"We" graduated early--a week shy of her 16th birthday. On the plus side: more time at CC for a cheaper price, and she's still at home while faced with the challenges of a public school. On the negative side: it gave her a big head!! And she changed her mind, so some of the courses we've paid for won't count towards a degree (ggrr).
It's fall of senior year and you and your child are sitting down to submit college applications. Of course, your job will be much easier if the homeschool transcript is done. Even if your transcript looks great on paper, it can be confusing to figure out what to include on a homeschool transcript when you are filling out college applications. Let me
Does your child need a homeschool computer science credit? In some states, one of the graduation requirements is a technology credit for high school. But don't worry, it's usually a VERY broad, nonspecific requirement, and almost anything goes.
Homeschool computer science is easy to cover and there are many topics you can cover for a computer science class. Colleges want to know that your
College application has it's own unique vocabulary. As you look toward college admission, you'll notice you have many different choices on how to apply. Here are the NACAC definitions of terms for different kinds of application plans. If you need a primer on what "application" means, this blog post is for you.
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If your child has dreams of gaining admission to an Ivy League school, there are certain things you'll need to do to help them reach their goal. Read on for helpful information to help your homeschool student realize their dream.
The Ivy League is actually an American collegiate athletic conference that includes eight private colleges located in the Northeast