Homeschooling High School For Free {HomeSchool High Link-Up}

Since it's the time of year when everyone is planning and talking about homeschool curriculum, I have heard questions and discussions going around everywhere about free resources. Who doesn't want free resources, right?

The problem is that most people share free resources for homeschooling the younger years, but it's harder to find free homeschool resources for high school.


So what about resources for homeschooling high school for free?


I did a little digging. Today I am sharing with you what that digging turned up.


Homeschooling High School for Free


Khan Academy

We love Khan Academy and have used it for math for a couple of years now. The children all love how he teaches math! (It's really the best if you create an account to use their math classes from. Their software will tell your student what they've mastered and what they need to practice or learn next.) What many people don't know is that there are many other video courses on the site as well. You can find history and economics, astronomy, computer programming, and many others.


Easy Peasy All-in-One High School

I had never seen this resource before. Some ladies shared it in a group I'm in, and I'm sure glad they did. You can find all sorts of topics from preschool through high school on the Easy Peasy site. This family basically builds and posts all of their own homeschool plans and then puts it up on the Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool site. They just published the high school side of it this summer, so they are still adding items. Even so, it is a treasure trove if you have some time to dig around!


Homeschool For Free Links List

Only Passionate Curiosity has a giant list of links to free resources and lesson plans. There are a lot of K-12 listings, but as you scroll farther down the list there are more and more links solely for high school. There are lots of topics from biology, chemistry, and physics to computer programming.



Currclick has tons of resources for all age levels! Just use their search feature to find what you're looking for. They even have live classes you can take online!


Homeschool For Free by Amy's Wandering

This is a list of resources put together on the Live Binder site. There are a ton of resources here! Take a few mintues to dg around. I'm sure you'll find something you can use! She also has a list of resources on her blog along with help creating your own curriculum.


Homeschool College USA

This site has class resources for high school as well as college at home courses. There is a mountain of resources here!


Grammar Bytes

This site looks really fun! Grammar resources and games, and they even have a You Tube channel with awesome videos that teach parts of speech and other language arts topics. I know I'll be digging around here some more!


Ambleside Online

If you are a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler– or would like to be– Ambleside Online is a great resource to check out. You can find curriculum here for kindergarten through grade 12.


Many of these resources were brand new to me, and I can't wait to dig around and see what we can add to our year!


What free resources have you found for homeschooling high school? Wanna share with the class? {grin}





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One thought on “Homeschooling High School For Free {HomeSchool High Link-Up}

  1. Thank you for the great resources and links. My son is just 7th grade but works ahead so I am constantly looking for work he can do.

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