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The It’s Not that Hard to Homeschool High School Podcast

The IT'S NOT THAT HARD TO HOMESCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL Podcast
Taking the overwhelm out of homeschooling your teen

NEWLY LAUNCHED on November 22, 2019!

Get ready to be encouraged, inspired, and empowered!

Listen while you drive or work around the house! Gain tips, tricks, and techniques that will help you feel confident -- and even successful! -- homeschooling your high schooler. There will be interviews with experts in all aspects of this journey; plus, Ann shares successes, strategies, and struggles from her own experience homeschooling five teens. Don't miss it!

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Episodes (new every Friday):

Writing is such an important skill, but it can be so hard to know how to help our kids do it well. Especially in high

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It’s that time of year when we are narrowing down our curriculum choices, when the hope is high that we’ll find something that will really

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In previous episodes Jean Burk told us how to prepare for the ACT, SAT, & CLT, but you might still have some burning questions about

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Phew, those pesky tests are so intimidating, but they can make a huge difference in how much you have to pay for college! The guest

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If you’re stumped wondering what a credit is and how to assign them to your teen, this podcast episode is the one you need. It

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This podcast series features Bethany Ishee of bethanyishee.com. In it we discuss different ways for high schoolers to learn outside of the box, or non-traditionally.

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Is your eighth-grader ready to earn high school credit? Many moms want to take advantage of their homeschooling freedom and get a head start on

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I had friends who went to Ivy Leagues, but I never even applied. I was too intimidated by that whole thing! And frankly, I was

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The relationship between teens and time seems to be a rather fluid one, LOL. In other words, teens tend to let time flow right through

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Did y’all know that I work outside the home? Yep, for 20+ hours per week. And then I do this blog/podcast and my Facebook group,

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As if homeschooling high school wasn’t scary enough, now you have to search for the college that your teen will go to that will make

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If you’re stressed about how to get your homeschooled teen into college, thinking that you have to make sure your teen does all the things

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