Homeschooling High School: End of School Year Review


Homeschooling High School isn’t so hard. You just have to keep adjusting to the changes and do what works for your family. This phase of letting go is harder on mom than it is on the kids… but the teen years are definitely a challenge for all. Take zits for example… and hormones… and having […]

Homeschool High Schoolers Learning to Meet Deadlines


I have quite the gap between my oldest and youngest homeschool ‘student’ (my youngers are preschoolers), and we spent quite a few years on Unit Studies, Charlotte Mason, and an eclectic brand of Accidental Unschooling after the little ones came along unexpectedly. And so, here at the bee-hive, we have not had as many deadlines […]

Charlotte Mason-Inspired Online Literature Course for Teens


The last time we studied the Medieval Times, my kids were in the very beginning of Elementary. Those days were so precious. I look back on them and shake my head at how fast these ‘students’ of mine have grown up into mature young people. We had such fun doing hands-on things like crafts and […]