Wondering which curriculum is best for 10th grade? Today I’m sharing our top picks for 10th grade homeschool curriculum with you all. We’re a few weeks into our school year and so far everything is going well so I don’t anticipate any changes.

Watch our 10th Grade Homeschool Curriculum video here:

Our 10th Grade Homeschool Curriculum choices for this year:

Options: We participate in a once-a-week options program through our local school district. They offer a variety of classes that help supplement our homeschooling. It also provides the kids with a fun day where they get to see their friends and participate in a classroom environment. Here is a list of our 10th-grade options classes this year:

  • Spanish 2
  • Taiko Drumming
  • Biology and Lab
  • Ceramics

Click here to see what our typical 10th grade daily schedule looks like!


Looking for more 10th grade curriculum suggestions? Check out my 10 Grade Top Homeschool Curriculum Picks post! It lists all of my favorites that we’ve tried over the years. There are multiple suggestions for each subject to give you a variety to choose from!

I also offer our exact lesson plans in one neat download for you! Click here to get our 10th Grade Homeschool Lesson Plans!


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  1. Now that you changed your high schoolers from mathusee to shorman math do you still recommend mathusee up to high school? Are your younger kids still going to continue mathusee?

    Lisa Stetzel
    1. Hi Lisa,
      yes, we loved MUS up until HS. We did go all the way through MUS but then moved to Shormann which I think goes a bit beyond MUS. They are college prep classes, so definitely more difficult, but they come with daily video lessons and I think that has helped quite a bit with the higher level math classes.

  2. I noticed you are using BJU online biology but your student is also doing biology in a class at school. Do you think BJU biology is doable if we do it at home on our own?

    1. Hi, we have done both at home and at our Options program. I think either way was fine, we did have to get a kit for the experiments at home, otherwise BJU Distance Online Learning is great!


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