Homeschooling High School Made Easy

Homeschooling high school is the hot topic with Cheryl Bastain on Episode #151 of Roadschool Moms. The replay is a live recording by the Roadschool Moms team from the road. Kimberly Travaglino, co-founder of Fulltime Families,  broadcasts from her location after wrapping up the FtF Hangout at the Balloon Fiesta in Albequerque, NM for the last time this year. Across the country, Mary Beth Goff, the Road Trip Teacher calls in from the beautiful Parke County, Indiana. The OTR duo are joined by Cheryl Bastain, homeschool veteran mama of seven . This episode sheds light on the challenges and rewards of homeschooling high schoolers. Hit the replay to hear more about this season of a homeschool mom’s journey as uncovered by the Roadschool Moms team.

Homeschooling High School Highlights

Follow the journey of Cheryl Bastain who has successfully graduated high schoolers from her homeschool tribe of seven kiddos. A veteran homeschooling mom for more than two decades, Cheryl admits that she doesn’t live in an RV but has used road trip as a tool for awesome learning adventures. She gives new roadschool moms advice on where to start if high school is on the horizon. Moreover, she reflects on homeschooling high school as a celebration, a season to cherish with high school aged children. Consequently, this engaging interview also reveals:

  • How to easily integrate roadschool experience into high school credit
  • Why math and science naturally are easily woven into roadschool
  • What methods of homeschooling high school are best
  • Where to start if writing is a struggle in this season of homeschool
  • Favorite roadschool experiences with her own high schoolers

Homeschooling High School on the Road

Hit the replay for this engaging hour of homeschooling high school on the road even when it seems a daunting task. The interview is sprinkled with great ideas to grow your high schoolers portfolio over these important years. Finally, Cheryl even touches on keeping transcripts and submitting college applications but promises to return for another show all about these subjects.

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Homeschool enrollment is on the rise. As a result, more and more families are moving into a home on wheels. Further, the Roadschool Moms record this broadcast to present resources that meet the challenges of today’s roadschooler. Kimberly Travaglino, co-founder of Fulltime Families, and Mary Beth Goff, the creator of Road Trip Teacher, team up every week to offer listeners a fresh take on homeschooling while traveling full time across America’s backyard.

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The College Application Dance – MBFLP 182

The process of applying for college can be stressful for homeschoolers. It’s hard enough being both Mom and Teacher – now she has to play Guidance Counselor too! Can your son prove he’s ready for college? How can you showcase your daughter’s real gifts? Will admissions offices believe it when Mom gives the grades? Hal and Melanie have successfully launched four children from homeschooling to the college classroom – this episode, they share some important principles for building an awesome – and truthful! – college application.

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Teen Boys Who Hate School – MBFLP 178

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Long ago, we noticed a revolving door at the eighth grade – parents who homeschooled their children from the beginning putting their kids into the school system, and public school parents pulling their kids out of the very same pipeline. Maybe the problem isn’t the school, but the student! This episode we talk about early teens who get restless and uncooperative about schoolwork, and some strategies to help everyone get through this struggle!

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Lessons Learned in Homeschooling High School

Lessons Learned Homeschooling High School: Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast

Are you thinking about homeschooling high school? Or are you looking for tips and encouragement to continue the journey? Either way you’ll enjoy this episode with Kym Smythe, Vicki Tillman, and Sabrina Justison of They’re the moms to talk to for real-life high school homeschooling advice.


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A homeschooling mom on asked for advice for her homeschooled teen and I thought other parents might have the same question. If you or your homeschooled teen is forgetful, distracted, or disorganized, listen to this episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show.

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MBFLP – Homeschooling High School

When we started homeschooling, we weren’t planning to do high school at home – but now we’ve graduated three who all went on to college on scholarship. You can do high school at home, even the subjects you hated (or missed) when you were a teenager, and you can actually enjoy it, too! Listen in for experienced encouragement to take on the big challenge – Homeschooling High School!


MBFLP - Homeschooling High School