Homeschooling for College Credit offers several private consulting sessions for those who want help planning their semester. Our experienced leadership is ready to help you get off to a great start this year.
Homeschooling parents are responsible for understanding and complying with all of their state’s homeschooling laws, policies, and record-keeping as they relate to operating a homeschool. Homeschooling for College Credit and its representatives provide guidance and support for informational purposes only and should not be considered legal advice on any subject matter.
Experts in Homeschooling for College Credit
Homeschooling for College Credit experts carefully matched to your specific needs.
- Learning Disabilities & Special Needs
- High School Planning
- New to Homeschooling
- College Planning without Debt
- Arizona State University Universal Learner Program
- CLEP, AP, DSST Planning
- Dual Enrollment Planning
What options are available for me?
Facebook groups (free): Our Facebook groups exist in all 50 states and are led by volunteers. These are the same volunteers that are available for consulting sessions. If your question is general in nature, and privacy is not a concern, you are encouraged to ask your question in the Facebook group. This allows many people to offer and benefit from advice at scale. We have specialty Facebook groups for a number of topics and you are encouraged to join as many of our Facebook groups as you like! See the list.
1-Hour session (paid): For anyone who wants a private session one on one. A private Zoom session is for someone with specific question(s) that wants more assistance than is available through our free resources. Requests for 1-hour staff sessions are sent directly to Jennifer Cook-DeRosa who will carefully match you to one of our 50 HS4CC experts. All of our experts serve as leaders in the organization as a moderator.
1-1/2 Hour with Jennifer (paid): Zoom sessions with Jennifer are for parents of high school teens*. Jennifer Cook-DeRosa is the founder and Executive Director of the Homeschooling for College Credit organization. Jennifer’s professional work inside the system for 20 years inspired her to start advocating for parents outside the system in 2012. Her first book, Homeschooling for College Credit, led to the creation of the HS4CC nonprofit organization (you are here!) that allows her to teach tens of thousands of homeschooling parents each year.
*adults, college students, postsecondary professionals, or parents of younger students, or those enrolled in public school should contact Jennifer via email instead of purchasing a session. firstname.lastname@example.org