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Subject: HS Websites
Date Posted: 10/12/2008 8:44 PM ET
Member Since: 8/28/2006
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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

www.LearningExpressLibrary.com



Last Edited on: 10/12/08 8:56 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 10/13/2008 10:23 AM ET
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Here are some of the high school websites I’ve collected:

  • http://donnayoung.org/forms/high-school.htm   This site shows you how to compute a GPA, and has forms for transcripts and diplomas.
  • http://litlovers.com/course/    Free online literature course
  • http://www.ucopenaccess.org/     Free online math, science, and history classes
  • http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/online_hs.htm    Links to bunches of great looking free online classes. The page is designed for parents of “gifted” children, but the classes are mostly high school level classes.
  • http://edsitement.neh.gov/view_lesson_plan.asp?id=594    This is a fabulous high-school level lesson plan for studying the Autobiography of Frederick Douglass. If the other lesson plans on the site are as good as this one, than I know I’ll be back here.
  • http://www.learner.org/resources/series123.html   You can watch the documentary “A Biography of America” online here. I’ve been catching episodes of this on my local PBS station during the teacher-programming time slot—it’s a great program; definitely worth adding to a U.S. History class. Search the site for other programs, too. They are expensive to buy, but you can watch most of them for free online.

Enjoy!

Dana



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Subject: High School Homeschooling Sites
Date Posted: 10/13/2008 2:54 PM ET
Member Since: 8/16/2008
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This is one of my all-time favorites:

DonnaYoung.org   Printables and Resources

http://www.donnayoung.org

And for specialized courses, at a cost, there is Virtual High School.  My daughter is taking Pre-vet, Animal Behavior, and Forensics.

http://www.govhs.org/Pages/JoinUs-Home



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Date Posted: 10/13/2008 3:46 PM ET
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Sue--how much do the Virtual High School classes cost?  I can't seem to find that on their website.  Looks like a good resource!

 

Date Posted: 10/22/2008 10:52 PM ET
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Date Posted: 10/23/2008 8:32 AM ET
Member Since: 2/13/2008
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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!)

malektips.com/xp_calculator_0008.html

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.

www.dayah.com/periodic/

There are a bunch of free online courses here:  free-ed.net/free-ed/



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Date Posted: 10/23/2008 9:12 AM ET
Member Since: 11/12/2007
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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.