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Choosing a College Major and Career

Choosing a College Major and Career
Choosing a college major or career is overwhelming for teens sometimes. That's because they think it's a life-long decision that can't be changed. Not...
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How to Be a Better Home Educator

How to Be a Better Home Educator
How to Be a Better Home Educator You can become a better home educator this year and every year and build a better homeschool with tools you have around the house. You may be anxious and searching for something to make you feel secure. But some things really won't help you at all - and sometimes they actually make the situation much worse and increase feelings of incompetence. A degree in teaching will NOT make you...
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Admission Advice for Homeschool Military Academy Enrollees

Admission Advice for Homeschool Military Academy Enrollees
Military academies. The uncomplicated thing concerning getting in is to be a homeschooler. The complicated part with regards to getting in, is everything else! The military academy candidates looking for admission have to get a nomination, in most cases through a congressman. When was the last time you talked to your representative? Sally and I happen to be chatting concerning her son’s application to a military academy, and she has verified their admission requirements again.The things...
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Guest — Janet
Eva, I agree with J. Rivers, but I would be careful to check on any JROTC unit as to its quality. We were thinking of doing the sa... Read More
Monday, 02 September 2013 22:35
Guest — J. Rivers
Also, the Harvard University Extension School offers online courses, and summer programs for high schoolers. If a student takes c... Read More
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 20:47
Guest — J. Rivers
Jr. ROTC is beneficial, as are the Civil Air Patrol, Sea Cadets, and Coast Guard Auxiliary, if any of those are in your area. Sop... Read More
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 17:54
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How to Document Homeschool PE Credits

How to Document Homeschool PE Credits
Do homeschool P.E. credits seem elusive to you? Do you wish there was a surefire system to document all P.E. credits? To be sure, homeschool P.E. isn’t the same as a public school P.E. class, but you have the blessing of a wider range of options for P.E. credit as a homeschooler.PE is just one of the 10 critical courses to study before graduation. Learn about all ten in my free ebook. Click to download: The...
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I was told at a recent seminar (for my state) to keep a detailed log for P.E. (specifically for high school credits). For example... Read More
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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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FREE Homeschool High School Mini-course!!

FREE Homeschool High School Mini-course!!
FREE New Mini-course!! I am thrilled to announce the launch of our latest free mini-course, "The 10 Essentials - What Every Homeschooler Needs to Study Before Graduation." This mini-course is available exclusively on Facebook as a way to say thank you to my fans for "Liking" our brand new Fan Page. This mini-course is my best, most comprehensive review of the essential ingredients for a successful homeschool high school. You will learn the what, why and...
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NEVERMIND!! I found it!!! You might need to adjust your directions... Once you get to the welcome page, then click on the "Like... Read More
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More Encouraging Posts

  • [Free eBook] Making the Grades

      Does anyone take "mommy grades" seriously?! Do I really even need to grade at all? Maybe it's just English papers that you hate to grade? (I can help with that, too! My Coffee Break book, Easy English for Simple Homeschooling , can help!)

    Have you ever asked yourself these questions? If so, you're not alone! I used to stress a

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  • The Purpose of Middle School

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    Purpose for Students

    Middle school is the pause between elementary school and high school. Children learn at different rates –not just homeschoolers, ALL kids! The pause, middle school, gives slow or reluctant learners time to catch up before high school. At the same time, it gives quick and academically capable children a chance to continue learning at their level.

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  • February Gold Care Club Update

    Are you a member of the Gold Care Club? If so, be sure to check out what's new this month in the member resource area!

    How-to Training Courses

    Quick Start : Record Keeping
    Beginner : Preparing to Homeschool High School - Live Convention Part 2/3
    Intermediate : Math the Easy Way
    Advanced : Finding A College
    Encouragement : Motivating Teenagers

    Member's Only Webinar

    Be sure to check out this month's webinar!

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  • [Free Class] Super Scholarships for Humble Homeschoolers

    You can afford college! I want to show you how to earn BIG merit based scholarships! You will even learn how to earn scholarships for kids that may be academically or athletically dis-inclined.

    Grab your teen and join me as I share the secrets I used to get two  4-year, full tuition scholarships from my kid's first choice university. This is

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