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HS4CC Virtual Book Club

I’m starting an EXCITING new book club and guess what we’re reading? Homeschooling for College Credit, of course! I’m looking for 12 enthusiastic homeschooling parents who have NEVER READ Homeschooling for College Credit but would like to. Here’s the best part, for this club, I’m actually sending you the paperback for FREE! Free book and an author-led live book club, it’s going to be great!

I’m sorry, but sign up has CLOSED for this event.

Anyone can sign up, but only 12 will be selected to participate.

Only those selected for the book club will receive a free book.


The book club will meet live on ZOOM each Tuesday night for 4 weeks starting in October plus 2 optional discussions on Saturday afternoons!

To qualify you should…

  • have never read Homeschooling for College Credit but want to
  • are homeschooling at least one student in grade 9 or higher
  • enjoy group discussions with other homeschooling parents
  • have time to read about 2 chapters per week
  • are available to participate in all 4 Tuesday night live club sessions (Saturday sessions are optional)

  • September 1-15 Sign-up Period

  • September 15-30 Books are mailed to selected participants

  • LIVE CLUB SESSION #1

    October 13th (Tuesday) 6:00 pm EST Chapters 1-2-3

    Congratulations! You’re a Guidance Counselor

    30 Ways to Earn College Credit in High School

    Behind the Scenes: Why Colleges Don’t Like Parents

    Will it Transfer?

  • LIVE CLUB SESSION #2

    October 20th (Tuesday) 6:00 pm EST Chapters 4 & 5

    Resourceful High School Planning

    High School Planning Templates

    Building Good High School Curriculum for Credit by Exam

  • OPTIONAL SESSION

    October 24 (Saturday) 1:00 EST Chapter 6

    Dual Enrollment Advice

    Freshman Applicant vs Transfer Student

    Adult Content in College Classes

  • LIVE CLUB SESSION #3

    October 27th (Tuesday) 6:00 pm EST Chapter 7

    Transcripts and Record Keeping

    What to Include, What you Must Leave Out

    Guidelines for Assigning Letter Grades and Credits

    Guidelines for Recording High School and College Credit

  • LIVE CLUB SESSION #4

    November 3rd (Tuesday) 6:00 pm EST Chapter 8 & 9

    Homeschool Exit Strategies: Diploma, Degree, or GED?

    Taking Your Credit to College

    Finding Money for College

  • OPTIONAL SESSION

    November 7th (Saturday) 10:00 am EST

    Next Step: Get Started this Spring Semester

    Open Question & Answers


About Homeschooling for College Credit

Resourceful High School Planning for Homeschooling Families

#1 New Release on Amazon in Homeschooling

“Recommended Resource” -Home School Legal Defense Association


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. 

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. 

“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.


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Please be respectful that many will want to participate and space is limited

 

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Site Owner, Homeschooling for College Credit

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