Why bother with getting your kids ready for college when you feel certain they won't go? Because sometimes, when you least expect it, teenagers will change their minds.
Stop laughing! You know it's true!
College preparation makes a lot of sense for students who plan on going to college. College-bound students need course work that will prepare them for their college studies. Students need to take college admission tests, and parents need to learn about grades and credits. College-bound students need a homeschool diploma and a homeschool transcript. College preparation for college-bound students is expected.
But have you ever considered what a college preparatory home education could provide for students who will not go to college?
I have an article that will help you, called Warning! Teenagers Change Their Mind!
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