Colleges Perfect for Special Needs Students

July 17, 2018

As educational institutions work to better understand students’ unique learning abilities, you’ll find more and more colleges with programs for special needs students. Not only have colleges that accept IEP students gotten better at structuring their college programs, but their admissions department has improved their process to recognize potential candidates from different schooling methods. Like […]

Continue learning through the summer!

Coffee and Curriculum: Creating Your Own Summer Curriculum

June 29, 2018

Summer is FINALLY here, and it’s a great time to ramp up all the fun activities you enjoyed doing during the school year. When you were on a time crunch during the school year, you had to stop whether your students wanted to keep learning or not. Now that it’s summer, you have plenty of […]

Prepare your students to write at the next level!

College Life Series: College Essay Guide

June 25, 2018

Is your student about to embark on a college adventure? It doesn’t take long before new college students have an “eye-opening” run-in with college writing! Academic writing is the type of writing students do in college, and it’s quite different from high school-level writing. While in high school, your students probably got accustomed to the […]

Check out these scholarship opportunities for homeschoolers!

Scholarships Ending in July, August, and September 2018

June 21, 2018

Scholarships Ending in July CollegeWeekLive Scholarship Sponsor: CollegeWeekLive, LLC Amount: $1,000 Closing Date: 11:59 Eastern Time on the last day of the month Description: Scholarship is open to students who will enroll no later than the fall of 2019 in an accredited post-secondary institution of higher learning (college, university or trade school). Open to both U.S. and non-U.S. students. […]

Finding a High School Summer Internship

Finding a High School Summer Internship

June 11, 2018

Is your high school student wavering about their career ideas for the future? At this age the possibilities abound for a very bright future for your teen. Now is a great time for them to explore their various interests. There may be a way for your students to try out these interests in a hands-on […]

Making a Four Year High School Plan

Making a Four-Year High School Plan

June 7, 2018

Why have a four-year high school homeschool plan? The benefits of having a four-year plan are many. A four-year plan is a common tool for planning out a college-level study, however, bringing this to use for high school is a great way to maximize your time. What are the benefits? Having a four-year plan is the […]

7 Reasons Blogging will help you become a better writer!

7 Reasons Blogging Will Help You Be a Better Writer

June 3, 2018

Guest post contributed by Kevin Nelson  It’s no secret that many academics sometimes struggle with writing. After all, writing research papers and academic essays is no fun. If that’s about all the writing you’ve been exposed to, it’s little wonder that you’d feel hesitant. However, blogging is a crucial tool in communicating research topics efficiently. […]

High School Virtual Conference... a can't miss event!

Setting Your Life’s Direction – High School Virtual Conference

May 25, 2018

REGISTER NOW! Let’ has partnered with to bring you a long-awaited solution for highschoolers wondering how to map out their future! With several keynote speakers and a great lineup of speakers through panel discussions including admissions counselors as well as college alternative advocates, your high schooler is sure to find some much-needed help in determining […]

Why does geography matter so much?

Geographic Illiteracy in America: The Importance of Studying Geography

In a recent survey testing Americans’ abilities, only 17% of adults could find Afghanistan on a map. In comparison, Sweden scored highest and Mexico scored last in performing the same task. (In case you’re wondering, the U.S. scored just above Mexico.) Another study conducted showed that only 11% of those taking the survey were able […]

Is your homeschooled high schooler considering Bob Jones University?

Interview With Bob Jones University

May 23, 2018

Is your homeschooled student considering Bob Jones University for college? If so, he or she may be interested in the interview we conducted with Bob Jones. We wanted to know what chances homeschoolers have of being accepted and if there was anything the school wanted us to know. Below, you’ll find our questions and their […]