Believe it or not, I’ve got a daughter in college.
She took a traditional approach to public school and is now working and attending a local community college.
When I look ahead to teaching the Kennedy Kaboodle, I want our high school years to do double duty. It’s possible for homeschool high school students to earn college credit before actually finishing their high school years.
On Thursday, as part of the weekly iHomeschool Network’s iHomeschool Hangout series, we’re going to be discussing Earning College Credit while Homeschooling High School
Join iHomeschool Network bloggers Adrienne Bolton, Kendra Fletcher, Heidi Ciravola, and Sade Tagbo. Marlene Griffith and Jimmie Lanley serve as my production team, and I’ll be moderating the panel. (be sure to add all of us to your G+ circles)
Can’t see the video? Click here.
Want to listen on the go? You can download the podcast version in iTunes or Stitcher for Android users.
Come join in the fun! If you’ve got a homeschooling or family management topic you’d like to have us cover, leave me a note in the comment box!
I just watched the video and I have a daughter that is halfway through 11th grade. Would this work for us or is it too late in her highschool career to start this?