Mary wrote on Facebook:
"I am struggling with choosing a high school science curriculum. My problem is that I hear things from just a few people that make me doubt my choices. Is there some source that homeschoolers can check out that compares science curriculum and how well the kids do in college science? What did you choose for your boys?"
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What are colleges are really looking for? Students who really want to attend a particular college need to be able to convince the school that they will stay for all four years at that one school. Universities want students who will turn down other amazing offers of admission, and will attend their own college instead. No matter what. How do you demonstrate that interest?
Homeschool law usually isn't the same as the law covering public or private schools. Homeschooling in Washington State, for example, public school is covered in one area of the law, and homeschool law is covered in an entirely different area. It can be confusing! When researching the laws in your state, make sure you are looking at the law that applies to
Homeschoolers, and families that are forced homeschoolers, are faced with canceled college admission tests and colleges have closed their campuses and canceled college visits. Colleges are struggling to adapt the normal application process in these unusual times.
Times are strange and unprecedented right now. Everyone is in the same boat - much confusion and an unknown future. Public and private high schools have