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Homeschooling with CLEP: Game-changer for Sean’s Future

I am thrilled to share with you this homeschooling success story of how Sara used CLEP in her homeschool with her son Sean during 11th (and now 12th) grade. She posted her celebration inside our Illinois HS4CC Facebook group and gave me permission to share it with you here. I know you’ll find it as inspirational as I did!

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From High School Senior to College Senior in 2 Weeks

Resourceful high school planning…. what is that exactly? It’s being deliberate about how you choose your teen’s high school classes so they are doing double duty- counting for high school AND college. Read this inspirational post from HS4CC parent Melissa and how her son’s high school credits took “two birds-one stone” to the next level saving her son over $35,000…and something else. Continue reading “From High School Senior to College Senior in 2 Weeks”

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May is always an ESPECIALLY wonderful month at Homeschooling for College Credit!

In this community, we celebrate every month – we share and encourage and post about small and big wins.  Earning college credit is a big deal!!  But in May,  I get especially fired up because some of your teens are GRADUATING from high school or college!!!  Is that your family??  Is someone graduating?  We want to celebrate with you!  Share your story below – feel free to share a photo celebrating this enormous accomplishment.

My kids aren’t especially fond of me “talking about them” online, but I want to add that two of my sons earned degrees this month!  For one son, this is his second degree.  I am celebrating with each of you as a normal proud mom hugging and loving my kids through the hard work and dedication it takes to finish a credential.  Earning a degree is a lot of work, a lot of time, a lot of planning, and a huge accomplishment that will stay with our kids forever.  Whether a diploma, degree, or second degree – it’s ALL worth celebrating!


-Jennifer & family