Free Homeschool Resources for High School


Free Resources for Homeschooling High School

**This is a little bit of a different post for me! But, in the fall I will have a FRESHMAN in high school. Yes, take a moment and freak out with me. So, after a little bit of freaking out, I’ve been doing lots of research and talking to friends who are a little bit ahead of me in this journey of homeschooling high school. I’m collecting resources and thought I should share those with you!**

I have this friend that I dearly love. She encourages me in my faith as well as in my parenting and homeschooling. I tell her that her methods are “out of the box” and she asks me, “WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?” LOL!

So, what do I mean by out-of-the-box homeschooling?

No textbooks. Or mostly no textbooks. ūüôā Or basing a class off of non-textbook related resources. Textbooks may be used, but as one of many tools used to help formulate the class.

For the most part, this friend of mine uses {mostly} FREE resources she finds on line or in her co-op. I have to tell you, she does a LOT of research for her homeschool family. She has 5 children, 2 of which are high schoolers. And you know what? I am pretty sure her kids are getting a better education than my own children. So, in a nutshell, she rocks.

I have collected so many of her resources saved and collected that I thought I should just do a blog post CRAMMED full of GOOD STUFF! I will divide up the resources by subjects.

Recommended: My friend recommends that you find textbooks (even college!) and make your syllabus based on the TABLE OF CONTENTS. Find free things (videos, PDFs, library books, activities) based on these topics and you can explore these things without even using the textbook as a main source for your class. Many of the links below came as a result of a topic found in the table of contents and looking for videos or sources online to use to teach that topic.

**If you have any resources you would like to be added to this list, please leave a comment with the link! Thank you!**

FREE Webinar to Help Parents with High School Transcripts 

Free High School Home School Resources

Full Curriculum

Ambleside Online –¬†¬†full, free, 12-year, Charlotte Mason-style curriculum.


**I’m sharing lots of links to resources that accompany the text she is using for her high school Chemistry weekly lab co-op class — here are the texts she is using to teach: Conceptual Chemistry¬†& The Joy of Chemistry¬†& The Cartoon Guide to Chemistry

Your Morning Basket


Health & Wellness & Body Systems (Biology)


Other Sciences



Literature, Writing & Poetry


Race to the Colosseum

Spanish (Foreign Languages)

Bible & Other (Misc.)


Free High School Homeschool Resources

Author: Candace Crabtree

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11 thoughts on “Free Homeschool Resources for High School”

  1. Thank you so very much for compiling these great links. These are going to help out our homeschool so much! I too will be pinning this! Please keep this page active I will be referring to it quite often : ) Much gratitude and appreciation!

  2. Thank you so much! I will also have a freshman in the fall! Weren’t we just snuggling on the couch reading FIAR books? Sigh…I look forward to more posts like this!

  3. Love the list, this is how we homeschool also. This year my high schoolers are using Tom Richey’s website for American History He presents history in a way they remember, without being overly flashy, raunchy or in your face loud.

  4. Easy Peasy
    Full curriculum, free. Course selections for all of High School core subjects and some electives. Also includes suggestions for other free offerings found elsewhere on the Other Courses page.

  5. I have a free intro to acrylic paintings e-book for high school available at my website I also keep an email list where I send out art challenges and tutorials.

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