Dear Lee, I want to thank you so very much for all the hand holding for my first graduate. It was so nice to be able to email you with questions that I had regarding my daughters transcripts and course descriptions. As only a 5-year veteran of homeschooling, it really calmed my nerves to have you in my back pocket.She was accepted to all three of her choice collegesand we didn’t even apply to any of the “safe” ones. Scholarship hunting is going well too, especially since I have everything ready to go at the push of a button now. So far the scholarships she has received are from her ACT scores, so only the full ride freshman year so far. After that if she doesn’t bump up she’ll have 4000 a year for an honors if she keeps her GPA up.
The bonus with this is her brother, who is just two years behind her, has his transcript up to date as well now.
Thank-you again so much for your help and support. It really means a lot.
If you regularly use words like field-tripping and work-shopping, this tip is for you! Bonnie writes about how her final sacrificial culmination of homeschooling was creating course descriptions that earned