Homeschool Friendly Colleges in Texas

Homeschool Friendly Colleges in Texas

March 9, 2019

As the saying goes, “Everything is bigger in Texas” and if you are homeschooling in the state you are joining just one of the hundreds of thousands of other homeschooling families. Homeschooling families are growing rapidly, especially in Texas. Do you have high schoolers with college on their mind? Many universities and colleges are welcoming […]

Homeschool friendly Colleges in New Jersey

March 1, 2019

Homeschooling gives students a sense of flexibility to their learning. They are not required to sit at a desk for 8 hours a day, not required to learn specific topics the schools are required to teach, and better yet, they can learn on their own time. Colleges have been actively recruiting homeschoolers as they stand […]

Homeschool Friendly Colleges in Florida

February 18, 2019

Being a homeschooled student allows for enormous flexibility, it really sets apart students from traditionally schooled students. Homeschool students have an endless supply of learning areas, where they can spend more time learning about things they enjoy and have a passion for. These passions prove to be significant during the admission process for colleges in […]

NC homeschool friendly colleges

Homeschool Friendly Colleges in North Carolina

February 9, 2019

Many homeschooling parents tend to get nervous or frustrated over the thought of their child not being able to get into college. Well, fear no more. Homeschoolers are seeing more and more opportunities for post-secondary education after graduation.   If you’re looking for North Carolina colleges that accept homeschoolers, this is a good place to […]

Top 7 Questions about the PSAT Test

February 7, 2019

 1. What is the PSAT? The PSAT is known as the Preliminary SAT. It is also known as the PSAT/NMSQT® (National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) Below is an overview of the structure of the current PSAT- Reading Test: 60 Minutes, 47 questions. Writing and Language Test: 35 minutes, 44 questions. Math No Calculator Section: 25 […]

Homeschool friendly colleges in Georgia

Homeschool Friendly Colleges in Georgia

February 4, 2019

Homeschool students get to set their own paths for learning which allows them to explore their passions and interests a step further than from those who are traditionally schooled. Because of their educational experiences and backgrounds, more and more homeschoolers are admitted to hundreds of colleges and universities around the world. Colleges and universities have […]

Scholarships for Homeschoolers

Scholarships Ending in January, February, and March 2019

January 25, 2019

Scholarships Ending in January 2019: 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. […]

The No Stress Guide to Transcripts

January 22, 2019

It’s hard to believe your homeschooler is now in high school. And, now that you’ve gotten over the shock of it all, the realization that there is a lot of extras that go along with homeschooling high school hits you! Yes, there are more things to think about and yes the content gets a bit […]

How to Study for Taking a Test

Top 10 Study Resources for Test Taking

January 21, 2019

How to Study for a Test The mere thought of a test can at times spark feelings that vary from having little pretest jitters to over the top panic and trepidation. There are steps you can take to at least decrease that anxiety and also help you be more prepared for a test. Be informed […]

The Benefits of Studying Abroad

The Benefits of Studying Abroad

December 18, 2018

Does your student dream of traveling to other countries to explore new lands and cultures? They may be able to turn that dream into a reality all while pursuing their goals for higher education. Financially this might seem like it’s impossible, but there are ways to do for free or very little.   Things to […]