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The Key Questions Your High Schooler Should Ask at College Visits!

June 6, 2019

Is your student gearing up to visit some prospective colleges that they are interested in? A college visit goes beyond just taking in the sights. Students should be ready to learn more about the college than can be found on the college website so that they may get some idea what life will be like […]


Summer Learning Ideas for Homeschooling High School

Summer learning Ideas for Homeschooling High School

May 24, 2019

Guest post by Kimberly Smith Summer is a great time to learn new skills that will help your teen mature and encourage them as they grow. Summer is also a slow time for regular school learning so why not work on so e life skills. This article will look at several possible ways to continue […]


Homeschool Friendly Colleges in Washington

May 23, 2019

Homeschooling allows students to get the education they need, tailored to their interests and real life. It is becoming increasingly popular for colleges and universities to accept homeschoolers because of their uniqueness and ability to stand out amongst traditionally schooled students. Why? Homeschoolers are using what is around them to make it their classroom and […]


What Foreign Language should my High Schooler Study?

What Foreign Language should my High Schooler Study? There are many things to consider when deciding on a foreign language to study. Here are seven things you should keep in mind during your decision making process. 1. Motive– Help your student determine what their main reason is for wanting to learn a particular foreign language. […]


Top 5 Most Useful Languages to Study in High School!

May 16, 2019

Top 5 Most Useful Languages to Study in High School!   Why would you want to have your students learn a foreign language in high school? First off, you are able to speak to a wide variety of people beyond your own language. Learning a second language can open a student up to a lot […]


Homeschool Friendly Colleges in Oregon

May 15, 2019

Many homeschooling families tend to get nervous about the thought of their child not being able to get into a college. As homeschooling is growing around the U.S., more and more homeschoolers are being accepted into universities and colleges. Although this is no easy task, colleges and universities are very intrigued on how homeschoolers are […]


7 Tips for Creating Your Own High School Poetry Study

April 20, 2019

April is National Poetry Month. What better time to head to the library with your teen in search of poetry to inspire their own inner poet or even your own? You may also find local events that are happening to celebrate poetry in your own community. Listed below are 7 tips for studying poetry with […]


Scholarships for Homeschoolers

Scholarships Ending in April, May, and June 2019

March 29, 2019

Scholarships Ending in April 2019 A.R.S. Scholarships Sponsor: Armenian Relief Society of Eastern USA, Inc. Amount: Varies Closing Date: April 1, 2019 Description: Scholarship is open to students of Armenian descent who are current undergraduate students, community college students transferring to a four-year college or university in the Fall, or graduate students. Academic Path Towards […]


Making Current Events a Part of Your HS curriculum

March 15, 2019

There are many benefits to keeping up with current events in your homeschool and plenty of creative ways to do it. It’s a good way to teach your own values and beliefs about local and world events but also can be a way to introduce the opinions and beliefs of other people. Newspaper Some may […]


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