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Planning for College

Planning for College

Getting into college is the culmination of all of your hard work in school. It also requires a well-thought-out plan. Set yourself up to succeed by starting early, learning about colleges’ expectations and making the most of your contacts. Continue reading at https://www.myfuture.com/college/planning/planning-for-college

Tips for homeschoolers who are planning for college!

Tips for homeschoolers who are planning for college!

Homeschooling high school can be challenging and even a little scary for parents. If your child is planning to attend college after high school many parents begin feeling anxious as early as seventh grade. To make things even more stressful, with few exceptions, your homeschooled middle/high schooler is probably pretty nonchalant about the whole college thing. You can get your Continue Reading »

College Planning Help

College Planning Help

You are beginning an exciting time in your life! As a student you are looking forward to spreading your wings and discovering more about what life has to offer. As a parent you are hopeful about launching your child from the foundation of home into the vast opportunities of his or her future. In my role as a college counselor Continue Reading »

College Planning for Parents and Students

College Planning for Parents and Students

Most freshman college students are recent high school graduates, but preparing for the costs and academic challenges of higher education is a process that should begin several years earlier. Parents can play a key role in their child’s future by recognizing all of the necessary steps for college readiness. There are scholarships that students can apply for before they begin Continue Reading »

7 Ways to Think about College

7 Ways to Think about College

As a homeschooling family, or as a parent considering homeschooling for a high school-age student, providing an individualized homeschooling environment can offer your college-bound high schooler a world of educational opportunity. By using these 7 Ways to Think about College during your child’s homeschool high school years, you can help your homeschooler prepare for college successfully and quite possibly shave thousands of dollars Continue Reading »

7 Ways to Think about College When Homeschooling

7 Ways to Think about College When Homeschooling

As a homeschooling family, or as a parent considering homeschooling for a high school-age student, providing an individualized homeschooling environment can offer your college-bound high schooler a world of educational opportunity. The experiences of homeschooling can be overwhelmingly positive for families looking to provide one-on-one education and guidance to their children – even if they have hit high school. Most Continue Reading »

Are you homeschooling high school with college in mind?

Are you homeschooling high school with college in mind?

Are you a homeschooling parent? Are you worried about homeschooling high school? Does the college application process have you stressed out? I’m not quite there yet, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t worried about high school. Homeschooling high school always seems a bit intimidating. As a homeschool blogger, I am constantly looking for resources to share with other parents. Continue Reading »

College Planning Handbook for Homeschooled Students and Families

College Planning Handbook for Homeschooled Students and Families

Hello from Regent University, We’ve developed this resource guide expressly to help you successfully navigate the college admissions process. Understandably, deciding on a school and working through the paperwork can sometimes feel overwhelming. Our staff is available to answer questions and offer resources to make this process easier. Download the Guide

Global Freshman Academy

Global Freshman Academy

GFA courses are the perfect solution for homeschool families seeking a curriculum solution. Not only do you get access to world-class first-year college courses taught by award-winning professors, but you can convert these courses for credit after you pass. Imagine graduating high-school with your first year of college complete, for a fraction of the cost! Learn more at https://gfa.asu.edu/homeschool  

Planning for College Costs

Planning for College Costs

College costs have increased more dramatically than the rate of inflation. When a college education for a single child can cost up to a quarter of a million dollars, paying for college is a real stretch even for many affluent families. Here’s an overview of what your homeschooling family needs to know about college costs. Continue reading at http://homeschoolsuccess.com/planning-college-costs/