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The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Your Way to College

Homeschooling to College



Homeschooling Your Way to College


Do you need some encouragement for today? Listen to my radio interview by Melanie Wilson of the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network.

College Admission and Scholarship Secrets for Homeschoolers with Lee Binz

In this 1 hour interview, I tried to spend a long time explaining exactly WHY you do NOT need to be afraid of homeschooling high school. Then I spent quite a long time talking about key strategies for success, so you can homeschool with confidence.

Melanie said that her favorite quote from the whole interview was "Every child deserves a college-prep education, whether they choose to go to college or not."

Melanie wrote:
This interview with Lee Binz, the Home Scholar, should really be titled The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling Your Way to College. Lee offers so much valuable information that you’ll want to pin or bookmark this show for later. Be sure to share it with friends! They’ll thank you. Learn:

  • What a college-prep curriculum looks like

  •  Where you can find help creating a high school transcript

  •  When you need to start the college selection process

  •  Why Lee says her two sons received full tuition scholarships

  •  Lee’s tip for increasing SAT/ACT scores, and much more!


If you are nervous about college prep education, you’ll love this show! If you know someone who isn’t sure they can homeschool high school, I hope you’ll share the show with them.

So listen to this program and enjoy! Grab some encouragement today, and share it with a friend!

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Guest - Olivia on Sunday, 25 October 2015 08:34

I'm new to high school homeschool. My daughter is 8th grade, with aspirations of attending college. She's very active in volleyball (on a club team) and recently brought to my attention [that in order for her] to attend college to play a sport, I'd have to assure she's NCAA qualified. I'm now in panic as I'm not sure how to homeschool her for H.S with worries that our freedom to homeschool will be compromised due to NCAA qualifications. Any help in this topic?

I'm new to high school homeschool. My daughter is 8th grade, with aspirations of attending college. She's very active in volleyball (on a club team) and recently brought to my attention [that in order for her] to attend college to play a sport, I'd have to assure she's NCAA qualified. I'm now in panic as I'm not sure how to homeschool her for H.S with worries that our freedom to homeschool will be compromised due to NCAA qualifications. Any help in this topic?
Guest - Assistant to The HomeScholar on Monday, 26 October 2015 12:58

Dear Olivia,
Lee has written about meeting NCAA guidelines in these blog posts:
NCAA 101 for Homeschoolers - Some really helpful comments on this post!
NCAA Prefers Independent Homeschoolers - Written more recently, Lee provided some really helpful links in this post.
Blessings,
Robin
Assistant to The HomeScholar

Dear Olivia, Lee has written about meeting NCAA guidelines in these blog posts: NCAA 101 for Homeschoolers - Some really helpful comments on this post! NCAA Prefers Independent Homeschoolers - Written more recently, Lee provided some really helpful links in this post. Blessings, Robin Assistant to The HomeScholar
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