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Homeschool Resource Guide: High School Support


at the Library!

Do you want to earn job experience and volunteer hours for college?

Come by the circulation desk and fill out an application!

Minimum Age Requirement: 15 years old

YA Book Club

This is a book club for those Young Adults who love to read, making new friends and meeting up with like minded people. Everyone between the ages of 13 – 18 years is welcome. Bring your friends too!

Mark you calendars! The YA Bookclub will start back in Spring 2020. Join us for snacks, friends, and good literary conversation!

Homeschooling through High School

Once homeschool students reach high school age, many parents find the idea of advanced subject matter and college-prep daunting and consider sending their children to public school. We are here to offer support for these trying years. Homeschooling through High School is no doubt hard, but you can do it and we are here to help!

Below you will find resources that will aid you in getting your homeschool students through high school.

Let's Homeschool High School

Provides support for homeschooling families in high school such as a beginner's guide, FAQs, information for parents and students, and even offers templates and downloads for schedules, transcripts, diplomas, and much more. 

Homeschooling High School

Webpage of the NCHE website that provides a plethora of information for homeschooling families with high schoolers including support groups, information on curriculums and course credit, achievement testing, and graduation.

Student Driving Education

Provides a brief overview of the requirements for Driver's Education, and how students can take the needed classes to obtain their permit. More information can also be found on the NCDNPE website. 

CCCC Career & College Promise

Central Carolina's Community dual enrollment program that allows high school students the opportunity to receive college credit


Webpage detailing the homeschool graduation ceremony held by the NCHE each year in May or June. 

UNC College Admission Requirements

Provides an overview from the NCDNPE of the high school courses required for admission into universities in the UNC System. 

College Foundation of North Carolina

Resource to helping students plan for college. Provides scholarship searches and help when ready to apply for college. 

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FAFSA is a required government application that should be filled out by parents and students who seek federal grants or loans to help pay for college. 


The Testing and Education Reference Center (TERC) is great for high school students preparing for college. Use it to access FREE resources including:

  • Test Prep Study Manuals (Including SAT & ACT)
  • Practice Tests
  • Scholarship Search
  • Resume Help

Log into TERC through NC LIVE with your Library Card!


Calling all Teens!

Our library welcomes YOU. 

If you are 13 to 18 years old ask the front desk for a Teen Advisory Board application today!

Why join?

Share you ideas for library programs, advise us on the books and movies you want, have snacks, and earn community service hours!

Members meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.