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College Scholarships for High School Credit (2.99) – Most parents stay busy with the usual elements of life – kids, work, spouse, house … the list can sometimes seem endless. That’s why it’s important to combine things when you can, and kill the proverbial two birds with one stone. A great place to apply this concept is when your high school student is pursing college scholarships.
Finding a College (2.99) – Parents homeschooling high school sometimes get the feeling that the light at the end of the tunnel might just be a train heading straight at them! That train is called “college,” and one of the most angst-ridden tasks facing homeschooling families is choosing a college that will be a perfect fit for both the student and the family.
College Admission Policies Demystified (2.99) – Applying for college admission can be a time-consuming, complex process. When you consider that the average high school student applies to approximately six different colleges, it’s clear that this is a pretty big job!! At the same time, colleges don’t seem inclined to make the process easy. If you look at a typical admissions website, you’ll see all kinds of scary acronyms, special ‘education-ese’ words, and unique requirements that would mystify most people.
Getting the Big Scholarships (2.99) – Most homeschool families have not saved up enough money to pay for their children’s college education, and plan to rely on scholarship money to help defray the cost. Are there concrete steps you can take to increase the odds of your child receiving scholarships? Yes! In this book, Lee Binz reveals secrets to getting big scholarships which you can start to work on right away!
Senior Year Step By Step (2.99) – Does the thought of homeschooling senior year of high school seem scary to you? It doesn’t have to be! You can do it, just take it one step at a time!
Creating Transcripts for Your Unique Child (2.99) – Although they stress a lot of parents out, transcripts are just a one-page overview of your child’s academic record. Any student who plans to go to college needs a transcript, and even students who don’t have college plans will benefit from having a record of their high school courses. A homeschool transcript can demonstrate your student’s strengths, depth, and individuality. It can combine all the wonderful educational experiences of high school into one centralized location on paper.
College Application Essays (2.99) – The high school home stretch can be particularly stressful for homeschoolers and their parents. If college is in the future, parents worry about how their students will do when writing those intimidating application essays. If multiple universities are being considered, the problem just compounds itself.
What’s Next? Options After High School (2.99) – Whether you’re homeschooling your child in senior year or haven’t even begun high school yet, you need to prepare for what comes next! Make sure your child is ready for whatever they decide on after graduation. Remember, teenagers change their minds!
Simple Science for Homeschooling High School (2.99) – “Houston, we have a problem!” Homeschool parents often approach teaching high school science as if being asked to build the space shuttle. But teaching your kids science doesn’t require a PhD. All it requires is a willing heart, an organized approach, and some simple facilitation skills. There is no reason for science to be scary.
Junior Year is the Key to Homeschool Success (2.99) – If your homeschool student plans to attend college after graduation, junior year is their most important year of high school.