When your child is a gifted actor, homeschooling can provide the best education possible, while still providing enough time for them to perfect their craft.
Cover the Core
Actors, singers, and musicians often have one thing in common. These kids often don't like math and science. As parents then, we need to make sure our children have a broad education that will serve them well in the future. That means covering English, math, science, history and foreign language.
Cover the Core with Delight Directed Learning
Some kids have trouble with the standard English and history textbook, but if you let them cover core classes with their delight directed learning, it becomes more meaningful to them. Consider a more creative form of English: screen-writing or novel writing, for example. Consider an arts-based, non-textbook history class using movies or Teaching Company Great Courses. Be careful not to teach many subjects via DVD, perhaps do that with only one subject, but here is one option. Teach with Movies
The best part of homeschooling is that we can capture delight directed learning for high school credit. Theater classes, Acting, Music Theory, and many other classes can be taught by simply collecting what your child does for fun. Instead of directing learning, the parent will follow behind with a shovel, scooping up the credits the do naturally.
Guidance Counselor Tips
Fine Art schools have their own college fair, so you can visit with many art schools at once to ask your questions. Performing and Visual Arts College Fairs. These colleges may not provide the scholarships needed to graduate with minimal debt. Have your child apply to some Liberal Arts colleges as well, to get additional scholarships. While they may not have the same fine art degrees, they do have other opportunities that can provide career opportunities later.
Course descriptions require a professional demeanor on paper. Your words should sound "business casual" not " yoga pants " even if you are writing professional course descriptions while actually wearing yoga pants .
Why? Read on and let me tell you.
The reason? Homeschool Records that Open Doors for college admission and scholarships. The audience for your course descriptions is a college. Your
In public schools, they give high school credit for being bilingual and you can do it, too.
Please note that as of January 2021, The College Board has discontinued SAT Subject Tests® and SAT® essay .
Embrace the unique and diverse strengths of your student. You can give credit for what they already know, and The Total Transcript Solution will
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