College Admission: No GED Required

“Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away,” homeschoolers thought they needed to get a GED in order to go to college. In the past, colleges in the US sometimes required the GED of homeschoolers in order to provide financial aid. But that’s all in the ancient past! Since 1998, US law states […]

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Merit Scholarships Cut College Costs

Merit Scholarships Cut College Costs Are you asking yourself how on earth your family can afford college? Merit scholarships can be part of the answer! They may be related to academics or athletics, but what they all have in common is that certain criteria be met, such as an accomplishment or completion of a task. […]

Merit Scholarships Cut College Costs

Facing Your Biggest High School Fears

I see one big factor motivating parents of high school students. Fear. My job is to remove the fear of homeschooling high school, so parents can hear from the Lord and continue along the path they are meant to lead. I often hear parents voice their feelings of fear. “What if we have a family […]

Facing High school Fears

How to Study for the SAT and ACT Test Prep Part 2

Your children are probably so excited about studying for tests, right? Moms and dads are often skeptical about test prep, too. But when you think about it, studying for these tests means studying reading, writing, and math. You want your child to learn reading, writing and math, right? So what harm will this do? None! […]

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The SAT and ACT – Test Prep Part 1

It’s important to study for the SAT or ACT in your homeschool! A big part of the college admission puzzle is SAT and ACT test scores. Most college scholarship awards are also based on them. Some colleges even outline in advance the scholarship amounts they will award for specific test scores. A high score can […]

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