MySchoolYear.com online homeschool organizer

by Veronica
(Texas)

I am a homeschooling mother of 9. My husband created MySchoolYear.com initially for me to keep track of our homeschool record keeping 10 years ago. This online program can generate transcripts and report cards. It can keep track of events, awards, test scores, volunteer work, lesson plans, reading logs, booklists, and more. I continually come up with ideas that are helpful tools for the homeschooling mom and then tell him to add it to the site. We recently created some videos to help people that might not be as technically savy, but want to use a system that is easy to figure out with color coded themed sections. My favorite part is the booklists because we can keep track of all the books we have been reading throughout the year.



I read the submission guidelines and am not sure how it applies to this situation since the product is a website and also because I am a co-creator. I just wanted to share information about the site-homeschoolers are able to try it for free for a month without any payment.

My Comments: Thanks for sharing this Veronica. This looks like a great resource. I like the fact that you allow people to have a free month first and that the yearly cost is very reasonable. I like the fact that there are lots of videos that give complete instructions for any people that are a bit technically challenged :)

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