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2014 Homeschool Year In Review with The HomeScholar

2014 Homeschool Year In Review with The HomeScholar


2014 Homeschool Year In Review with The HomeScholar


 Every month I help parents homeschool though high school by publishing an email newsletter. January is a great time to look back and see all we have learned in the past year. Join me below for a 2014 homeschool year in review with The HomeScholar.


 January


Complete the FAFSA for Fun and ProfitComplete the FAFSA for Fun and Profit


 February 


iTired: Dealing with Homeschool FatigueiTired: Dealing with Homeschool Fatigue


 March


Know Your State Homeschool LawKnow Your State Homeschool Law


 April 


Know Your State Homeschool LawHow to Create an Extraordinary Activity List for Perfectly Ordinary Teens


 May 


Big Changes Coming with the Redesigned SAT Big Changes Coming with the Redesigned SAT 


 June 


TechnoLogic: Setting Logical Boundaries on Technology with Your TeenTechnoLogic: Setting Logical Boundaries on Technology with Your Teen


 July 


The Senior Year Home Stretch The Senior Year Home Stretch 


 August


Teaching Geeks: Homeschooling High School with Techie TeensTeaching Geeks: Homeschooling High School with Techie Teens


 September


9 Ways to Actually Get Math Done This Year 9 Ways to Actually Get Math Done This Year 


 October


2 Weeks to the PSAT: One Simple Step a Day to Prepare for the PSAT 2 Weeks to the PSAT: One Simple Step a Day to Prepare for the PSAT 


 November


Super-Size Scholarships with Outside Documentation Super-Size Scholarships with Outside Documentation 


 December


5 Ways to Collect Christmas Credits5 Ways to Collect Christmas Credits


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