Hi, I've been schooling my kids at home for the past 6 years. My boys are 14 and moving on to high school next year. I will still have my 11 year old daughter at home but this is going to be a HUGE adjustment. I most afraid of the homework. They will both be in AP classes from the get-go. I have always been very careful about the type of work I assign or that we explore together. They hate busy-work, textbooks and worksheets. Both of them are very self-motivated when their imagination is sparked, especially in science. I am really concerend they are going to be inundated with hours of homework... I would keep them home if I thought it would work but they are both advanced way beyond what I can do at home- they need real science labs and math that is more than I can provide. They will be at a regular HS for one year then transferring to a new STEM HS their sophmore year (it's not opening until Fall 2015). That HS will be more attuned to their interests and abilities...we just have to make it through a year. Anyone have experience in this area?