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From: Julie in MN (
Subject:         I also started by homeschooling a high schooler
Date: February 20, 2010 at 11:45 am PST

In Reply to: Need Advice posted by Elayne on February 19, 2010 at 7:19 pm:

I also started by homeschooling a high schooler. It can be done! My situation was completely different, but I also just jumped in as a last resort.

I have minimal experience with SOS (one semester of Biology) and it didn't work well for us. I haven't heard of the other program you mention.

I think any materials can work, and I've really seen homeschooled kids succeed with almost every variety of curriculum. I do think you'll need to commit some time each day to working out any questions etc., because that one-on-one & problem-solving modeling makes the difference, in my opinion.

Some things *I* really like, to add to your exploration:

- Math Relief for algebra I and II
- My Father's World for Bible/history/literature & they also have some good electives


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