Summer is a great time for students to relax and enjoy the end of the school year. If you are anything like us, you have a few books you want to scratch off your list. Summer reading can be an excellent way to integrate our faith into our literary journey. We hope you enjoy this list of books that we think will both entertain and inspire Christian homeschool high school students throughout their summer break.
About Stephen Muldrow & the Dual Credit at Home TeamStephen Muldrow is a husband and father of two. He is currently working as a retirement consultant, and serves with his wife Kellie in several ministries at their church in rural Iowa. He received his undergrad degree from Charter Oak State College and his Masters of Divinity from Fairhaven Baptist College.
The summer experience is valuable and comes in all shapes and designs. One conversation that we have had multiple times is talking through why we do what we do during the summer months. Whether it is relaxation from a school schedule or moving to the structure of a summer job there are plenty of things to consider. However you have approached things in the past, we hope to make you think a little about this summer.
The timeframe for starting your student on Dual Credit is going to be unique to your situation. This is college-level material, so getting any of it done before high school graduation is certainly getting ahead of the game. That being said, you know your student and you know what they are capable of.
No two Dual Credit At Home students are the same. This seems to be a hallmark of homeschooling itself, as vastly different people sometimes do the same curriculum or class load for vastly different reasons.
The future can be scary and it can be exciting. Fortunately, we get to face it with colored pencils and a new planner. Hopefully, you can use these three tips for starting your school year off right!
Reading is one of the most formative things that our children do. Understanding the dangers and the need should prompt a parent to put some thought into it.
We can’t delegate our children to someone else. This is true in the classroom, the pew, and the playground. I’m not going to hover, but when anyone asks whose kid this is, I am going to stand up. He’s mine. I’m pretty excited about it.
From virtual basketball camp to online robotics classes things are changing. There are a multitude of offerings that would normally be reserved for on campus or a formal classroom setting that are now being offered to a broader audience.
Remote CLEP proctoring is best understood as exactly the same thing that it always has been - except by video instead of in person.
Getting distracted and wasting time are pitfalls that will threaten your teen’s focus in high school. Here are 5 common time wasters for them to avoid.
Is your teen studying for the Analyzing and Interpreting Literature CLEP? These five free online and offline tools can be a great way to supplement your teen’s Study Plans!
Are you wondering what exactly your teen can do with a general studies degree? Get the specifics here.