Have a teen headed to college? Here are a few suggestions for how you can start preparing your teen spiritually for college.
Even thinking about figuring out a GPA scares some people. Yes, it can be confusing, but hopefully this article will help to make the process clear and simple!
Heard about InstantCert, the online flashcard program? Read our overview and learn why we recommend it at Dual Credit at Home.
We never did robotics in school growing up, but it looks like SO much fun! Here are some ways to get your kids involved through NASA and even Lego!
Science is one of the most fun, yet also most challenging, subjects to teach in your homeschool. Here are six basic learning tools for any aspiring scientist to have on hand when learning about the wonders of our world.
One of the best things about homeschooling is the ability to tailor it to your family’s individual
When it comes to which exams to take to earn dual credit, sometimes it’s a little puzzling knowing where to direct your teen. Here are some differences between CLEP vs AP exams.
If you and your crew are needing a little bit of majesty in your schedules, consider one of these national parks! Oh, and they’re educational too!
A great way to plan for the year is by attending a homeschool convention or conference in your area. If you are new to homeschooling or have never been to a state convention or regional conference, the thought of going can sometimes be overwhelming.
Are you thinking about beginning the homeschool journey with your teenager? Homeschooling is a rewarding endeavor and can be especially meaningful when working with older students.
A homeschool yearbook makes a fabulous graduation gift for teens. Here are some ideas for creating a yearbook your whole family will love.