Hi everyone! I can’t believe we have an 11th grader, it seems like she just started preschool yesterday! My oldest has hit her junior year in high school and man am I proud of everything she’s accomplished so far!

Today I’m sharing our 11th Grade Daily Homeschool Schedule with you. Keep in mind, this is a flexible schedule.

Some days a subject might take her longer than others. And so she may finish a little earlier, or later depending on her workload for the day. She currently has an average of 4-5 hours of school per day, plus extracurricular activities in the afternoons.

So far this schedule is working well for her.


Now I know I have homework listed on her schedule, and some of you are probably wondering about that. She uses this time to catch up on any work she didn’t finish during the day, or as study time for upcoming tests and quizzes.

She will also have homework from her options program this year, and so she can work on it during her homework time as well.

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Here’s our Basic 11th Grade Schedule:

  • 8:30am – Bible
  • 9:00am –  Math
  • 10:00am – English
  • 11:00am – Science
  • 12:00am – History
  • 1:00pm – Lunch
  • 1:30pm – Writing
  • 2:00pm – Literature
  • 2:45pm – Homework


We also participate in a weekly options program and this year she gets to do Chemistry & Lab, P.E. Journalism, and Theater. It should be a fun year for her.

If you’d like to see what specific curriculum she’s using this year, make sure to check out our 2019-2020 11th grade curriculum post!

Check out our other homeschool daily schedules here!

These are just the basic schedules that have worked for us over the years. Of course your schedule will vary based on the curriculum you’re using, and what fits the needs of your family best.


  1. hello, my name is Courtney Bills thank you for this information and your blog. I am just starting to homeschool my daugher who is in the 8th grade currently and I am learning along the way this coming Monday will be my first day at this ( september 30,2019). Thank you for the form on the website i had heard about it but wasnt sure where to find it. I have been contemplating this for about 3 years and now Im just so dissatisfied with the public school education i have no choice but to take matters into my own hands. Thank you for the information it helps to have tips to start you off on the right path.

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