Parents of High School Teens
Find out what’s your next steps for a successful “launch”.
Those High School Years!
Find out your next steps toward a successful “launch”.
Getting ready for high school—though just a continuation of your homeschool journey—somehow FEELS like uncharted territory. It’s not, though; many have been here before, and you’l find plenty of help at the convention .
Your full family registration includes all keynotes and workshops, Exhibit Hall and UCS shopping, An Evening of Real Refreshment, Math Night for dads and kids, our expanded Special-Needs Conference, and more! Some optional add-ons do have an additional charge–sessions not included in the registration fee are noted in the description.
Your Guide for High School at Home
Getting Ready to Navigate High School?
How to Homeschool High School Track – Only at the Convention
THURSDAY NOON TO 5 P.M.
Noon – 1 p.m.
It’s an Education, Not a Rat Race
What does a great high school education look like? If you’re worried that it means giving up teaching in a way that fits your family, worry no more. You’ll learn which requirements are important; how to decide what each student should study; and how to tailor the high school experience to fit the student’s interests, aptitudes, and future plans. You’ll leave with the confidence that you and your teen can homeschool through high school with joy.
2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
7 Steps to a Simple High School Transcript
Transcripts are not just for college-bound students—every student needs one. The high school transcript is designed to highlight your student’s talents, strengths, and skills in the same way a résumé does for a prospective employee. It should present an accurate overview of the high school experience. You’ll learn a step-by-step process for creating a simple, effective transcript, including how to assign grades, calculate a grade point average, name classes, and grant credit. You’ll be sure to leave with a “can-do” feeling.
4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Why Wait? Earn College Credit in High School
What if you could earn a college degree when most teens are graduating from high school, save thousands of dollars, and get a head start on life? What if you could do a lot of it from home, at your own pace, using curriculum and resources of your choice? For America’s founding fathers and other educated people from the past, it was ordinary for teens (and sometimes even pre-teens) to begin college-level work as soon as they were ready. Join us to learn where to start
Bringing the Family?
In a hands-on, interactive event, teens ages 12 and up participate in a simulated meeting of the United Nations General Assembly as they learn about international diplomacy.
Teens can purchase optional add-ons such as soldering, 3D Printing, and hands-on science—or take the free ASVAB career exploration assessment (free). Check the schedule for ages and times.
How to Add EventsAdd your choice of events when you register for the convention.
Already registered for the convention? Add an event for yourself or your family easily through this online form. Questions? Call the HEAV office, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 804-278-9200.