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High School Homeschooling

Now that I have graduated two of my always-homeschooled children to adulthood (one in 2020 and the other in 2022), I feel like I have some wisdom and perspective on the subject of high school homeschooling. Some of the lessons learned: Jobs can teach far more than academics to an adolescent. I feel like employment or entrepreneurship offers so much well rounded, holistic development. Some kids just aren't academic oriented. My daughter hated all forms of homeschooling, even unstructured unschooling but has grown in leaps and bounds since starting her first job; she's become quite mature and responsible. As a mom, it brings me joy to see her shine in her element. You will go through frustrating times where you see no observable progress or growth. Homeschooling does still work even when it seems like it isn't. The seeds were planted, they just lie dormant until the conditions for growth are optimal. The Lord gives you what you need when you need it. The journey is as importa

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