YOU’VE DECIDED TO HOMESCHOOL… NOW WHAT??
HSC is the perfect fit for families who have decided to homeschool but desire guidance, support, and student accountability along the way. Our unique program was created for this very purpose.
- The grade chart below is designed to demonstrate the courses taken in a traditional school setting according to grade level.
Although students are not required to stay within any particular grade track, fewer schedule conflicts will be encountered if the courses laid out for each grade level are followed.
- Parents may supplement with additional course materials; however, instructors have already selected for your students, widely utilized course books and materials that will be used in their classes.
How to view our Live-Online class schedule:
- Pre-determine the core classes you’d like your student to take and refer to our grade chart below for suggested guidance.
- Select one day at a time from our schedule and begin with Monday. Start from the top of the page and work your way down through each class period taking note of what is offered for your student’s grade level. Repeat these steps for each day of the week.
- Math and Science Live-Online core classes meet for one day a week and are offered on Mondays and Tuesdays.
- History and Language Arts Live-Online core classes meet for one day a week and are offered on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
- Enrichment courses are offered throughout the week during each class period. Check each day of the week to see the wide variety!
Our live-online classes offer flexibility in schedule planning. Students have a 2nd opportunity to enroll in a core subject class should he/she desire to take an enrichment course that is offered the same day and time. Refer to the notes above regarding which day of the week core classes are offered.
- Math: Math 6
- Science: Earth Science
- History: Ancient History
- Language Arts: Ancient History-based Writing or Lit & Comp for Middle School
- Math: Math 7
- Science: Life Science
- History: Medieval History
- Language Arts: Medieval History-based Writing or Lit & Comp for Middle School
- Math: Pre-Algebra
- Science: Physical Science
- History: U.S. History
- Language Arts: U.S. History-based Writing or Lit & Comp for Middle School
- Math: Algebra 1
- Science: Biology
- History: Elective
- Language Arts: English Lit & Comp 1
- Math: Geometry
- Science: Chemistry
- History: World History
- Language Arts: World Literature
- Math: Algebra 2
- Science: Chemistry or Physics
- History: American History
- Language Arts: American Literature
- Math: Pre-Calculus
- Science: Chemistry or Physics
- Language Arts: British Literature
- History: American Government/Economics
- Our Easy-Access Student Portal will help keep you and your student on track by providing a weekly syllabus of due assignments. The student will be informed of exactly what to work on and have direct access to contacting their instructor during the week for any additional needs.
- Whatever has led you to homeschool, know that YOU CAN DO THIS! The HSC program and structure are designed to equip you, the parent, with an added layer of accountability and structure for your child through the interaction provided by the instructors. Weekly assignments and live interaction with the instructors and peers have proven to be extremely instrumental for the homeschooling family.
- Your job as the parent, is to ensure that your students are doing the assigned work in between class-time. When students are young and not yet able to read and write, you as the parent (or someone that you have assigned to work with your student, i.e. a relative, a tutor…) will need to pour more into their learning. But in due time, you and your student will reap the benefits if you commit to the early stages of learning. Eventually your child will be able to work independently, and this is the ultimate goal.
PULLING IT ALL TOGETHER
- We encourage families to be intentional about getting schoolwork completed and scheduling time for extracurricular activities such as park days, beach days, nature walks, co-op field trips, sports and recreational activities with a group of peers, all of which is essential to a child’s development and overall emotional well-being. Building these goals together as a family will be rewarding and will serve as meaningful memories that you will cherish.
- HSC’s framework and commitment to servicing families, coupled with your involvement in your child’s path to learning, will bring countless rewards and your child’s potential will become limitless!
Once you decide to homeschool, you will need to do some research on how to inform your state agencies on your child’s educational status. There are three basic alternatives:
- Charter Schools: Charter schools vary by state. They hold student records, assign a credentialed teacher to help plan a student’s course of study and oversee the student’s work progress. Some charter schools designate an allotment of funds to be used for approved educational services.
- Private School Satellite Program (PSP): A PSP is a private school which files an affidavit on behalf of its students. The parent is responsible for designating and maintaining his/her own student’s course of study. Students are required to turn in work samples among other potential requirements determined by the PSP administrator.
- Private School Affidavit (PSA): A parent must file the affidavit for his/her student and is responsible for all student records.
For Detailed Information
The Homeschool Legal Defense Association (“HSLDA”) is a great resource for homeschooling families. HSLDA passionately advocates for the freedom to homeschool and offers support for every stage of your homeschool journey. With 80,000 member families, Home School Legal Defense Association is the nation’s largest, most trusted homeschool advocacy organization. They’re here to advance and protect our freedom to homeschool.
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