Holiday season—especially between November and January—is a busy time. Celebrations like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, Hanukkah, and more seem to tumble on top of each other, with no time in between. For many homeschoolers, it seems that any idea of homeschooling just goes out the window during these times. Is it even possible to stay sane and continue to homeschool, even a little?! Yes!
Holiday seasons, especially between November and January, are busy times. Celebrations like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's, Hanukkah, and more seem to tumble on top of each other, with no time in between. For many families, it seems that homeschooling just goes out the window during these times. It is possible to stay sane and continue Homeschooling the Holidays .
Some colleges say they don't need homeschool course descriptions for admission, but most colleges will request or appreciate course descriptions. (Spoiler alert: writing prompts to follow!) Some colleges might even require them. A wise homeschool parent will maximize scholarships by writing homeschool course descriptions for the core classes, electives, and delight directed learning credits that their homeschooled student earn..
A student's homeschool high school record is the
Have you run across a college that is asking for a homeschool profile letter? I'll bet if that's happened to you, you're at a loss as to what they even want! Look no further. I can help.
You might see a homeschool profile letter asked for while you're filling out the Common Application. Sometimes
Preparing your child for college launch is more complex than it used to be. Desperate parents are increasingly turning to professional coaches that cost thousands. You can be your child's best college coach.
The college launch is when you launch your sweet child into life – the real world – after homeschooling. So, it is the culmination of your child's homeschool preparation.