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If you are longing for a good conference about junior high and high school issues, I have great news! Did you know that is what my Gold Care Club is all about? When I go to conventions and support groups, my husband films me speaking. He puts all of those speeches on the Gold Care Club website. There are 5 classes running constantly online, and those classes change every month. There is also a live webinar and a recorded webinar each month. All these classes are excellent for people who are beginning to think about high school, and also for parents that are desperately trying to finish things up before their student graduates in just a few months!
The Common Application can be the cause of anxiety for many homeschool families. You get into it and invariably there are questions that you have, as a homeschooler, that might not be as clear as if you were filling it out for a public school student. No worries. I can help you navigate the Common Application.
Gearing up for Ivy League admission is one of the toughest challenge for high school students, whether they are homeschooled or not. Ivy admission requires excellence in all areas, exceeding requirements - and a healthy dose of luck.
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Whether you're new to homeschooling or a seasoned veteran who just needs a little help creating your child's transcripts, it's Time to Think About Grades, Credits, and Transcripts! It will be painless - I'm known as the "Homeschool consultant who does NOT make you cry"!
In this class you'll learn how to figure out high school credits and calculate grades. I'll tell
Let me guess. You didn't use tests on all your homeschool subjects, right? Neither did I! And yet, somehow, my children survived! Find out how to grade subjects and classes that don't require tests with my grading estimate below.
Some homeschoolers think it's loads of fun to go back through four years of high school records and try to find or