Homeschool History and Elective Courses
Any homeschooling program should include two years of elective subjects (G) and two years of history and social science. Electives may include a range of subjects but they must be academically challenging, involve substantial reading and writing and include problem solving, analytical thinking or research skills. They may be interdisciplinary, like digital photography. Elective courses provide an opportunity for students to explore the world and their place in it, with media courses along with sociology, anthropology and psychology. Already computer literate, our homeschool students will also find IT courses that will engage and challenge them, whether they are interested in coding or becoming a Microsoft maestro. Our range covers many G subject areas such as political science, economics, geography, humanities, psychology, sociology, anthropology, journalism, speech or debate, computer science and computer programming - a world of resources at your fingertips!