Join us this July for a talk with Truffaut Harper about his experiences in college as a student with disabilities. Truffaut will offer advice for students heading off to school, and he will end the talk with a Q&A. This event will be live in our Facebook group College Confident Homeschoolers on July 31st at […]
Twelve Mistakes Collegebound Homeschoolers Make
Many of these things won’t hurt a student who is applying for less selective schools! And no student’s transcript is perfect. Everyone will make some choices that weren’t the best options in hindsight. Plus, you have to plan thinking about the kid you have and what they need, not just what colleges might want. Sometimes […]
Test Optional Colleges for Homeschoolers
Test optional schools are colleges that allow most students to apply without traditional standardized test scores, such as the SAT and ACT. A few years ago, when test-optional started to take off at more and more schools, the policy often excluded homeschoolers. Today, more colleges and universities seem to be reconsidering that exclusion. Here at […]
MuseCast Mondays: AP Classes for Homeschoolers
Are AP classes a good option for homeschoolers who seek challenge?
5 Dual-Enrollment FAQs for Homeschoolers
Is your student interested in dual enrollment? How to know when your teen is ready? Read on!
What My Own Children Taught Me About the College Application Process
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 […]