You can see if http://www.k-12.com provides high school classes in your area. If so they can provide you with everything you need for free.
In your home? To what are you referring... books? curricula? Depending on your state, homeschool requirements vary. Depending on where your child attended the first 8 grades, educational needs vary. I would consider first...which college will follow high school. Then, I would contact that college to investigate application requirements. Next, I would meet with the dean of the college and interview this person to identify which extracurricula activites would benefit a homeschooled college candidate. After that, I would review the state laws to ensure I was covering governmental requirements. Once I had a list of needs from the governmental agencies and the college, I would merge the two lists. From there, develop a plan of instruction which exceeds public school requirements and college. You will not find many books or resources that are free, but you can get good deals. Quality of material is key to success. Most large university libraries have high school texts books for review. You can review the books, document the title and publisher then look at Ebay and Amazon.com to purchase the books of choice. I recommend lurking before buying. Abeka is a good resource, though it is not free. There are several creative ways of locating resources these are just a few. I will attach links that are helpful.
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Are you currently homeschooling? What do you want to be free? My suggestion is that you may not be getting responses because we are not sure how to respond and where we can give advice or thoughts.
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It's going to be pretty hard to find free high school materials/curricula. As someone else said, please modify your question with some background/specifics.
If your state has virtual charter schools, you may be able to enroll in one. You'll still have the typical public school fees, but they'll provide the curriculum and most likely a computer and maybe even Internet access reimbursement.
Virtual Charter School for your state would probably be the best way to go. I did that for several years and they gave us the computer, monitor, speakers, printer, and all other supplies. They also gave us back all money spent on internet use. Hope that helps.
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