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Our weekly podcasts offer candid, in-the-trenches tips on leading an inspired homeschooling life!
Anxiety, perfectionism, depression…we offer some tips on how to deal.
Are AP classes a good option for homeschoolers who seek challenge?
Planning for high school? Don’t fear it!
What do you use to get your homeschooling days in order?
Our second parter discusses the even more selective admissions of the Fall 2017 application cycle.
Don’t miss our first part on understanding why University of CA admissions are getting harder.
Find out the best strategies to approach The Common Application essay topics.
Homeschooling communities are now quite plentiful online if not in person. Tune in to our muses and their experiences with these groups and forums.
Life isn’t always predictable when you are homeschooling. What do you do when something unexpected like illness or divorce happens? Listen in now!
What does homeschooling an average child mean? Is doing “just enough” academically actually enough? Listen in!
If you have been considering summer camps for your homeschooler, now is the time to start applications!
Farrar, Jill, and Suji share thoughts on designing a high school class at home.
Let us tell you why homeschooling high school is an amazing opportunity to honor a teen’s interests.
Farrar quizzes Jill and Suji on how to guide your kids to narrow down college choices.
What to start thinking about and planning for…essays, LoRs, testing, and all that paperwork!
Homeschool socialization, high school, and more! Listen now to Part 2 with Jill and Farrar.
Jill and Farrar offer tried and tested tips in a two-part podcast.
Thinking about changing things up via new curriculum routines? Listen now!
Is your senior applying to Common App schools? Here are the most important things homeschooling parents need to know.
Middle school, newly-minted teens, puberty and executive functioning…all this and more in this week’s podcast.
Field Trips! Learn how to make the most of them when homeschooling! And never be afraid to take those detours.
Join Farrar, Jill, and Suji on a discussion about awarding high school credits.
Does your child ask for more time to spend on their interests vs. school work?
Join Farrar, Jill, and Suji for a podcast on applying to the University of California as a homeschooler.
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