Many, such as Bob Jones University and Patrick Henry College, actively recruit them.
Kids who learn at home consistently outperform their schooled peers on standardized tests, including the ACT test (a reliable indicator of future college success), and are welcomed at just about every college and university.
Many teens who had difficulty in school do exceptionally well as homeschoolers.
Currently almost two million children are homeschooled in this country.
The fastest growing segment of this homeschool population are teens.
The cost is still much cheaper than a complete private school education.
The main difference between teaching children at the elementary level and secondary level is that you will need to become your child’s guidance counselor.You'll also find Cafi Cohen's book, Homeschooling: The Teen Years to be very helpful. .header__3OBc H.wrapper__36h [email protected] (min-width:71rem) Nav__1Sh [email protected] (min-width:500px)@media (min-width:71rem)Nav__1Sh Ab.visible__2m RGs.section__1Mi Zw.section Title__2XZFa.community Section__2j Nz S.community Section__2j Nz S .section Items__1t Eq P.community Section__2j Nz S .section Items__1t Eq P .link__HCunz.section Links Section__2Pxj Q.other Links Section__3Q5VU.other Links Section__3Q5VU .section Items__1t Eq P.other Links Section__3Q5VU .section Items__1t Eq P .link__HCunz.Myth #1: Homeschooling in high school is too difficult for the average parent.In reality, homeschooling in high school can be much easier than the earlier years, because your high school student is capable of more independent study.In the early days of the modern homeschooling movement, this may have been true.