Homeschooling the high school years can be like starting all over again. There are so many new things to think about, like GPAs, transcripts, college prep and more. One of the new and fun things about high school are electives.
When my oldest was in middle school I spent time researching for the high school years. Everything from the number of credits and in what subjects she would need, to the type of planner she would use, and how I would help her to learn to manage her time.
I created a 4 Year High School Plan so that I could lay everything out to be sure she wouldn’t get to senior year and find out she had a ton of credits still left to earn.
Part of high school credits include planning for electives. What exactly are they?
“High school electives go beyond the core classes of English, math, science, and history. Electives supplement the educational years with classes that interest your child and prepare them for adult life.”
E is for Electives
E is for Electives is part of the ABCs of Homeschooling over at My Joy-Filled Life. Please head over there to read about Planning for Electives, Narrowing the Field, and Help for Choosing High School Electives.