Homeschooling high school can sometimes be scary and overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be! Equipping yourself with the right information can make all the difference when choosing a course of study for your teenager. Today I am reviewing a great book full of helpful, detailed information that will make embarking on that journey less daunting - Transcripts Made Easy: The Homeschooler's Guide to High School Paperwork from Everyday Education.
I received a digital PDF copy of this amazing resource, which is in it's fourth edition at the time of this writing. While I realize there are dozens, if not hundreds or thousands, of books out there written to the homeschooling high school parent - this one is a definite MUST READ. It's 129 pages of thorough, yet consise information to help any parent - regardless of your homeschooling method or style.
What I really loved about this resource was the fact that right near the beginning, after briefly explaining what a transcript should document and why, there is a section titled, "Where to Start in this Book". This is great for those of us who don't have the time or the need to read the book cover to cover and want specific information pertaining to your stage of homeschooling. For example:
It even has a specific reading and action plan to follow if your student is already wrapping up homeschool high school and you need to produce a transcript ASAP! Read More...