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Get a College Education Without the Debt

April 1, 2016

Is that even possible? With the insatiable rising costs of higher education, the idea of college for many graduates is becoming a distant dream. Who wants to graduate with a pile of school loan debt that will take half a lifetime to pay off? What if there were ways to get through college and be […]


College Scholarships Ending 2nd Quarter 2016

March 15, 2016

Scholarships with April 2016 deadlines Champions for Christ Scholarship Sponsor: Champion for Christ Foundation Deadline: Apr. 1, 2016 Description: Scholarship is open to students who have surrendered their lives to full-time Christian service and are preparing for full-time Christian ministry.   Davis-Putter Scholarship Sponsor: Davis Putter Scholarship Fund Amount: Up to $10,000 Deadline: Apr. 1, […]


Out With the Old, In With the New SAT®!

March 10, 2016

For the first time in more than a decade, the College Board’s SAT® experienced a number of critical changes across all sections in both format & content, including timing breakdown, an optional essay section and an updated 1600-point scoring system with no penalty for wrong answers. Prepworks—the nation’s ed-tech leader in personalized learning and test […]


DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations

January 22, 2016

I know as well as anyone that it can be a little depressing when Valentine’s day rolls around as a teen if you don’t have a significant other.  However, there are some super fun ways you can decorate for the holiday and overall make your room/outfit/valentines more cheerful and festive!  I found these really fun […]


Women’s History Month Unit Study Resources

January 18, 2016

March is Women’s History Month, which makes the perfect time to explore or review some pivotal points in history that have made a huge difference for women and the women that have sacrificed to make that difference.   TIMELINES A great place to start in your study of Women’s History Month is to create a […]


Homeschool Resources for Black History Month

January 15, 2016

LHSHS is thrilled to be able to share these free home school resources for Black History Month. We love the quote, ” Black history is American History.”  Though the history resources we present here should be incorporated into social studies learning throughout the year, this month is a great opportunity to delve deeper into the […]


Misunderstood Asperger’s

January 14, 2016

First , it’s very important to understand the terminology used within the Autism Spectrum. Some people are steeped in the Autism/Asperger world and may already understand these things. Others may have a newly diagnosed child and this may be brand new. Here is a list of terms parents would do well to become familiar with: […]


College Scholarships 1st quarter 2016

January 11, 2016

      Scholarships with January 2016 deadlines $10,000 Scholarship Essay Contest Sponsor: EditRevise Amount: Up to $10,000 Deadline: Jan. 15, 2016 Description: Scholarship is open to students applying for an undergraduate degree for enrollment at an accredited institution within the United States or Canada in 2016 (or 2017 if taking a gap year). Applicant must submit an […]


5 Christmas Activities for Teens

December 22, 2015

Can you believe Christmas is almost here?  Are your teens bored on their holiday break?  If they are, then these activities might be a fun idea for them!  I’ve personally enjoyed each of these as a teen, especially the decorating and movie marathons!  Here are my top 5 Christmas activities for teens: —Christmas Movies Marathon.  […]


5 Tips for Homeschooling Mid Year

There are a lot of reasons why parents decide to homeschool mid year. In every case these reasons will be different. But, each of us share the common anxiety of finding out how to make this mid year transition a success. We at LHSHS want to share our 5 tips for getting started in the […]