Homeschooling for College Credit
Everyone who leads and serves in our organization is a volunteer.
Homeschooling for College Credit is a volunteer-led social community that leverages the wisdom and altruism of our members to help each other through public support and encouragement. As a free community, social sharing and public exchange are the foundation from which we build a strong foundation of information and knowledge.
Jennifer Cook-DeRosa, M.S.
Founder and Executive Director of Homeschooling for College Credit.
Facebook Moderating Team
HS4CC hosts 60 Facebook groups, only possible because of dedicated parent-volunteers.
Do you like helping? So do we!
As a Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook moderator, you can help others walk through proven techniques to earn college credit in high school.
Our volunteers are homeschooling parents just like you! You don’t have to be an expert to become a moderator, just a desire to serve your community.
1.Read posts and comments to make sure members are using warm and encouraging words.
2. Turn on your notification for your group so you know when posts/comments appear.
3. Approve members who request to join the group. (be sure they answer the questions and are “real” people.)
4. Remove comments, posts, or members who cause trouble. (let me know)
5. Share blog posts from HS4CC.com in your Facebook group.
6. Share links to our group resources, classes, posts, and other helps as needed.
All prospective volunteers must complete a short training before serving as a moderator. Anyone interested in being a volunteer should take the training now, which will include further instructions.
Nice post from our Kentucky moderator, Katie Hassall:
“Good Morning! For those that are new to the group, I am one of the two Moderators for this group. I have been moderating since it’s existence and I LOVE being here. However, I am now not in the same place in life as most of you. My youngest son will be 23 this week. Both of my boys did Dual Enrollment in high school and my oldest went on and got 2 BAs the traditional way, although I am very happy to say, he graduated 100% debt free. My youngest obtained an associates through non traditional methods and probably would not have done that if he did not have so many traditional and non traditional credits from high school. He is actually considering returning to school for a subject specific certificate, which I am thrilled about. Whatever educational goals your student has, I would suggest that you go ahead and insert as much college level credit you can in high school. College is expensive and goals and minds change. I am so grateful that I read “Homeschooling for College Credit” soon after it came out, which was when my oldest was still in high school. I am also grateful that I followed much of the advice in the book. Also, thank you to Jennifer Cook DeRosa for writing “Homeschooling for College Credit” and for putting all the effort into the website and state specific forums. The information shared here can change your student’s educational journey for the better.”