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How Do I Graduate My Homeschooler with College Credit?

How Do I Graduate My Homeschooler with College Credit?
How Do I Graduate My Homeschooler with College Credit? Is your child working beyond high school level? Are you wondering how they can earn college credit? Click on Lee's video below to learn how your child can earn college credit while in high school!Are you looking for ways for your child to earn college credit during the high school years? Let me know in the comments below! Subscribe to my YouTube channel. You will be notified when...
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Homeschool College - Do Community Colleges Accept CLEP Credits?

Homeschool College - Do Community Colleges Accept CLEP Credits?
I received this message about CLEP credits from a homeschooling parent:"In Florida, the state universities have a reciprocal policy with the community colleges if you complete your AA. So, we'll probably go that route and do his AA via CLEP and dual enrollment."Earning an AA through CLEP credits and dual enrollment wasn't the route we took, but it may work for you. It turned out that our community college would not accept more than 2 CLEP...
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Guest — Lee
Dear Chris, When my children passed a CLEP, I gave them 1 high school credit, and gave them an A. I put "Honors" by those classes... Read More
Thursday, 02 February 2012 08:10
Guest — Chris
How do you grade a CLEP for the High School Transcript. In other words, my son passed a CLEP with a 56 (Western Civ 1) I need to... Read More
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 18:59
Guest — Lee
Dear Sherri, Yes, it's possible, but it takes some research. If you search my website for "Dual enrollment CLEP" you will find a ... Read More
Tuesday, 13 December 2011 12:09
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Graduate Your Homeschooler with College Credit

Graduate Your Homeschooler with College Credit
In this video, I talk about how to help your homeschool student graduate high school with college credit. For personal support join the Gold Care Club! If you subscribe to my YouTube channel. You will be notified when I create new videos on homeschool high school topics!
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Homeschooling High School: Senior Year Public School or Community College Dual Enrollment?

Homeschooling High School: Senior Year Public School or Community College Dual Enrollment?
Hi Lee,I have a question and maybe you can advise me in. I have been homeschooling my 4 children for the last 7 years. My oldest will start her senior year sometime in the next few months. My next one will be starting her junior year. For the last year, they have done nothing but beg me to send them back to public school. Suddenly they want to experience it. My head says it would be...
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Guest — Diana
Wow, Lee and Cyndi, I am going through the exact same thing~same ages and everything! The only thing different is that for the las... Read More
Thursday, 21 July 2011 08:57
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Can I Use MIT's Open Courseware to Homeschool College?

Can I Use MIT's Open Courseware to Homeschool College?
Has anyone homeschooled college using things such as MIT's Open Courseware, and would completing courses through this be an acceptable path?~Stephanie on Facebook To get college credit while you homeschool ("homeschooling college") requires credits to be accredited by some organization (like CLEP) or some college (like Thomas Edison.) While MIT's Open Courseware classes are extremely cool, they aren't accredited. You would probably need to find a test to measure knowledge gained from the Open Courseware and...
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Guest — Caitlin
Lee, We don't exactly have our Superman capes yet...but thanks for making us feel like we do! Caitlin Caitlin.Muir@CollegePlus.o... Read More
Wednesday, 21 July 2010 08:12
Guest — Lee
Hi Kristine, Sorry about the bad link. I fixed it. Blessings, Lee
Saturday, 17 July 2010 07:14
Guest — Kristine
Lee, the College Plus link was bad. Could you fix? Thanks!
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