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Transcripts & Applying to College Can Be a Breeze!

Transcripts & Applying to College Can Be a Breeze!
Transcripts & Applying to College Can Be a Breeze! It's that time of year again, when my Gold Care Club members are graduating their children. I love hearing about their successes, and I feel their uncertainty about facing the empty nest after years of homeschooling. I got this sweet note from Jennifer recently. Check it out!With a heavy heart I am writing you an email to say goodbye.  My last home schooled child is graduating in...
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Scared? Listen to Your Heart

Scared? Listen to Your Heart
What are your plans for fall?  Are you at the Crossroads?  Wondering if you should continue homeschooling?  If so, I think this article will really help you! My job is to make sure you don't make a decision based on fear - so you can listen to your heart. Facing the Crossroads   Everyone makes the decision to homeschool for their own reason.  I don't know what is right for your family, but you do. If you...
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Learn about Challenges from this College Grad

Learn about Challenges from this College Grad
We can learn things from other school settings.  I was reading about a success story in the newspaper that will be SO encouraging to parents with struggling learners. "The kid who was never supposed to walk or talk, he's about to graduate from one of the fine liberal-arts colleges in the country"Read the article called Grad who personifies perseveranceThis young man attended a private high school, worked with private tutors and used school-provided note-takers, and then...
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