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Guitar, Bass or Ukulele Lessons via Skype-First Lesson Free!

Guitar, Bass or Ukulele Lessons via Skype-First Lesson Free!

Hi! It’s Jeffrey here. I am happy to offer a free 30 minute guitar, bass or ukulele lesson to you on Skype or Google Hangouts. I have 25 years of private lesson experience, teaching students as young as seven years old. I have success with absolute beginner students to advanced students. Learn more at https://homeschoogle.com/skype-guitar-bass-or-ukulele-lesson-free-first-lesson/

Virtual Tours Jump Start Your College Search

Virtual Tours Jump Start Your College Search

While all college applicants are encouraged to make campus visits, visiting colleges can be expensive particularly when visiting geographically distance campuses. The average college applicant now applies to seven or so schools, and some applying to highly selective schools apply to many more. With so many colleges under consideration it is tough to visit every school. One effective way for Continue Reading »

A Guide to College Open Houses

A Guide to College Open Houses

A college open house is an event where visitors are allowed access to a campus in order to learn more about it. Open houses, like campus tours, provide students with a unique opportunity to get information so they can decide whether or not to apply to the school. Do not miss out on open houses this application season, and follow Continue Reading »

Why College Open Houses Are Awesome

Why College Open Houses Are Awesome

September is known as the unofficial start of college application season. Suddenly everything becomes real: college visits, applications, gathering references, transcripts, and digital portfolios, all with the anticipation that over the next several months, you will be deciding on a college. College open houses and admissions events can be a humongous help to high school students tackling the college search. Continue Reading »

Homeschooler’s Guide to College Visits

Homeschooler’s Guide to College Visits

When the oldest was still in diapers, we started a college fund for him. From the moment he began to toddle about the house, the fantasies of where he might attend college flitted through our minds. Then the worrying began. We worried about costs, ACT scores, college preparatory classes and dual enrollment. But through all of it I was looking forward Continue Reading »

The New York College Consortium to Host ‘National College Decision Day’ Celebratory Event at the Apollo Theater

The New York College Consortium to Host ‘National College Decision Day’ Celebratory Event at the Apollo Theater

NEW YORK – On May 11, Harlem Educational Activities Fund and 25 other college access nonprofit partner organizations, will host its 5th Annual College Decision Day event. Over 250 New York City students in NYC will announce their college choices to a cheering audience filled with peers, families, colleges, and supporters. The goal of College Decision Day is to celebrate the hard work of Continue Reading »