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Here's the Solution to "Help! I don't know what I'm doing!"

I'm getting those calls and emails again.  The ones where parents start with "Help!  I don't know what I'm doing!"

College Admission and Scholarships


I hear it all.  See if these worries sound familiar:

  • Can my child get into college?

  • Can she get good scholarships?

  • How can I provide opportunities for his future?

  • How do we apply to college?

  • What do I do first?


If you are confused with the whole process, and don't even know what to do first, please contact me for an appointment or join the Gold Care Club for ongoing support.  You don't have to be alone!  With the Gold Care Club, it really doesn't matter what the issues are, you can get answers.  I spend a lot of time pointing people in the right direction, forwarding articles, links, and classes.  I have a wide variety of resources available for Gold Care Club members, and I would love to help you too!

Have you done everything that needs to be done to provide a college prep education?  Do you know the steps for college admission and scholarships? Instead of worrying about it, DO something about it.  Seek out the resources that will help you. The HomeScholar Gold Care Club.

College Admission and Scholarships

Homeschooling is NOT the same as doing schoolwork at home.  There is LOTS of freedom!  Read what others are saying about my Gold Care Club!
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