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College Admission Classes at a College Fair

College Admission Classes at a College Fair
Homeschool conventions are continuing education classes for parents, right? Well, when you attend a college fair, you will notice how they are remarkably similar to homeschool conventions. In fact, when you attend a college fair, you will probably have the opportunity to take some classes or workshops while you are there.  I encourage you to take those classes!  College applications are important, and the more you know about it, the more likely you are to get college...
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Colleges are Looking for Homeschoolers!

Colleges are Looking for Homeschoolers!
In this video, I discuss how colleges are looking for homeschoolers, and there is an easy way to ensure they find you! Subscribe to my YouTube channel. You will be notified when I create new videos on homeschool high school topics!
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What About College?

What About College?
It’s a common question, frequently posed by skeptical friends and  loved ones. When homeschooling high school, the question “what about college? ” becomes more pressing. Intuitively, parents know that if they try to homeschool high school – and in some way fail – there will be nobody to blame but themselves. Parents are looking for some peace of mind that this path can lead them to the promised land of college admissions and scholarships. I have...
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Guest — Lee
Dear Lilia, I have a free class on making course descriptions here: http://www.thehomescholar.com/homeschool-records-webinar.php... Read More
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 15:38
Guest — Lilia Janss
Hi, I am helping my son apply for ASU college admission and I am filling out the lab sciences forms they require;so I need descrip... Read More
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 14:44
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Admission Advice for Homeschool Military Academy Enrollees

Admission Advice for Homeschool Military Academy Enrollees
Military academies. The uncomplicated thing concerning getting in is to be a homeschooler. The complicated part with regards to getting in, is everything else! The military academy candidates looking for admission have to get a nomination, in most cases through a congressman. When was the last time you talked to your representative? Sally and I happen to be chatting concerning her son’s application to a military academy, and she has verified their admission requirements again.The things...
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Guest — Janet
Eva, I agree with J. Rivers, but I would be careful to check on any JROTC unit as to its quality. We were thinking of doing the sa... Read More
Monday, 02 September 2013 22:35
Guest — J. Rivers
Also, the Harvard University Extension School offers online courses, and summer programs for high schoolers. If a student takes c... Read More
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 20:47
Guest — J. Rivers
Jr. ROTC is beneficial, as are the Civil Air Patrol, Sea Cadets, and Coast Guard Auxiliary, if any of those are in your area. Sop... Read More
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 17:54
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Comprehensive Record Solution Launch - The Results Are In!

Comprehensive Record Solution Launch - The Results Are In!
What a fun launch!  These are the winners of the fast mover bonuses!  But if you are feeling left out, check below for a special offer and a new bonus for ordering! Fast Mover Grand Prize:  Comprehensive Review of your Comprehensive Record* First Customer * Value $500 1. Kimberly Strid of Renton, WashingtonKim gets ALL the prizes - the whole kitnkaboodle!  She wins our Grand Prize AND gets Fast Mover Bonuses 1 - 8 below! Fast...
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Scholarships: Let Your Needs Be Known

Scholarships: Let Your Needs Be Known
Here is a brief follow-up note I sent to Ann after she was told her son had won a $14,000/year scholarship from his first choice school.  I thought my advice might help someone else as well.Ann,Just fyi, the financial aid you hear about at this moment is usually just a portion of the final amount.  Other amounts will be trickling in later.  This does not take into account your financial "need" - and the government may...
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Hi Evelyn, Colleges are all different in a million ways, and one of those ways is how they apply scholarship money. Some will s... Read More
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 17:17
Guest — Evelyn Saenz
Dear Lee, I have been enjoying your blog very much as I look forward to sending my children to college. I needed to respond to t... Read More
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 16:45
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