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#HIGH SCHOOL

Sponsored post by StraighterLine As a growing number of homeschoolers migrate to college, and as colleges and universities branch out to provide new learning situations, your student will be…


There are many benefits to enrolling your homeschooling student in online college courses. Not only do they allow your student to benefit from earning college credit as you start thinking about…


When you first made the decision to homeschool, you might not have been thinking about college. But now that your child is older and ready for advanced level courses, maybe even college-level…


At long last, your teen is finally graduating! Graduation is the official finish line of your child’s primary education, and you can certainly be proud of that! Start planning about six months…


Did you know that the U.S is the only country (out of 30) where the current generation is less educated than the previous generation? Literacy rates are down, and this fact has a huge impact…


The following is a guest post from LetsHomeschoolHighSchool.com.  Do you have your homeschooler’s high school transcript prepared and ready to roll? Or are you frozen in fear at the thought…


Sponsored post by Time4Writing What’s the hardest subject you have to teach your homeschooler? For many homeschool parents, writing is at the top of their list. “I’m truly at my wit's…


Is it already time to start thinking about graduation? If your homeschooled child is a senior this year, you’re probably starting to see graduation party favors everywhere and loads of commercials…


Odds are, your teen is in the thick of test prep for the SAT and the ACT - or just one - soon. As a homeschooler, you’re probably used to being your student’s main teacher. This SAT and ACT…


SEPTEMBER 13, 2016

Plan for College

How Does America Pay for College? As you head back to homeschool and high school juniors and seniors begin making plans for their future, find out about the power of free money for your college-bound…