High school is the BEST time to earn college credit!
The mission of Homeschooling for College Credit is to teach resourceful high school planning to homeschool families who want to earn college credit in high school.
What do you sell?
Our community is a free resource dedicated to helping you learn how to make the most of your teen’s high school career. Our Facebook community is 16,000 strong, and we have groups in all 50 states led by 45 volunteer- parents just like you!
Jennifer’s book, Homeschooling for College Credit, hit #1 on Amazon in 2018 and is considered “THE BOOK” to help you develop a plan that works best for your family. Jennifer’s background in college administration and years as a homeschool parent merge together to teach you how to be your child’s best guidance counselor.
Degree Planning Masterclass & private coaching: If you want your teen to earn a full degree in high school (120 college credits) you’ll need more to learn how to degree plan like an academic advisor – an aspect of credit-earning that is beyond what our free resources provide. We offer a fully online Degree Planning Masterclass that teaches parents how to DIY a degree plan for their own teens. If you’d like personal guidance through the process, you can add Private Coaching to your Masterclass.
The Masterclass is for parents with teens in high school who have already read and started a Homeschooling for College Credit program at home. We suggest your teen earn at least 15 college credits before committing to a full degree at home.
94% of our community earns college credit in high school.
Most will earn about 30 college credits.
Some will earn an entire degree.
If your teen earns even 1 college credit, he is ahead!
Homeschooling for College Credit is recognized by the Homeschool Legal Defense Association as a “recommended resource” for high school families.
Our FREE Membership Program
How to Get Started 1-2-3
1. Follow our PUBLIC Facebook Page
Homeschooling for College Credit is a social program – that means that our free content is online and shared with all of our followers daily. In addition to this website, which houses content, Jennifer posts daily tips and guidance on the main Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook page. Simply click “like” Homeschooling for College Credit on Facebook to become a member!
2. Do you have the BOOK?
If you want to create a program at home, Homeschooling for College Credit will teach you how to develop a program from scratch. Homeschooling for College Credit hit #1 on Amazon in 2018 and is considered “THE BOOK” to help you develop a plan that works best for your family. You can find the book at your local library, favorite retailer, or through Amazon.com in paperback or Kindle. Buy Now.
If you have the first edition, here’s what’s new.
Kindle Unlimited subscribers get the book for free.
3. Join your PRIVATE Facebook Group
Homeschooling for College Credit is a social program, so it’s important that you also join your state’s group. As a new member, your state group will help you understand the ways to earn college credit in your state (all states are different) and meet others just getting started. As you become a seasoned member, you’ll be able to help those coming behind you!
Our special Facebook groups:
- Homeschooling for College Credit for MILITARY families.
- NCAA-bound while Homeschooling for College Credit.
- College Credit Marketplace – Buy and sell your college credit curriculum with other Homeschooling for College Credit families.
“If I hadn’t found this Facebook group, my son would not be a 17 year old wrapping up his junior year of high school with 36 college credits, that’s for sure!”
Carrie A. (IA)
“I’m an Associate Professor and serve as a Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission and the American Council on Education. These qualifications put me in a position as an evaluator of Higher Education. In my professional opinion, Jennifer Cook DeRosa is THE foremost authority on Homeschooling for College Credit in the United States.
Shawn Ambrose, Ph.D (IN)
“My daughter earned her bachelors while homeschooling high school thanks to Jennifer’s book and guidance. I also earned a degree while my daughter did.”
Karen P. (NY)