"Give Your Child The Education They Deserve Right From Your Home, Teach Them More Than High Paying Private Schools Do"
Elizabeth has been accepted to four different universities and is having problems choosing which one she prefers. The decision is made even more difficult because Elizabeth is just 15 years old.
Michael took his SAT test last Saturday. He scored 1560 out of 1600 including a perfect 800 in math. He’s looking forward to finishing his schooling as he will be attending Harvard in the fall.
George has been invited to his local college to compete for five scholarships they are awarding amounting to full tuition for four years – about $100,000 each. The scholarships are awarded based on academic ability and the competition is stiff every year. He’s expected to finish first and have his schooling paid for.
What do all of these children have in common? All have been home schooled.
At one time, home schooling was associated only with religious and political choices in an attempt to stand up to the government-regulated public school system. Today, however, more and more children are being home schooled for a variety of reasons.
Table of Contents
Making the Decision
How to Start
Layouts for Your School Space
How to Teach
Scheduling Your Home School Day
Fitting in Everyday Life
What to Teach
Establish a School Identity
Are You Qualified to Teach
When Problems Occur
Dealing with Criticism