Anne, is that some sort of state law, that if you home school it has to be with approved curriculums? Or do you mean the group supervised "home schooling"? I only know of 2 home schooling opportunities in my area .. and one being Gateway (Christian ) which is the cheapest and then theres is one more but I can't remember the name of that one but you have to pay a flat fee per month and order all the books online .. my oldest daughter did her Junior Year in homeschool through Gateway which I liked to have never got her into.. had to write a big essay on why I believe she should be homeschooled ..etc... then pay a $50 enrollment fee .. then had to order all the books online which was another $350 ..so homeschooling is not cheap but some are cheaper than others.. but to answer your question .I really don't know since my daughter only did it one year .. and that didn't work out as planned cause her high school didn't give her all her credits so she ended up having to get her GED...which was so lame of them but thats a whole nother story ...LOL
I say that because there are many different curriculums out there, or you could put your own together from a wide variety of materials. I was home schooled and we did not use any set curriculum. My parents put their own together, subject by subject.that would be nice
well I do know that she had to have so many credits from different subjects like history-but she had to have british lit / math-she had to have algebra-trigonometry and such ..so we couldn't just go pick out a book and decide thats what she was going to study that ..you do have State guidlines when it comes to what they need to graduate of course ..
I hope this answers your questions.. I am really tired and I feel like I am rambling here... LOL.. time for bed now