College Prep

Welcome to our all-in-one resource for teaching your homeschooler a foreign language! I think all of us can agree that it really pays to be bilingual, however, foreign language study is surely…


For years, we’ve been doing science, taking walks, examining leaves, dissecting flowers, raising butterflies… all of it intensely fun. Yet now, those fun science lessons are morphing into…


Wondering what your high schooler needs for math? For the average homeschooling parent, teaching high school can be a bit intimidating. Mention homeschooling the high school maths like Algebra,…


When your student is ready to enter high school, it is important to begin to establish goals in order to create an academic and extracurricular activity plan that meets their future needs. If…


Acceptance into college has always been a major discussion for homeschooling high schoolers. With high-pressure stakes and traditional requirements such as test scores, homeschoolers may feel…


Over the past decade, homeschoolers have finally come into the recognition that they deserve. Individuals, colleges, universities, and even employers have begun to realize that homeschoolers…


  Why have a four-year plan for high school? The benefits of having a four-year high school plan are many. A four-year plan is a common tool for planning out a college-level study, however,…


The costs of homeschooling a high schooler can add up quickly. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to save money when homeschooling a teen, but the question of accreditation may remain. After…


Applying to a college is not usually a quick process. University applications may require multiple steps ranging from details such as personal information to test scores, educational accomplishments,…


We’ll be honest, the costs of homeschooling a high schooler can add up quickly. With ready-to-go homeschool programs, accreditation worries, and electives, many parents will feel the perceived…