Somewhere during the tween years, you will realize that your homeschool child has substantially mastered the three skills (language, thought, and communication) of the classical trivium. Where will you go next? How do you take the very best of classical education philosophy while creating a high school transcript?
Upon substantial mastery of the trivium, you’ll move on to step two of an authentic classical education, the post-trivium years, where you will supervise your teen in the exploration of ideas within the confines of their unique interests and your family’s preferred themes. How will you thoughtfully expose and guide your teen in the evaluation of life’s most meaningful ideas?
There are three questions in this fifth and final lesson of your authentic classical home education makeover. Each interactive lesson below, represented by a photograph of a teenager, is meant to help you absorb, connect, and do through several hands-on activities.
By the end of this lesson, you will be able to answer the following three questions:
Begin your discovery of authentic classical high school home education by clicking on the first photo and question to the right. When you are finished with the first question, move on to the next two questions.
Upon completion of this final module, please browse the wealth of high school articles on the blog to learn more about using the Western Canon in your home school plus how to construct the high school transcript.