As a parent, your work during high school includes planning for and providing the best possible education for your child, so they can learn the life skills they need. It’s your job to prepare your children to be ready for a variety of different possibilities and encourage them to pursue what they need to know in order to function in their job, whether that includes college or not. In the midst of the variety of options for high school graduates, distance learning is a great alternative you might want to look into.
We have used distance learning for two of our kids. The first is pursuing her degree from home using College Plus. The second is a Running Start (dual enrollment) student taking her classes entirely online from our rural home. It has worked out well for both of them.
Well done, Lin!
You found a way to take care of what your kids needed. As homeschoolers, that's the best we can strive for!
Assistant to The HomeScholar
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