endorse or recommend a specific curriculum or business listed here. These were compiled from suggestions from fellow homeschool parents.
(Reno, offering a variety of services including assessments and interventions with homeschoolers in mind)
Bright Solutions for Dyslexia (Susan Barton)
Overcoming Dyslexia (book)
Lexercise (assessments and online therapy)
Eye Convergence/Tracking Therapy (Reno):
How-To Homeschool, Inspiration, Parenting and Education
They're Your Kids
The Brave Learner by Julie Bogart
The Well-Trained Mind by Susan Wise Bauer
The Read-Aloud Family by Pam Barnhill
The Unschooling Handbook by Mary Griffith
Teaching From Rest
The Self-Driven Child
Punished by Rewards by Alfie Kohn
Dumbing us Down by John Taylor Gatto
There's No Such Thing as Bad Weather
Free to Learn by Peter Gray
What do We Do Monday? by John Holt
Home Learning Year by Year by Rebecca Rupp
How to Talk so Kids Can Learn
Lighting Their Fires