Mid-Year Evaluation, Burn Out, and Homeschooling Highschool {HomeSchool High Link-Up}

January is the time of year when everyone seems to be doing a mid-year evaluation of their homeschool year. Homeschooling moms everywhere will be assessing, boosting what is working well, and weeding out what isn't working.

It's also the time of year that we moms can feel burnt out, not sure if we can keep going. We find ourselves asking if homeschooling highschool is worth all the struggle… or if we are failing our teens.

So I want to take the next few weeks to encourage us all to keep going.

We can do this!


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This week I am featuring the Top 10 HomeSchool High posts of all time. These posts seem to be ones that others found encouraging enough to share and read.

I hope you find some encouragement here as well. Be sure to also visit the blog posts that were linked up that week! One of them may have just the words you need to help you keep going this year. I'd love for you to come back and leave a comment to let me know if you found what you needed to keep going! Sometimes just the sharing of what encouraged us can help to encourage another mom.


Top 10 HomeSchool High Posts



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1) High School Planning, Part 1



Helping High School Students Relate to Classic Literature- 7sisters26

2) Helping High School Students Relate to Classic Literature



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3) 5 Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Homeschooling High School



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4) Apologia Biology Labs as a Co-op Class



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5) Biology Lab Reports- What Is Typical?



home ec

6) Learning to Sew at Home



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7) Making A Homeschool High School Transcript



homeschool highschool for free

8) Homeschooling High School For Free



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9) Apologia Biology Labs~ Module 5



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10) 10 Ideas for Career Exploration in High School



Hang in there, moms! You can do this!





HomeSchool High is sponsored by Apologia.

I hope you'll tell them a big "thank you"!


Now it's your turn. What have you been doing this week with your high school teens?

Check out the Link-Up Guidelines, grab a button or banner for your post, and link up your post– old or new.

Be sure to visit some of the other ladies who have linked up! Leave them an encouraging word. Let's link arms, ladies! Spur one another on to the finish!

HomeSchool High…


Ideas, Resources, and Friends…
so It's not so scary.


Don't forget about the HomeSchool High Support Facebook group for great discussion and help! {Closed group, but you can request to join and I will add you.}



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