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Advice for Junior Year (When Absolutely Nothing is Normal)

Advice for Junior Year (When Absolutely Nothing is Normal)
What do you do NOW? Junior year is filled with key tasks that must be done in order to successfully get college admission and scholarships submitted. ...
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39 Ways to Demonstrate Interest in a College and Maximize Scholarships

39 Ways to Demonstrate Interest in a College and Maximize Scholarships
What are colleges are really looking for? Students who really want to attend a particular college need to be able to convince the school tha...
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4 Ways College Increase an Applicant Pool and Why

4 Ways College Increase an Applicant Pool and Why
Colleges want more applicants. In the college business, they are more highly rated when they have more applicants than they can accept. Anything a col...
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A College with 50% Homeschoolers!

A College with 50% Homeschoolers!
Getting to know colleges is very important, because you are trying to find that perfect fit for your student. I was reading an article about Christendom College in Virginia. A strongly conservative and devoutly Catholic college, 50% of their student body has been homeschooled! That college is the perfect match for someone.One day you, too, will find your child's perfect match.Read the article in US News.Do you enjoy these daily doses of high school homeschool wisdom?...
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  • How Do Homeschoolers Graduate?


    How do homeschooler's graduate? At home! There are a few things you need to know, to make sure your student is officially a high school graduate with a meaningful diploma. Read on and find out what those things are! 

    Check your state homeschool law .  

    In order to graduate, homeschoolers are not required to follow the public school laws, neither

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  • How to Write Essays in High School

    During Alex's first week at college, he came home and thanked me for a specific skill he learned when we were homeschooling. Believe it or not, he thanked me for teaching him how to write essays in high school, specifically a quick essay. 

     Learning to write a quick one or two page, hand-written essay is important for three reasons.

    1. Being able to
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  • From Freaked Out to Complete Confidence in One Step

    Let's talk about real feelings. How do you feel when you think about homeschooling high school? Do any of these words sound familiar?

    freaked out - terrified - hyperventilating - procrastinating - confused - stressed - overwhelmed - immobilized with fear - panicky - ready to run - obsessed - worried - lost hope.  


    If any of these words describe what you are feeling, I have a perfect free class just

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  • Homeschool Socialization - What You Need to Know

    Socialization is not about a group of kids all the same age always being together. True socialization doesn't happen in a bubble and is about people of ALL ages interacting with one another. When kids are feeling alone, then getting out into the world can provide the socialization they are craving. 

    How to encourage homeschool socialization. 

    Homeschool socialization. That seems to be

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