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The U.S. Department of Education reports that about half of the students who start college will never finish and 75% will graduate with student loan debt.

Beat the odds by earning college credit in high school

Homeschooling for College Credit teens graduate high school with about 1 year of college under their belts, but motivated teens can finish their degree.  Homeschooling for College Credit brings the goal post closer and teaches you how to pay cash as you go.

Homeschooling for College Credit will challenge you to reconsider the wisdom of popular college propaganda, and how to make better choices for your family. Even if you’ve never been to college, this book will turn you into a well-informed homeschool guidance counselor ready to proceed with confidence.

“I’m SO grateful for Jennifer and the team at HS4CC. Your time, talents and effort are such a gift to us all, and impacting families for a lifetime!”  -Kathy M.

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“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 in NY

 “My daughter got her acceptance letter into her 4-year college of choice as a dual-enrolled student. Over the next year and a half, she will earn 63 credits on top of what she has already taken.”  –Jeanette S. 

“My 12-year-old son took his fourth CLEP. He should have 15-18 college credits before 8th grade!” -Kali P.

“Jennifer Cook DeRosa is THE foremost authority on Homeschooling for College Credit in the United States.” -Dr. Shawn Ambrose, Higher Learning Commission, and the American Council on Education.

“I am continually thankful for Jennifer’s sharing heart as she walks thousands of families through the world of “Home Schooling for College Credit!”  -Hannah C.

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