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Jamie Gaddy, B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. has been an education professor for over 17 years. She is also a pastor’s wife, freelance writer, and entrepreneur who now homeschools four of her six children (ages 9-15) in a sweet tea sippin’, wrap around porch sittin’, sweet southern Georgia town. Jamie is also a contributing author at Online Education for Kids and MomSCHOOL

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Scholarships Ending in July, August, and September

Scholarships Ending in July American Pavilion Annual General Education Scholarship Sponsor: American Pavilion Amount: $1,000 Closing Date: July 1, 2017 Description: Scholarship is open to students currently enrolled in an accredited college. Applicant must submit a personal essay about their education and goals after graduation.   AMVETS College Support Scholarship Sponsor: AMVETS National Ladies Auxiliary […]


Various Ways to Homeschool

Like snowflakes and fingerprints each homeschool family has different needs and goals. I know we all love a little peak into other homeschool routines. Here’s a collection of 6 different homeschoolers who tell what and how they accomplish homeschooling in their lives. Grab that coffee – and enjoy! Homeschooler Number 1 – Kaitlyn Deeann Homeschooler […]


A Strategy for Year Round Homeschooling

Year Round Homeschooling or various forms of homeschooling throughout the calendar year are gaining traction and becoming increasingly mainstream homeschooling. Yet, still there are some that have concerns about homeschooling year round.  What is homeschooling year round? Simply put, homeschooling year round is when homeschoolers decide not to take an extended summer break, but smaller breaks […]


How to Homeschool High School for Free

How to Homeschool High School for Free It’s more than obvious that homeschooling is growing in popularity and prevalence across the country. But, for many homeschooling seems daunting due to the cost of providing your student’s education. Well, we are here to tell you – it doesn’t have to cost a dime! Yes, you heard […]


Behind the Scenes: College Admission Secrets

So many have gone before us, laboring over that college application and essay only to be relegated to the rejected pile on a cluttered desk in the back office. The testimony of many admission counselors is vastly different than what most of us believe the process to be. From getting food  poisoning in one town […]


College Scholarships Ending 2nd quarter

College Scholarships ending in April $1,000 Cappex Easy College Money Scholarship Sponsor: Cappex Amount: $1,000 Closing Date: Last day of the month Description: Scholarship is open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents who are enrolled (or planning to enroll in the next 12 months) as a high school student or college undergraduate. Applicant must create […]


Guest Post: Beauty and the Beast Inspired Book List

Homeschool Literature is sharing this Homeschooling Resource with us, just in time for some awesome reading! This list is perfect for fans of Beauty and the Beast. Just can’t get enough of the fairy tale ending? Find your next favorite book here!


Freebie February Free Printables

One of the most challenging aspects of homeschooling high school is the RECORD KEEPING. I almost shudder every time I think about it. It’s vitally important, it’s detailed, and it can be extensive.  High school record keeping can be the bane of your existence – but that’s why we at Let’s Homeschool High School.com created […]


What is Rolling Admission and How Does That Affect Me?

What is it? According to Wikipedia rolling admission is “a policy used by many colleges to admit freshmen to undergraduate programs. Many law schools in the United States also have rolling admissions policies. Under rolling admission, candidates are invited to submit their applications to the university anytime within a large window.” How can it help […]


Creating Your Successful Ivy League College Application

 If it’s your dream to attend an Ivy League School, it’s a dream that will take some forethought. Preparing to attend an Ivy League School is something that must be addressed and planned out well in advance of your high school career. As you enter high school, you should have an overall plan for your […]