"Parker will be our first to graduate high school. I truly appreciate your help along this path. I do not know if you will remember us at all, but you helped to look over his transcript, made suggestions on his application essays and took my calls with crazy questions. I am so glad that you have been available to help us navigate this process. Parker has chosen to attend University. He was accepted into their honors program and was rewarded their greatest merit scholarship! We are very proud of him and excited about his next journey."
Her son got great scholarships, study abroad opportunities, and a shortened path through college due to his dual enrollment classes. With an internship in South America, and a semester in Asia, his options seem without limit!
Isn't it great what homeschooling can do to prepare a young person for college and for life?
What did Debbie learn through the process of graduating her first?
"I am now keeping better records for my younger son. I think I will try to be more involved in your webinars and try to find time to read your books! Thank you for working so hard to help the homeschool community. You truly are a blessing and I am thankful for you!"
Isn't it wonderful to share this good news together! Praising the Lord and doing the Happy Dance here!
Note taking skills can really help your children become successful in college and career. And, it's a pretty easy class to teach.
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Research shows that physical pencil to paper note taking can increase the comprehension of the material
Homeschooling high school is a challenge. College prep is an additional challenge on top of that. Many parents struggle because they don't know HOW to create a high school plan that will help them get their children to their intended destination (graduation, college/career, independence).
Most people create a high school plan on the fly, picking up bits and pieces of
If you have a child in high school and are beginning to look at colleges, you will soon discover there are three different options for applying. The first is the good old fashioned way – applying directly to each college using their college application form. Second is using the Common Application. Third, which is relatively new, is using the Coalition Application.
You will need to demonstrate interest in a college if you want to get admitted and get scholarships. Applying to a college without showing a genuine interest in the school is likely to benefit only the college, and unlikely to benefit your child.
Showing demonstrated interest means you have shown, by your actions, interest in the college and your desire