Homeschool high school for just a year?
I imagine I'm not the only parent in this boat. My middle child, 10th grader, HATES distance learning. She's a normal-advanced learner, taking one AP class this year, will likely be applying to the mid-range UCs, some out of state schools, fairly typical. She'd really like to be homeschooled this year so she doesn't have to get up for 8:30 classes, and (likely correctly) figures she can get through curriculum a lot faster on her own. There are plenty of resources for kids who want to do this, then go on to dual-enroll in CC and graduate, but in her case, she'd just like to do this until in-person learning resumes. She plays sports, is active and involved, and really wants to go back to 'normal' high school when this is all over. I've looked at the CA homeschool website and can't find what I'm looking for. We applied to a charter online homeschool but they are impacted so there are no spots.
I'm very concerned that if we try this on our own we could inadvertently screw up epically - I don't know how she'd get grades or credit, would her high school accept this sort of thing if we used a good online curriculum (I've seen BYU, assume there must be many more). Has anyone done this and successfully gotten their kids seamlessly back into mainstream high school? I'll reach out to her counselor, but I figure they have got to be overwhelmed right now so I'm trying to do as much research as possible before I do that.
Thanks for any links to any resources!