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NCAA 101 for Homeschoolers

NCAA 101 for Homeschoolers
If you don't know, NCAA means National Collegiate Athletic Association.  If you don't know what it is, you probably aren't worried about it at all.  But if you DO know what it means, then as a homeschool parent you may feel stressed or insecure.  Let me help! Let me unlock the mysteries of the college application process (NCAA and otherwise) in this free class! Click to register: College Applications Simply Explained First, it's important to remember...
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Guest — Tiffany
Does anyone have a list of homeschool online programs that are approved? Or are none of them, at this point?
Wednesday, 08 April 2020 15:13
Guest — Susan HEfner
ExcelsiorClasses.com also has several courses that are NCAA approved.
Sunday, 28 June 2020 20:03
Guest — Dara
HSLDA Online Academy is approved by NCAA. They offer AP English, Math and Science, History, and Spanish. Several others. Their app... Read More
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 14:30
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This Book is So Much Fun! The Homeschool Experiment Review

This Book is So Much Fun! The Homeschool Experiment Review
Well that was the most fun I've had in a LONG time!  I just finished reading The Homeschool Experiment, a novel by Charity Hawkins, and it was REALLY fun to read!This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. This Book is So Much Fun! The Homeschool Experiment Review I feel like I've been in so many of those conversations and situations, and...
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Guest — Elisabeth
I enjoyed this book too!
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 10:26
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February is a Difficult Homeschool Month

February is a Difficult Homeschool Month
February is a difficult month for homeschooling.  The days are long and dark, and the weather may not always be cooperative.  Public schools often plan breaks and vacation days for this time of year because it's SO easy to get burned out.Hang on!  Don't give up!  It will get better soon, and spring is almost here!  What you are doing every day with your children is so important.  One day you will look back and be...
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