Did you know that Simplify runs a Facebook group for parents homeschooling college bound teens? It’s called College Confident Homeschoolers, and it is a place where all of us who are homeschooling the high school years can come together and discuss topics that pertain to this journey. It is a very supportive and informative group […]
Hey, all! Jill and Farrar will be at it again next month. This time we’ll be taking your questions about the basics of college admissions for homeschoolers. This webinar is hosted in our Facebook goup and is especially for parents of 10th-11th graders (although all are welcome). Remember no question is too simple! And feel […]
Simplify runs a wonderful and supportive group on Facebook called College Confident Homeschoolers (CoCoH for short) that we would love for you to join. This group is for parents homeschooling teens through high school. CoCoH supports you through all the decisions and worries of the high school years and with college applications. The past week […]
Resources for the homeschool parent working through the college application process.
Join Farrar and Jill as they discuss community colleges as a viable path for homeschoolers. Many homeschoolers decide to utilize the local community college for dual enrollment and increasingly more homeschool graduates are deciding to take the community college path after graduation. Is community college right for your family? Listen to our latest podcast to […]
Have a homeschooler who will be applying to colleges this fall? If so this list is for them.
MuseCast Modays are back in a new season with Jill and Farrar! We are so excited to be podcasting again and can’t wait to bring you new episodes every other week on topics ranging from college admissions to homeschooling with our new curriculum, GPS. In this episode, Jill and Farrar talk about the college admissions […]
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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.
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.
9 steps for keeping college applications sane. And real.
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 […]