Why write course descriptions ? Many people will tell you they aren't necessary, but here are three important reasons not to shirk on that job.
1. The College May Need Them
Course descriptions are best written each year, as you complete each class. Waiting until the last minute, when your child decides which college to attend and you find out they are required
Do you ever think about homeschool statistics and the success of homeschooling? There are currently over 2 million homeschool students. How does homeschooling compare to public education really? Let's talk about How and Why Homeschooling Works .
What about academics?
Academically, homeschoolers score significantly higher on achievement tests than public school students. In a K-12 study, homeschoolers score in the 87th
First, a simple question (that reveals one of the great truths about human behavior), have you ever changed your mind about what you want to do in your life?
Yes! Of course you have. We all have at one time or another! Join me in this homeschool journey to find fundamental teen tips for college and career success.
One of the biggest high school anxiety producers is testing - specifically the PSAT/NMSQT ®, SAT ®, and ACT ® tests. I've seen otherwise proud, overcoming, victorious homeschool moms be reduced to wobbly-kneed bowls of jello when faced with their children taking these tests.
High School Testing Simply Explained
February 17 - 5:00pm (Pacific) or February 18 - 1:00pm (Pacfic)
This class will provide