Homeschooling High School in North Carolina
More and more parents are realizing that home education is a great choice for their teens.
Allowing our kids to learn at home for high school enables them to have more time for creative and “real-life” activities and a focus on independent learning experiences gives them the opportunity to learn skills that will enable them to do well in college academic life!
I have included a number of resources on the website to help you with homeschooling for high school in NC including curriculum reviews, information on how to create transcripts, course descriptions, articles on planning, tips on grading, getting into and paying for college and more.
I hope you will explore the website and that you will find those articles helpful.
Part of the reason for this website is to make it clear that homeschooling offers great opportunities and that students don’t have to miss out on anything in order to homeschool through high school.
High School Home Education
If you take a look around the website it will soon become obvious that the socialization question doesn’t have to be an issue – students of all ages can participate in educational events, field trips, extracurricular activities, sports.
Home schooled high schoolers don’t have to miss out on any academics or on the social milestones of high school life including, band, sports, community service, homecoming dances and proms.
Homeschooled teens often have more time to interact and communicate with both their peers and the public than their public and private schooled counterparts. Certainly they don’t have a lack of opportunities in our state!
Here are some links that might interest you and your high school students…
Homeschooling High School Resources
These are links to resources that can be found online or in your area that will help you to homeschool for high school.
- ANJ Consulting – Dr. Andrea N. Johnson-
College loans and debt advice - workshops and individual counseling available
- Annenberg Learner-
Video Learning and Interactive Website
- AP & Honors English, Science Courses Online-
Online Honors Classes in Science, Composition, Literature
- Cabarrus - PSAT-
Register by September 1st - Homeschool students who wish to test can do so at CCS' PLC High School. Please contact Cheryl Brooks, counselor at PLC: Phone: 704-795-7074 or Email: email@example.com
Find colleges and scholarships
- Career Assessment-
CLEP test, Career Assesments, Transcript & Diploma Services
- Career Assessment - Helpful Free-
The MAPP career assessment is perfect for students, graduates and working adults. You'll get a wealth of information to help find the right career that matches your unique assessment profile.
- Career Direct-
Personality, interests, skills, values—all of these factors affect the direction that a teen takes in his life. The Career Direct® Complete Guidance System analyzes these four areas and uses biblical principles to help teens and adults with career assessment and decision making.
- Career Guide - Book-
Homeschoolers and Jobs Careers - Your complete choice Career Guide
- Career One Stop --
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. A proud partner of the American Job Center network. Information on careers, education and links to resources to help you choose a career that is well suited to you.
- Charlotte Area - Special Needs Homeschool Teens-
This group is for Charlotte area homeschooling teens with invisible disorders such as Aspergers, ADHD, Tourettes etc. to get to know each other and get together.
- College Board - Career Info.
- College Math Placement Test Prep-
Helps you test out of college math - extensive information on placement tests for many colleges.
- College Planning Information-
FAFSA & Student Financial Aid Information from Andrea Johnson - ANJ Consulting Services
- College Rankings - Princeton Review-
College Counseling and Advice also available.
- Columbus - NC Science Museum, Whiteville-
Teen Science Cafe is at 415 South Madison Street, Whiteville, NC 28472, for more information about programs, call 910-914-4185 or EMAIL.
- Forsyth - Scholarship-
The Winston-Salem Foundation - scholarship opportunities
- Free SAT Prep - CK-12-
Free SAT test preparation and online textbooks
- Funda Funda-
Online Classes for Middle School and High School - core classes and enrichment
- Gaston County Teen Home School Group-
Inclusive teen group for ages 13 and up. Open-minded group looking to meet weekly for social activities at local coffee shops, museums, movies, etc. Our vision for this group is that it will led by the teens and activities will be based on their interests.
- Guide for Online Colleges & Disabilities-
For high school students: this site educates students with disabilities on their right to reasonable accommodations and helps you find online colleges.
- HomeSchool Math Crusade-
Online Math programs - self paced programs include higher math and STEM math.
- Homeschool Tracker-
- Homeschooling Teen Magazine-
Free E-zine. Students contribute.
- Iredell, Mecklenberg - Njoy Science-
Creationist Science Classes for Elementary through High School - Charlotte Metro & surrounding areas Cabarrus, Stanly, Rowan, Catawba, Lincoln, Gaston counties and the Fort Mill/Rock Hill area of South Carolina.
