New to homeschooling high school? Make the most of your teen’s high school career! Continue reading “Resourceful High School Planning”
Common sense college planning is based on the foundation of knowing what you’re buying, and step 1 is getting real numbers on paper – today! Continue reading “Show Me the Money!”
Many teens choose to take one or more college admissions tests in high school – if you’re wondering when each exam should be taken, here’s a quick guide to get you planning.
Continue reading “When to take College Admissions Tests”
New to homeschooling high school? Make the most of your teen’s high school career! Continue reading “New to Homeschooling?”
Cisco Networking Academy has a catalog of 5 classes you can use for your teen this year! Though these won’t generate college credit, you can award high school credit -my recommendations follow. Continue reading “Python, Linux, Cybersecurity, and more!”
Today is the last time I’m teaching the HS4CC Transcript Workshop as part of my Summer Workshop series! It’s not too late to register- but the event is today at 12:00 EASTERN TIME – watch your time zones! If you’re building a transcript that includes college credit, you won’t want to miss this. Continue reading “Last Time: Transcript Workshop”
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”
New to homeschooling high school? Make the most of your teen’s high school career! Continue reading “Back to School Planning”
If you’ve registered for today’s ZOOM session Associate Degrees in High School 3:00 EST we may experience delay or disruption due to ISAIAS FORECAST TO BECOME HURRICANE. I live in North Carolina and may lose power. Continue reading “BREAKING NEWS: possible ZOOM delay”
I have a great resource list for those of you planning a U.S Government course this year!
These resources are MORE THAN ENOUGH to DIY a full-year program. If you only want 1 semester, you’ll have to pick and choose.
Beyond high school credit, there are 2 exams you can take (not both- choose 1) that yield 3 college credits in the U.S. Government. Continue reading “U.S. Government Credit”