This page was last updated: October 6, 2014
Home School for High School
with Kathleen Duncan
Home School for High School Seminars
In a four-hour seminar, Kathleen Duncan presents information about Home Schooling for High School. She uses humor and honesty to share how her family has successfully graduated five teens. More than three thousand families have attended her seminars.
The information shared at these seminars applies to colleges and universities throughout the US. Families throughout Alabama, Oklahoma, Washington, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas & Tennessee and from as far away as Russia and Singapore have benefited from these helpful seminars.
Each family attending the Seminar will receive a binder containing more than 200 pages covering topics such as:
Record Keeping Standardized Tests:PSAT, ACT, SAT & SAT II, GED Accreditation Course Development How to Document Courses Completed Joint Enrollment Options Graduation Requirements College Admissions Requirements Creating a Portfolio & Transcript College Search and Application Process
Teens are welcomed and encouraged to attend with their parents.
You can host a seminar for your homeschool group! Check out the hosting details.
We now offer a Portfolio Assembly Session along with the Home School for High School Seminars.
Kathleen will bring supplies so you can put your portfolios together and begin the record keeping process the very next day! You will take home a binder with forty dividers - you'll be ready to go. You will receive copies of Course Objectives for a variety of classes plus copies of blank Course Worksheets to use when compiling your child's records.
The Portfolio Kit includes a heavy duty binder, dividers and labels for major subjects & 30 courses, plus more than 70 pages of additional information and forms to make record keeping even easier! You also receive a password so you can download Word, Excel and PDF files of all the forms included in the Kit.
The additional cost is $45 if paid by the Early Registration Deadline or $55 after that date.
(To assure we have enough materials for everyone, advanced registration is required.)
Confused about the differences between the Seminar and the Portfolio Session? Click here
Teens are welcome and encouraged to attend with their parents.
In August 2013, we our 20 year old son went Home.