It can be intimidating to choose home school for your child, but it doesn't have to be! We're here to help you every step of the way to a personal and flexible education for your child.
Homeschooling is an option in the state of California (and many other states) that allows you, as the parent, to keep your child at home during the hours they would typically be in school.
The three most common options for homeschooling in California are:
The parent's role in homeschooling varies based on the type of homeschooling you choose. This can range from primary teacher to traditional parent support.
School curriculum includes textbooks, assignments, projects, materials, videos and assessments in a course. Homeschooling parents often take an active role in reviewing and selecting curriculum. Here's how:
Taking control of your child's education may create a slight learning curve for you as you navigate homeschooling. Parental resources and support vary by homeschooling option:
How can you replace the built-in friendships of a traditional classroom? You might be surprised to know that homeschooled students and parents generally have a strong social network. Here's how:
Thinking about your child's whole development is likely what brought you to homeschooling in the first place. There is a unique homeschooling fit for all families. Finding that fit requires some personal inventory and research into the available options.