When I started homeschooling 24 years ago, a lot of people had opinions about our children’s education. After you homeschool for a number of years, and it’s working well, you start to realize that non-traditional college options might be worth considering too. After all, you’ve already discovered that “one-size-fits-all-education” is a myth, what if “one-size-fits-all-college” is also a myth? Continue reading “What will they say?”
Two great good college credit sales happening today! Continue reading “2 Big Presidents’ Day Sales”
We have had several parents report success with the Arizona State University Earned Admissions program for their dual enrollment. Looks like this program is undergoing big changes.
Q: My daughter isn’t exactly sure what she’d like to get her degree in, but she’s a figure skater and has said she wants to coach figure skating. Any advice?
Minors taking college-level classes? You should think about whether or not they are ready.
I first did some research for a family member in 2015 and posted this info, but this method still works today, so it’s worth sharing again. Can you become a dentist without student loan debt? Absolutely!
Question: If your child started taking courses by the age of 13 and somehow finished college by 16, would you allow him/her to stop going to high school if they no longer wanted to go? Continue reading “Reader Question”
Do you love learning? When someone asks me that question, I always say yes. Actually, it’s more like YES! But over the past weeks I’ve started a new job, and it suddenly hit me that I don’t love learning- what I love is knowing. Continue reading “Learning is Hard”
You’ll read about teens finishing 1, 2, 3, or even 4 years of college in high school, but how does everyone go so fast? The traditional college student takes 6 years to earn a degree, so what’s going on? Continue reading “How does everyone go so FAST?”