It's time to make your plan for September! Here are some ideas, to get you started!
Locate your favorite colleges online, find the admission application due date, and put it on your calendar. Start college applications on the first day of school during senior year. And no, I'm not kidding! College admission and scholarships are first-come, first-served. Senior Year Inspection Checklist
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You have a very busy year ahead! Make sure you have a transcript ready to go, so you can show it to colleges when you visit or go to a college fair. Register for the PSAT now. Call the local high school and say, "I'm a home- school parent. How can I register my child for the PSAT at your school?" 9 Keys to a Successful Junior Year
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Sophomore year is a good time to start or continue your foreign language studies, so make sure you remember that in your high school plan. Register for the PSAT. It's great practice, it can estimate your SAT score, and it can help with college and career planning. Take the PSAT for Fun and Profit
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Do what works! If homeschooling was going well for you last year, it will still work this year. Take it one step at a time. Focus on the core: reading, writing, math, science and history. That is the best preparation for tests! Teenagers change their minds and college prep classes mean you are ready for anything. Warning! Teenagers Change Their Mind!
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Now is no time to panic! 7th and 8th grade is the best time to learn about high school and practice record keeping. Middle School or Junior High is "Training Time" for mom and dad. Should You Homeschool High School?
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