What does homeschooling look like in your home??
In my home it looked like a boy reading a book and laying on a dog. Calm. Safe. Peaceful. Core literacy plus academics.
That's why homeschooling works.
Homeschooling is the best learning environment. Students are safe and secure so they can learn more instead of learning with fear. Students receive real world socialization, not just exposure to age-mates with a birthday within 6 months of their own.
Homeschoolers have the best test scores across the board, without regard to race, gender, income, or parents level of education. You can find statistics at NHERI.org.
Homeschooling provides the best career preparation. Within the context of a normal, natural homeschool, parents provide trial and error specialization to help children determine their career goals. Parents have plenty of time to shape and mold behavior appropriate for the workplace. And we create a strong work ethic through including chores around the house and approaching tough academic subjects with determination.
You can be CONFIDENT that homeschooling works.
How do homeschooler's graduate? At home! There are a few things you need to know, to make sure your student is officially a high school graduate with a meaningful diploma. Read on and find out what those things are!
In order to graduate, homeschoolers are not required to follow the public school laws, neither
Each year, the government doles out 150 billion dollars in education grants. Almost everyone can get some kind of aid, whether it's in the form of grants, loans, or work-study, whether it's from the government or from schools. All of this is determined by your answers to the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
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Are you busy getting all of your Christmas gifts purchased? If so, you won't want to miss this list! Christmas gifts for your homeschooler that will free you from checking your list twice!
What are Gifts that Pay for College?
Kids want fun things that they are interesting to them.
Parents want educated children without going broke or crazy.
When your child is working hard on studying for college admission tests, like the SAT® or ACT®, you may be accumulating enough hours to make this a class, and put it on your child's transcript. Let me provide some simple do's and don'ts for using test prep and putting it on a homeschool transcript.
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