• Do Homeschoolers Get Scholarships? When it comes to scholarships, homeschooled students usually have the same opportunities as those who attend public or private schools. While some opponents of educational choice have raised concern in the past, particularly about socialization and the quality of the curriculum used in many homeschool settings, statistics show that many homeschooled students fall in the ...
  • What Do You Need In Order to Homeschool High School? This is a question that almost everyone askes, people who are exploring the idea of homeschooling to those who have been homeschooling for a while. But stop for just a minute and really let that question sink in…what do you need to teach your child? Maybe a better way to phrase it is,“What does your child ...
  • Besides College, What Are the Options? While many homeschoolers have the goal of college in mind, it is not the only option for the home-educated student. In fact, in some cases, it may not even be the best option. Instead, it is reasonable to suggest that the best option is the one that matches the needs, skills, talents, interests and goals ...
  • GED Versus Diploma: Getting Into College? No parent approaches homeschooling a teen without at least a little bit of anxiety. After all, the preparation you give your adolescent now will greatly influence his future. The good news is you can relax a bit, safe in the knowledge that home-educated students can and do get into college, and once there, they tend ...
  • Don’t Let High School Transcript for Your Homeschooler Scare You! One of the most daunting parts of homeschooling a child through high school isn’t the teaching at all. It’s figuring out how to create that critical high school transcript. Whether you’re starting at the beginning of your child’s high school career (recommended) or you’ve waited until it’s time to start applying for college, there’s good ...
  • Do Homeschoolers Go to College? Whether you homeschool or not, every parent wants the best possible future for his or her child. For homeschool parents, though, the question of their child’s future can sometimes feel overwhelming. After all, we feel like what we do now has a direct impact on what they do later. First, let me say that without having ...