One common issue with home schoolers is “where do I get the perfect curriculum? “
There's no curriculum which is the best. There's just the curriculum which is the perfect fit for your student. For this reason I do not believe that anyone will be able to tell you what the best curriculum might be, given that it might not suit your child in any way. Therefore, one of the things you should try to be contemplating is what has proved helpful for you prior to now since that is the sort of thing which is most likely to be a effective curriculum in the future.
Another matter you need to be considering, particularly while in the high school years, is if the curriculum was developed for home schoolers. The reason this is significant is because you will find a whole lot of curriculum these days, even sold at home school conventions, that was initially made for public and private high school teachers. These types of books expect that you will be in a classroom setting and involves a great deal of repetition. Additionally, it thinks that the teacher understands the subject. This means if you were to get a French book that was meant for a public school French teacher, it would expect that you comprehend French.