Many well-known home school publishers also offer high school homeschool curriculum. Expect to see some familiar names such as Bob Jones and Abeka homeschool curriculum as you continue teaching your children in the upper grades.
Most publishers seem to understand this transition of the students in the upper grades to becoming more independent learners. As a result, most of their coursework may be written directly to them and they are expected to research answers if needed.
Since I have done this for several years now, let me share some of the homeschool resources that have worked well with our children in the upper grades...
Some other high school homeschool curriculum texts used in our home include Math-U-See Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2. Our children are able to watch a DVD, complete practice and review pages, and take a test with relatively little assistance.
Driver's Education is taught by my husband, Wayne. So far, two daughters have already gotten their licenses and thankfully have never had any accidents. Currently, he is simultaneously teaching the next two which has been a slightly different experience for him.
Daily Bible reading is required and our children are encouraged to visit Sam Soleyn's website to read and download some of his teachings.
At this stage in their educational development, children, especially those approaching adulthood, really want and need to work independently. They also want to start making decisions and are quite capable of informing you of whether or not they enjoy a particular book.