I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you! I've been taking a look back on my 2017 year at The HomeScholar so I could add it to my "about us" page. What an exciting year! I am thrilled that we launched our new, beautiful website and live chat. So a big THANKS to you for being part of my journey!I love helping parents homeschool through high school. And the numbers show that I accomplished so much this past year! Read my 2017 Impact Report, but here is a snippet of what we have done.
The HomeScholar 2017 By the Numbers
I'm looking forward to the coming year. What will 2018 hold? Join my newsletter and follow me so we can journey through 2018 together and see!
Primarily because of your books, webinars, and free training, I have hope that we are well "on the road" to homeschooling high school. You have made a major impact on our experience. Thank you!
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!)
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Preparing your child for college launch is more complex than it used to be. Desperate parents are increasingly turning to professional coaches that cost thousands. But, who is the best college coach?
So, who is the best college coach? YOU are!
Our success in this area was not due to dumb luck, my children's brilliance, a college admission cheating scandal,
Did you know that you can create long course descriptions from Co-Op class info? Yep! Course descriptions describe your homeschool class that even a stranger unfamiliar with homeschooling will understand what the student has done. Sometimes parents make course descriptions so short that even as a homeschooler myself, I'm not sure what the child did in the class . I know
You will need to demonstrate interest in a college if you want to get admitted and get scholarships. Applying to a college without showing a genuine interest in the school is likely to benefit only the college, and unlikely to benefit your child.
Showing demonstrated interest means you have shown, by your actions, interest in the college and your desire