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Art College + Homeschool Transcript = Acceptance Letter

Art College + Homeschool Transcript = Acceptance Letter
Going to college is not just about getting IN to college, it's also finding a way to make college affordable. That's part of why I suggest making a ho...
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Free Information, Support and Inspiration

Free Information, Support and Inspiration
Have you taken my free class Homeschool Records that Open Doors? Robin and Larisa tagged me on Facebook as they were chatting about the class. Robin w...
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Civil Air Patrol on a Homeschool Transcript

Civil Air Patrol on a Homeschool Transcript
Each child will have a different experience with extracurricular activities, so it's impossible for someone outside your home to say exactly how Civil...
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6 Tips for Tough Course Descriptions

6 Tips for Tough Course Descriptions
6 Tips for Tough Course Descriptions Getting course descriptions done can seem overwhelming.  But, it doesn't have to be! Follow my 6 steps liste...
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5 Ingredients for Perfect Homeschool Records

5 Ingredients for Perfect Homeschool Records
Every great cooking project requires great ingredients. And homeschool records are the same way. You want to start with a great ingredient list! You k...
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Guest — Anita
Penny, Thank you for the kind words! Lee loves helping other homeschool families get BIG money for college! Way to go Penny, an... Read More
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 17:30
Guest — Penny
Plus, of course, my daughter's hard work, which was, of course, most important of all. Thanks to you though, for showing me how t... Read More
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:55
Guest — Penny
Lee - I took this advice (and used your book extensively) when I wrote up my daughter's portfolio last year. Not only did she get... Read More
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:49
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6 Ways to Save Homeschool Records Forever

6 Ways to Save Homeschool Records Forever
6 Ways to Save Homeschool Records Forever You don't have to save your curriculum forever, and you don't have to save all your child's daily work or no...
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3 Homeschool Transcript Problems and How to Avoid Them

3 Homeschool Transcript Problems and How to Avoid Them
3 Homeschool Transcript Problems and How to Avoid Them There are three homeschool transcript problems that you can easily avoid or overcome. First Pro...
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Your Job Should You Choose to Accept It: Mission NOT Impossible

Your Job Should You Choose to Accept It: Mission NOT Impossible
Your Job Should You Choose to Accept It: Mission NOT Impossible Remember the TV show "Mission Impossible?" It always started with "Your job, should yo...
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Review Homeschool Records with 4 Easy Steps

Review Homeschool Records with 4 Easy Steps
Review Homeschool Records with 4 Easy Steps When I review course descriptions for my Gold Care Club members, and doing a document review for the Compr...
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Help for Tubbies, Cubbies, and Binder Queens

Help for Tubbies, Cubbies, and Binder Queens
Help for Tubbies, Cubbies, and Binder Queens If you are homeschooling a high school student, you’ve probably given at least a little thought to keeping homeschool records. Perhaps you’ve only thought about it vaguely and said to yourself, “I’ll get to it someday." Even if you’re convinced your student will never go to college, chances are a situation will arise when you will need to provide a record of your student’s high school experience, even if...
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Sweltering Summer Strategies for Success

Sweltering Summer Strategies for Success
Sweltering Summer Strategies for Success Sweltering, blistering, boiling, broiling, burning, fiery, heated, hot, red-hot, roasting, scalding, stifling, humid, sultry, sticky, muggy, close, stuffy.Does this sound familiar?Uncomfortably hot days are hard. They can even make you cranky (says science - I'm not naming names). Experts say hot and humid weather is associated with increases in aggression and violence, as well as a generally rotten moods. Thanks a lot, science, right? (Live Science)One option might be to move...
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Homeschool Records + Talent = Julliard Dreams Fulfilled

Homeschool Records + Talent = Julliard Dreams Fulfilled
Homeschool Records + Talent = Julliard Dreams Fulfilled Getting into Julliard is like getting into Harvard. You really have to have it ALL - academics, special talent, passion, and luck! Anytime you are trying to get into a highly selective school, it requires some extra effort from both the parent and the child.Recently I received this lovely thank you note from a Gold Care Club member. Their family achieved wonderful success!"I have enjoyed being a gold...
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Guest — Kristen
Wow! This is so encouraging to those of us who are homeschooling younger children. My own children are in 5th grade and 3rd grad... Read More
Saturday, 05 December 2015 05:44
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
Dear Kristen, You're so smart to look ahead! Because you will be well-informed, you will find peace as you approach the season in ... Read More
Monday, 07 December 2015 12:50
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Take This Class and Love Every Minute of It!

Take This Class and Love Every Minute of It!
Take This Class and Love Every Minute of It! Each time someone takes my free class on grades, credits, and transcripts, I ask for feedback. I update that class every few years, and feedback helps me to improve the class each time. But, I have to say, Cindy went over-and-above on her specific review of “A Homeschool Parent's Guide to Grades, Credits and Transcripts”. She said she loved every minute of it!    Dear Lee,I am happy...
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How to Write Course Descriptions - How do you learn best?

How to Write Course Descriptions - How do you learn best?
How to Write Course Descriptions - How do you learn best? I've explained in a earlier blog post the 3 Ingredients of a Great Course Description: a paragraph about what you did, a list of what you used, and a description of how you graded. Within those suggestions, you have a LOT of latitude!You can have a very SHORT description about your grades, and say only "1/3 tests, 1/3 lab, 1/3 daily work." Or you can...
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How to Put Dual Enrollment on Your Homeschool Transcript

How to Put Dual Enrollment on Your Homeschool Transcript
Dual enrollment. It can be such a sticking point for homeschool families making a homeschool transcript. Follow the 6 steps below to put dual enrollment on your child's transcript.This post will tell you how to put dual enrollment on a transcript. Want to see what a scholarship-winning transcript actually looks like? Click to download The HomeScholar Record Keeping Samples Choose an acronymCreate an acronym for each college or high school location where your child took classes....
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Guest — gladden
Hi Lee. if my child gets a D on a college class but yet, takes it again, at another college and gets an A do I have to put it the ... Read More
Monday, 19 October 2020 18:48
Lee Binz
My guess is that each high school across the country would have their own policy on that. I have seen some high schools that indic... Read More
Tuesday, 20 October 2020 21:20
EMILY BYRD
Good evening. I am hoping that you will be able to answer my question, and I hope that I can word my question in a way that makes... Read More
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