Homeschooling is not new to me, but homeschooling a High Schooler is. It is one thing to have a younger child in Elementary or even Middle School, and another to have a High School student worried about seeking an accredited diploma and graduation or not. I was very concerned as my oldest son who is now in High School, is quite advanced in some areas. I didn’t want to do him a disservice by not having him have accreditation from a state establishment.
When I approached Michelle with my concerns, she immediately put my fears to rest. There was so much information out that is conflicting and confusing, but Michelle has put together an entire booklet on how to homeschool your high schooler. It has so much information, including course suggestions and how to make a transcript that will help highlight your student’s abilities without sacrificing your curriculum.
Michelle was very helpful giving me the direction I needed to find the answers I was looking for. I value her expertise.
Jami Lyn N. (homeschool mom)
I'm in my second full year of homeschooling and I still feel so clueless, especially when it comes to the high school years.
I can't stop thinking about the wonderful coaching session I had with Michelle Osborn last Friday. If you have been debating on whether or not you should do a coaching session with her, stop thinking about it and do it! Message her today!
She sat down with me and asked about each of my kids and once she got a good idea of my situation she helped with each one! All of my kids are so different and I was so delighted and grateful for all her experience and knowledge. She truly has a lot to offer those experienced or new to homeschool, with young kids or older or even both. Even though I only met her a couple of months ago, talking with her felt like we were old friends!
Thank you so much for all your help and knowledge Michelle, I have a completely new outlook for my kids and our bright future in homeschool together!
Natlie L. (homeschool mom)