The college admission game can be an overwhelming and crazy pursuit. If you or your teen are overwhelmed by the process, remember there is an other way.
It’s not too late to apply to college. Join Jill and Suji for a free, informative webinar on Feb 1, 2018!
As you ponder the positives and negatives of homeschooling, be brave! Set an example for your teens and instill in them the joy of learning, the chance to be independent, and the opportunity to chart their own course into adulthood.
Are you homeschooling little ones? If so relax and enjoy the ride.
Homeschoolers! The QuestBridge College Match might be the option you’ve been looking for.
AP courses are a great way to demonstrate to colleges that your student has been challenged in the high school years. Unfortunately for some families the cost of AP courses are too much. But you have the option to teach AP courses at home, and this is something that all homeschoolers should consider when planning the high school years.
If your child is struggling in school, homeschooling provides a healthy, liberating alternative. Find out why.
Step-by-step help on getting accommodations from ACT and College Board for homeschoolers with disabilities.
By Jill Harper 1. Be prepared for a very long, drawn-out process. Realistically the college application period starts in late summer and can go all the way until May 1st depending on what colleges your student applied to and in what round (early action, early decision, regular decision) they applied in. And on the […]