Homeschooling high school is a challenge. College prep is an additional challenge on top of that. Many parents struggle because they don't know HOW to create a high school plan that will help them get their children to their intended destination (graduation, college/career, independence).
Most people create a high school plan on the fly, picking up bits and pieces of knowledge from various sources (i.e. friends, co-ops, various websites). The problem is, the high school to college landscape is constantly changing, so what might have been true 3 months ago may not work today.
In addition, colleges are rapidly getting up-to-speed on this crazy homeschool thing, which means that college policies on homeschooling tend to change more rapidly than just about everything else associated with college admission.
What I have discovered in my 10 years of being The HomeScholar and talking to thousands of parents and hundreds of colleges is that there are a few rock-solid principles that do NOT change. When parents fail to do them, I refer to them as the "Biggest Mistakes". Each mistake can make or break your kid's post-graduation plans and you need to understand them.
I don't want you to make the same mistakes that so many people make, so I'd like to invite you to my upcoming free workshop, How to Avoid the 5 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make Homeschooling High School.
So many parents make 5 huge mistakes that can cost their child in the college admission and scholarship process. Learn to avoid these mistakes in my workshop! You'll learn how to identify and avoid the big blunders others before you have made.
Don't miss this chance to join me for my next FREE class, How to Avoid the 5 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make Homeschooling High School!
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