College Programs Resources for Homeschoolers

Do You Know the 5 Mistakes Parents & Students Make When Planning for College?

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Do you know the five mistakes parents and students make when planning for college?When you think of your student’s college experience, you wouldn’t typically associate the words: affordableefficienteffective.But they can be accurate descriptors of your student’s college experience. Click here to listen to educator innovator Woody Robertson and author Stacy Farrell discuss how you can avoid the […]

The Most Homeschool-Friendly Colleges by State

Homeschoolers are in high demand on many campuses across the nation, but what are the best colleges for homeschool graduates? To compile the map of the most homeschool-friendly college in each state, Alpha Omega Publications reviewed five different compilations of colleges and universities with a history of accepting homeschoolers.Just because a school is listed here […]

How Homeschoolers Can Secure Scholarships for College in 6 Steps

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Melissa is one of our behind-the-scenes helpers over here at HSG. She has a daughter in eleventh grade and they have been wondering how they were going to afford college. We came across The Scholarship System and it looked like something that might help them overcome this hurdle, so we reached out to them and asked […]

A Look at our Graduation Supplies

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This year we will be celebrating the wonderful milestone that every homeschool mom shoots for – a GRADUATE! Our oldest daughter will be graduating this year; a whole year early. When we started homeschooling her in Kindergarten I knew only one other person who was homeschooling – and she helped talk me into it. I […]

MAKING THE MOST OF HIGH SCHOOL WITH COLLEGEPLUS — PART 8

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STUDY WITH STRUCTURE College Courses at a Fraction of the Cost (This is part 8 in our series. If you missed the first post, you can find it here.) If you are homeschooling high school in America, undoubtedly, your student will be studying American History. We’ve studied a lot of history in our house — ancient history, world history, […]

MAKING THE MOST OF HIGH SCHOOL WITH COLLEGEPLUS — PART 7

CollegePlus rebranded as Lumerit Scholar

CollegePlus Reimagined as Lumerit Scholar What inspired the change? (This is part 7 in our series. If you missed our first post, you can find it here.) In the midst of our CollegePlus studies, the program underwent a major transformation. So we decided to “interrupt our regularly scheduled programming” to explain this change. We’ll start with a […]

Making the Most of High School with CollegePlus — Part 5

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A STUDY OF WORLDVIEWS Do your children see the world through the lens of Scripture? Everyone has a worldview. It is the “lens” through which we view everything around us. Most people blindly accept theirs from the culture in which they live. However, Christians are called to cultivate a biblical worldview. Comparative Worldviews, taught by […]

Making the Most of High School with CollegePlus — Part 4

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WHEN BOYS BECOME MEN My homeschool mentor warned me, “One day, you may want to stop calling Roger and Ryan your boys and start calling them your sons.” I’m so grateful for her wise words. It happened so fast! Long days crawled past while years flew by. But today, there’s no doubt — my boys have become men. (We marked […]

Making the Most of High School with CollegePlus— Part 3

Plotting a Course for the Future

PLOTTING A COURSE Plotting a course for life after high school can be a daunting task. Although some people know from an early age exactly what they “want to be when they grow up,” that seems to be the exception, rather than the rule. Many people drift into adulthood with no clear target. Others have […]