Episode 94: Homeschooling Teens When You’re A Bit Scared of High School

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Homeschooling teens during the high school years is a bit scary to most moms, but Michelle Osborn has tips to help you be confident. She homeschooled all of her kids, who are now adults, so she knows what works & doesn’t work.

In this episode you’ll discover:

✅ 3 Things to do to prepare your teens for life
✅ How to find your own educational blindspots
✅ 2 Tips to overcome your blindspots
✅ How to make wise decisions with your teens about college

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Michelle Osborn is the owner and founder of Homeschooling Teens Successfully and Yellow House Book Rental, specializing in providing homeschool curriculum for rent or purchase, as well as coaching and guidance for homeschool families. She is a wife, a 22-year homeschool veteran, and mom of four children and grandma to six! Two of her children are now successful entrepreneurs. Michelle’s passions include serving by leading worship at her church and encouraging homeschool moms through one-on-one coaching, courses, social media and speaking engagements. She has found her niche in helping parents homeschool their teens through the high school years and on to pursue their dreams. HomeschoolingteensSuccessfully.com

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