Make College Affordable: Homeschool College

It’s a very familiar story … you had the best of intentions, but you just haven’t been saving for your child’s college tuition as much as you should. Fortunately, much like buying a car, hardly anyone pays the full sticker price for college. Don’t let the tuition price of colleges, especially private schools, scare you. […]

Make College Affordable: Homeschool College

Method to the Madness

For a homeschooled student, college shouldn’t be much different that it is at home: they’re given a set course load to work through for the year, and they must do what they can to manage their time efficiently and work through it in a timely manner. However, your student will no longer have you, the […]

Method to the Madness

Decoding College Admission Policies

Navigating college admission requirements can be intimidating, especially for homeschoolers. Big words, scary phrases, acronyms … it’s hard to cut through the code of admission policies! But take heart, once you break down to see what’s behind all the edu-speak, usually you will find college policies are fairly reasonable. Let’s look at some admission policies […]

Decoding College

Teaching Financial Responsibility

You’d think that by the time one turns eighteen, that person should already be off on their own, living life and making responsible adult decisions. Unfortunately, human nature suggests otherwise. You see college students making bad financial decisions all the time, whether be maximizing credit card debt or making careless use of student loans. You’d […]

Justin shares how parents can teach their kids about financial responsibility.

Having a Student Apply for a Job

 If you ever want your child to be successful in getting established in their career, they first need to get a job. Employers look for more than just a piece of paper saying that your child is qualified to work. Aside from the technical skills expected of one pursuing such a career, they want to […]

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