I noticed you have a link to College Plus on one of your web pages. Can you tell me anything about what you think about them as an option to community college? Or what other options you are referring to when you mention Homeschool College?
Two weeks into our 16-year-old daughter's first quarter at community college, two pornographic reading assignments were handed out in her required English class. I knew from prior discussions with you that dual enrollment was risky. However, I thought that if we were "selective" in the classes we took, we could avoid the problems you had warned me about. We are looking for alternatives at this time.
Thank you for any input you can give, or let me know if you recommend purchasing some time with you to discuss this issue further.
With sincere appreciation,
I'd like to respond to your question about CollegePlus. I have personal experience with the CollegePlus program as a student and I can vouch for the quality and integrity of the program and the whole CollegePlus team.
My experience with so-called "Christian" colleges shows that students are not safe or immune from secular and liberal ideologies and teaching.
With the CollegePlus program I've been safe from the wild college campus, the liberal professors and the attempts to indoctrinate me with secular worldviews that don't fit with my conservative Christian views.
I would urge you to get your sweet daughter off the college campus immediately and find a safer alternative in which she can earn her degree. CollegePlus may not be your best option but that program is certainly worth looking in to.
Don't you wish there was a book called "Getting Your Teen to Sleep at Night" or perhaps "7 Highly Effective Sleep Habits of Healthy Teens"? There just HAS to be
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