They Grow Up and Leave Home: Sending Your Child to College

They Grow Up and Leave Home: Sending Your Child to College
Homeschoolers LOVE their children. They love having children, they love being around their children, and they love having their children live at home....
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How to Deal with Friends Who Don't Support Homeschooling

How to Deal with Friends Who Don't Support Homeschooling
Are you dealing with friends who don't support homeschooling? How do you deal with friends and family who just don't approve? There is the snippy way, which I don't recommend! There are other options as well! How to Deal with Friends Who Don't Support Homeschooling Lee,  I was wondering about relatives or friends who upon learning your child was now homeschooled decided to test them on information. They did not do this to a child who is...
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We have a teacher friend who would question my kids at any occasion while all the kids were playing together, 2 hs, 2 public schoo... Read More
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Hi Susan, GREAT question - and I love your blog! Wait till you see my November newsletter on Delight-Directed learning! You're g... Read More
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Fee Waivers for Tests and Applications

Fee Waivers for Tests and Applications
Homeschooling isn't cheap.  We pay for our own curriculum, supplies, and teacher manuals.  It doesn't get cheaper as kids get older, either!  For some families, finances are a HUGE issue, even while they are committed to homeschooling through high school.  Here is some helpful advice for these parents who are thinking about college admission. Two important truthsHomeschoolers tend to be single-income families.Homeschoolers love to save money.Two important expensesSAT and ACT tests are required for admission, and...
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Hi, I'm not sure how active this blog still is, but if someone sees this, I would really appreciate some help. My family talked ... Read More
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Don't give up, Elijah School districts can be really difficult. Do you have an advocate on staff at school? A teacher or guidance... Read More
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Thank you for the encouraging words. The school guidance counselor is the one that provided the test, but she's one of the main pe... Read More
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