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Anyone have any good website for homeschooling High Schoolers?
I haven't tried this one but it was listed in our local paper
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Here are some of the high school websites I’ve collected:
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This is one of my all-time favorites:
DonnaYoung.org Printables and Resources
And for specialized courses, at a cost, there is Virtual High School. My daughter is taking Pre-vet, Animal Behavior, and Forensics.
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Have I mentioned these yet?
This is a site where you can download a free graphing calculator that works on Windows XP. It was just what we needed when my daughter's Algebra I book required the calculator for only one lesson. (Not worth buying one for that!)
Here's a website that has a "dynamic Periodic Table"--a nice reference for a Chemistry class. You can click on each of the elements for more information about them.
There are a bunch of free online courses here: free-ed.net/free-ed/.
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Thank you for all the wonderful websites. I am thinking about high school as my son is now in 6th grade. They had some really neat things I can use with him now. Thanks again.