Homeschool Advisor Blog List

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Freedom, Responsibility, and Home Education

 

As we celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, should we consider what responsibilities we have in return for the freedoms that we enjoy?

 

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15 Things to Know Before Enrolling in Virtual Public School

 

Are you thinking about enrolling your homeschool high school student in a virtual public school program?  Here are some things you should know!

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Homeschoolers:  Should You Stop Using Facebook?

 

As a homeschooler, you may find that you turn to Facebook for information and support, but you are concerned about the Facebook data breach.  We share information that will help you become more aware of the information Facebook has and how you can protect your data.

 

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11 Reasons Why NC Homeschool Students are Enrolling Part-Time in Virtual Public School

 

Would you consider enrolling your homeschool high school student part-time in virtual public school?  Find out why homeschoolers are choosing this option!

 

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Homeschoolers:  Dual Enrollment in Public School

 

Homeschoolers and dual enrollment in public school?  It is a growing trend in North Carolina and nationwide.  Homeschool high school students are being offered the opportunity to enroll in virtual public school programs and take courses for free.  Are you curious?  Have you wondered if this is legal in North Carolina?

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