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Sinking Homeschoolers Feeling the Squeeze

Do you feel like you are SINKING? Are you feeling the squeeze?

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Do you feel like you are SINKING? Are you feeling the squeeze?

Many homeschoolers are sinking financially.  You know, SINK – single income, numerous kids!

My family functioned on a single income, so when we started thinking about college for two boys, we knew we’d have to come up with some creative ways to fund it. I spent a lot of time researching scholarships, and developed some great strategies for success that ultimately helped both of our sons receive full-tuition scholarships to their first-choice universities.

If you are discouraged by the costs of college for your children, don't just panic, take action.  The dishes in your sink don't wash themselves, right? Scholarships take some work too!

The best and biggest scholarships come from the colleges.  You can get more information in Getting the BIG Scholarships, available as a downloadable online classKindle ebook, and DVD.

Smaller scholarships are available, and can teach the value of hard work.  You can get more information in College Scholarships for High School Credit, available as a downloadable online class or on Kindle ebook.

Both kinds of scholarships are heavily invested in the "first come, first served" system.  Make sure you learn about both kinds of scholarships during the early years of high school.  For seniors, it means applying to colleges as soon as possible when their senior year begins.

First come, first served. Seniors, apply now for best success.  Don't delay!


If your child is younger than a senior, my book on College Admission and Scholarships will explain the whole process to you.  No worries!  You'll get this figured out!
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For more information about how your child can earn great college scholarships, watch my video, “Getting the BIG Scholarships,” available both as an online class or DVD.
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