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.
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Step-by-step help on getting accommodations from ACT and College Board for homeschoolers with disabilities.
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Homeschoolers are accepted to UCs every single year. Read on for the three pathways to meet University of California admission requirements.