- K-12 Resources from the Bureau of Labor Statistics-
Career exploration - learn about what jobs you may be interested entail: what work you would do, what education you need etc. Great for helping highschoolers plan what they want to do for the four years of high school and beyond!
- Kahn Academy-
Online free learning in all subject areas.
- Landry Academy-
Live online classes in just about every subject. Also offers excellent two day intensive labs for high school level science.
- Living the Answer-
Core classes, study skills, apologetics, college application skills and other online classes for high school. Christian program with David Vogel.
- Mecklenburg - Homeschool Teen Adventure Group-
Secular Homeschool group for teens - events and activities group.
- NC Homeschooling for College Credit-
High School planning group with online state specific support for discussion of student getting college credits while in high school.
- NC Opportunities Through Ed-
Programs to recruit and assist minority students interstsed in STEM programs and higher education.
- NC Public School Grad. Requirements-
These are the NC Public School Standards for which credits students need to have to qualify for graduation from the NC Public School System. It includes requirements that PS students need to enter the NC University System as well which may be helpful if your student in interested in attending a state college.
Homeschools, like other private school programs in NC, are able to determine their own course requirements, but this may be helpful to use as a guide, especially if your student plans on continuing their education.
- Online Animation Course-
Digital animation and drawing courses online.
- Personality Test-
This free personality test is based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ personality type theory.
- SAT Practice-
Free SAT study
- Scholarships for Differently-Abled Students-
Award for college seniors and graduate students who are blind or visually impaired: Mary P. Oenslager Scholastic Achievement Awards (SAA) and award for high school seniors who are learning disabled: Marion Huber Learning Through Listening (LTL) Awards
- Science & Language Arts-
Anatomy, Biology, Literature & Writing ~ Online Classes for Homeschoolers - excellent AP & Honors courses too.
- Secular High School Curriculum-
Buy, sell and ask about secular high school curricula.
- Silicon Valley High School-
Lots of innovative courses - great pricing: $10 per credit; a 10 credit course is $100 and a 5 credit course is $50 - homeschoolers welcomed!
- Statewide - College Application Help-
Great consultant gives workshops on college scholarships, preparation for the college application process and personal interview preparation.
- The Lukeion Project-
Online Classical Education
High School Level online and interactive courses.
- Triad College By Exam-
Online Christian group for families whose students are seeking college credits via CLEP, DSST and other non-traditional means of furthering their education.
- Triad College By Exam- Yahoo Group-
Support Group for High Schoolers and their families. Students studying for college credit via CLEP, DSST, and other forms of non-traditional higher education can share information and support.
- Typical Course of Study - World Book-
FREE: K-12 typical course of study information. Great resource for homeschoolers.
- Unschool Adventures-
Teen Trips and Programs
- Well Trained Mind Academy-
Test Prep and online Classical Education
- What Should I Major In? --
After completing a short assessment, you will be presented with recommended majors that appear to fit you best.
- Work Ethic Scholarship Program-
Scholarship opportunity for students interested in attending trade school.
- Young Explorers Online-
Online: Statewide: Union County: Online live classes- core subjects as well as enrichment.
Homeschool Honor Society
- Eta Zeta Chapter - Homeschool Honor Society-
The Eta Zeta chapter serves Alamance, Guilford, Rockingham, and surrounding counties. Meetings are currently held in the Alamance County-Burlington Area, but students from Greensboro, High Point, and the rest of the Piedmont-Triad are welcomed!
- Xi Zeta Chapter - Eta Sigma Alpha National Home School Honor Society-
Northern Wake National Home School Honor Society, the Xi Zeta Chapter of the Eta Sigma Alpha National Home School Honor Society. Located in northern Wake County and established as one of the first home school honor societies in the Raleigh area, our mission is to encourage the development of an intellectual climate that will stimulate the exchange of ideas and ideals, foster scholarship, and promote academic excellence. We are also a Certifying Organization for the President’s Volunteer Service Award.
- Zeta Epsilon-
Charlotte area homeschool honor society - Zeta Epsilon Chapter of the Eta Sigma Alpha National Homeschool Honor Society. A group that meets for service and learning together. Follow the link for details about qualifying for membership, or contact Sheila South.
Proms and Dances