You have spent years planting the seeds of a high school education. You have watched it grow and seen your children thrive under your careful care. Now is the time to gather the harvest, and create homeschool records that demonstrate the sum of all your hard work. We celebrate Thanksgiving yearly, thankful for a bountiful harvest and blessings from God. Now is the time to celebrate a Harvest Party, where we will harvest course descriptions together in my free homeschool class.
Harvest the Fruits of your Labor with Comprehensive Homeschool Records
Register here to join me for The HomeScholar Course Description Harvest Party
November 17 at 1:00pm (Pacific) or November 19 at 1:00pm (Pacific)
It can be easy for homeschool parents to doubt themselves. After all, most homeschool families have a single income and simply don't have the financial means to compete with the high power college prep academies that are pumping out high school graduates like so many Big Macs.
Well, believe it or not, your humble little homeschool can compete with anybody! Your student can gain college admission and win big scholarships.
"How," you ask? Because, you can offer something MORE desirable than perfect SAT®/ACT® scores and a dozen AP® classes. In fact, there is something SO basic about your quirky little homeschool and yet SO IMPORTANT to colleges. You probably wouldn't guess that in a thousand years! Almost every homeschool family I've met has "got it" in abundance. However, very few know how to communicate it effectively.
Come to my free one-hour webinar and discover the secret recipe! Make a comprehensive homeschool record that captures your homeschool education in a way that stands out from the crowd and gets your student noticed. Course descriptions are key and can make all the difference for college acceptance!
Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. ~ Galatians 6:9
Discover how putting together a knockout comprehensive record is like planning and cooking a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner.
It's as easy as letting me help you cook your Thanksgiving dinner!
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With the occurrence of the pandemic, many colleges have gone to being 'test optional' or 'test blind'. But what does that really mean? And, does it affect your chances at scholarships if you don't take those high school college admission tests?
First, let's clarify what these terms mean by getting