College Prep

Early graduation is a dream for many high school students. The earlier your teen graduates high school, the sooner they can move onto ideal college programs and/or kick-start their career.  However,…


While homeschoolers are not bound by the graduation requirements of their home state, many still want to be able to compare their credits and coursework with the guidelines of their state department…


One of the most wonderful opportunities for many high-schooled homeschoolers is the chance to take one or more college courses while they are still in high school. Not only can it be a venue…


What is Dual Enrollment? One of the most beneficial movements in the past ten years for the homeschooling world has been the growth of dual enrollment in the United States. Dual enrollment —…


Do you have a high schooler with college looming in his or her future?  If you are like most parents in this situation, you are both excited for your child and nervous at the same time.  You…


You don’t know how it happened, but you blinked and you now have a high schooler standing before you. You take a moment to appreciate how they’ve nearly become an adult and your mind mentally…


Simply the phrase “homeschool testing” is enough to cause apprehension in both parents and students. While certain states require strict annual testing, other states don’t require anything…


All learners have a preferred way (called learning style) to absorb and handle information and some students are homeschooled because they struggle in an environment not designed for their…


How to Learn a Foreign Language at Home The idea of homeschooling has its fair share of grand issues to contend with such as socialization, pedagogy, and personal values but it also faces smaller,…


Time Management skills are essential for success in high school. Adding in a regular time for test prep will give your student the confidence to face the ACT / SAT challenge head on! Your…