Knowledge is Power: Debunking 6 Myths of Independently Home Schooling Through High School – Part 2


If you haven’t read Part 1, you can do so by clicking here to read the previous 3 myths. Part 2 of 2 MYTH #4 “Independently homeschooled students don’t have official transcripts.” Do you know the difference between an official transcript and an unofficial transcript? A notary. That’s it. Notarized transcripts are official. The absence of … More Knowledge is Power: Debunking 6 Myths of Independently Home Schooling Through High School – Part 2

Knowledge is Power: Debunking 6 Myths of Independently Home Schooling Through High School — Part 1


Part 1 of 2 I recently had a conversation with a woman who used to independently home school but has chosen to home school high school through a state-sponsored program. When asked her reasons, her choice was based solely in believing some myths about independently home schooling high school. Sadly, in this day and age … More Knowledge is Power: Debunking 6 Myths of Independently Home Schooling Through High School — Part 1

One NSIH Member’s Public-School-at-Home (Charter School) Experience


One *NSIH Member’s Public-School-at-Home (Charter Schools) Experience We were looking for a homeschool support group when we moved to Fairbanks, AK. We were told that a particular public-school-at-home program was a local support group. Silly really that someone would call a public school a “support group for homeschooling.” We were enticed by the money and … More One NSIH Member’s Public-School-at-Home (Charter School) Experience