1. Read a book:
For beginners I recommend "Curriculum Manual for Junior and Senior High" by Cathy Duffy, and "Homeschoolers' College Admission Handbook" by Cafi Cohen.
2. Take a class:
Do a Google search for your state and the words "homeschool convention." Go to the convention and take classes on high school. You may find a support group that will have an expert speak on the subject.
3: Get some help:
Contact a veteran homeschooler with your questions, or join support group or online homeschool group. For more support, feel free to contact me. I offer the convenience of consulting over the phone or in person!
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For all classes on the transcript, I recommend either a whole or half credit, not smaller or larger. Here an easy to remember "formula" for dual enrollment college classes:
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