RESOURCES FOR HOMESCHOOLING TEENS
It's natural, because it's a cultural habit, to think that kids who are high school age will study algebra, English, history, science, foreign language, art, music, and other subjects, and to expect that these studies will lead to a high school diploma and the next step in life. It's natural to think this way, but it isn't necessary. HSC offers extensive information about homeschooling teens.
A book by Blake Boles (check out all of his books regarding self-directed learning)
Stories, advice, and suggestions from a variety of families.
by Wes Beach Expected
A respectful, loving, effective approach that ensures that parent and teen will be friends as the stormy seas of adolescence subside.
An exploration of the daily lives of unschooling teens.
Questions predominant notions of education, and gives advice on designing one's own education, including ideas about learning, resources, and anecdotes.
Guide to non-traditional learning opportunities: foreign study, internships, apprenticeships, service learning, university coursework, independent study, and more