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[Free Class] Super Scholarships for Humble Homeschoolers

You can afford college! I want to show you how to earn BIG merit based scholarships! You will even learn how to earn scholarships for kids that may be academically or athletically dis-inclined.

Grab your teen and join me as I share the secrets I used to get two  4-year, full tuition scholarships from my kid's first choice university. This is the same strategy I have used to help families who have gone on to get even larger scholarships than we did! This is a class you can't afford to miss!

  • Discover how your student can stand out above the crowd to earn those massive and coveted merit shcolarships.
  • Learn strategies that you can easily implement, without altering your homeschool, that will dramatically reduce college costs.

In this class you'll learn why merit scholarships provide the most money. I'll teach you which college admission test is best, and why. I'll show you how to make SURE your child will stand out above the crowd, regardless of their gifts or challenges.

This free class has two days to choose from! I'll be hosting this class on Tuesday, March 30 at 1:00pm (Pacific). Don't miss the opportunity to catch this class!

Join me for Super Scholarships for Humble Homeschoolers and get a workbook, as well as a free, downloadable eBook on Need Based Scholarships. Learn how to position your humble homeschooler to get massive merit based scholarships!

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Comments 2

Lee Binz on Thursday, 09 February 2017 15:29

This class will be most helpful for parents that currently have a high school student in grades 8-12, whether they are dual enrolled or not. Some of the information will be helpful for transferring college students, but the focus will be primarily incoming freshmen - those going from senior year of high school into freshman year of college.
Blessings,
Lee

This class will be most helpful for parents that currently have a high school student in grades 8-12, whether they are dual enrolled or not. Some of the information will be helpful for transferring college students, but the focus will be primarily incoming freshmen - those going from senior year of high school into freshman year of college. Blessings, Lee
Guest - sweettea.n.ice@gmail.com on Thursday, 09 February 2017 13:53

Is this for incoming freshman or would the information work for transferring college students?

Thanks!
JD

Is this for incoming freshman or would the information work for transferring college students? Thanks! JD
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