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How Many APs Should My Student Take?

How Many APs Should My Student Take?
 Don't get caught up in the AP hype. You don't need a million APs in high school. In fact, you really shouldn't have too many APs....
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[Free Class] Planning High School Courses

[Free Class] Planning High School Courses
Do you ever wonder if you have everything you need to plan high school courses for your child? Well, wonder no more! In my free class, I'll teach you ...
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College Plans with No College Clue

College Plans with No College Clue
Question: How do you plan high school courses when all colleges are different and you don't know which college your child is interested in?Answer: Provide a general college preparation early in high school, and then fill in gaps later! First, plan your high school courses keeping normal college preparation requirements in mind.  This article will help you figure out what "college prep" means.  Planning High School Courses.  And this article is helpful to learn about science labs: You...
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Planning High School Courses: Part One

Planning High School Courses: Part One
Planning High School Courses: Part One As a homeschool parent, you know how to educate your children best. You use what you know about your students and their learning styles, and make sure to cover a wide range of academic areas. But when it comes to homeschooling high school, sometimes parents become paralyzed over how to choose courses. What are the subjects that colleges want to see on a high school transcript? How many credits are...
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Naming Your High School Courses

Naming Your High School Courses
Some people are intimidated by grading. Some parents are scared of high school credits.  Then there are some unschool or delight-directed homeschools that really stress out about  naming classes.  It can be pretty easy when you use textbooks (look at the title of the  textbook!) but in other situations it’s not as simple. I just got off the phone with a mother trying to name an unusual class. If you are stuck, try Google some key...
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Homeschool High School: Parent Training A La Carte

Homeschool High School: Parent Training A La Carte
What is the difference between a video and Parent Training A la Carte?  Do you like to learn on the computer, or hold something in your hand? Thank you SO much for all the great information!  I am a bit overwhelmed right now though!  It's so much to absorb!  I have a question; how is the Parent Training A la Carte different from Preparing to homeschool high school dvd?  Are all the Parent Training A la...
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  • How to Motivate Homeschool Teens and Rouse Slug-Slow Students

    One mom jokingly told me that her son's spirit animal was a sloth. We had a good giggle over that one, because I remember what it's like to try to motivate homeschool teens . And frankly, misery loves company!

    Misery also craves solutions. That's where this book comes in.  

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  • 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 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? 

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  • Top 6 Tips for High School Math

    Do you get cold sweats just thinking about teaching your teen high school math? Did your last exposure to trigonometry leave you covered in hives? If so, you are not alone! Every homeschool parent "loses it" at some point during high school math. 

    Do you have trouble with math? Here are my top tips for teaching high school math. 

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  • How to Transition to Homeschooling

    The transition to homeschooling, from public or private school, can take some time. Even when parents and children are eager to homeschool, the change in attitude may not happen immediately. If you are you ready to take the plunge and start homeschooling for the first time, read on for some helpful tips.

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Lee has three core beliefs about homeschooling: homeschooling provides the best possible learning environment; every child deserves a college-prep education whether or not they choose to go to college, and parents are capable of providing a superior education to their children. Lee does not judge your homeschool or evaluate your children. Instead, she comes alongside to help and encourage parents homeschooling high school.

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