Understanding transfer credit makes a big impact on the overall cost of college. Through resourceful high school planning, parents learn to understand how to make a college’s transfer policy work in their favor. Continue reading “Transfer Credit for the Win”
Is your teen taking an ACE course this summer? ACE courses are courses that are evaluated for college credit but aren’t from a college. Examples include Straighterline, Studycom, Sophia, and others. Continue reading “Adding a Course to your ACE Transcript”
Texas HS4CC Moderator ANDREA SPENCE LABASS wrote this AMAZING explanation of the $99 program currently running through Arizona State University. If you’re paying more than $99 per class for dual enrollment-you need to read this and save some money! Continue reading “Arizona State University $99”
Over the next few months, I’m going to so something I’ve never done before! I’m going to pull excerpts from Homeschooling for College Credit second edition and share them here! I have several favorite sections that I refer to time and again, and I am thrilled to share them with you. Today’s section is from Chapter 1: Congratulations! You’re a Guidance Counselor Continue reading “HS4CC Chapter 1”
Here’s a curated list of scholarships your rising 12th grader can apply for right now! As always, I grabbed these from my favorite scholarship list JLV Consulting- love that site! Continue reading “Scholarships to Apply for NOW”
It’s that time of the month and we want to hear your wins! Did your teen earn college credit this month? Did they do something cool? Did they graduate? Share below so we can celebrate with you!
When I took my first CLEP exam, I felt pretty comfortable with the process and didn’t immediately see any reason to consider other brands like DSST. It wasn’t long before I realized the limits of brand loyalty and soon branched out to add several DSST exams to my scheduled. Continue reading “Compare CLEP vs DSST”
If your teen will take their first college course this fall, it’s a good idea to have a quick prep course so they are up to speed! Sophia’s College Readiness Course is open for enrollment right now! This course is rated VERY HIGH by the students who have taken it and the best part? $0 through July 31, 2020!! Continue reading “College Readiness Course – Enroll Now $0”
One of the most common mistakes parents make is confusing a state’s graduation requirements with the admissions requirements of their state colleges. Knowing each is very important while planning your teen’s high school exit strategy.
30, 40, or even 60 college credits via testing out with CLEP? A lot of parents have found the key to cash-flowing college (or at least half of it!) is racking up enormous amounts of college credit by exam in high school. If you’ve wondered about this strategy, I’ll show you how on Thursday, June 25th! Continue reading “Workshop Thursday: MAXIMIZING CLEP”