Posted in Distance Learning, Dual Enrollment, High School, HS4CC

Dual Enrollment Deal

Is dual enrollment expensive in your state?  Here’s a deal you won’t want to miss. Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary is a regionally accredited college in Iowa offering a free dual enrollment opportunity for any high school junior or senior!    Continue reading “Dual Enrollment Deal”

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College Credit & Social Distancing

We’re in full social distancing mode, but even with so many businesses closed, earning college credit is still possible for most of our audience!  The following list shows you which college credit resources are still alive and well! Continue reading “College Credit & Social Distancing”

Posted in College Admission, Community college, Dual Enrollment, High School, Transfer Credit

Insider Tip: Predicting Credit Placement

Earning one college credit puts your teen ahead!  But when they start accumulating a lot of credit it’s only natural that you start to wonder how their credits will apply toward their future degree. Continue reading “Insider Tip: Predicting Credit Placement”

Posted in Curriculum, Dual Enrollment, Science

10 Ways to Take High School Lab Science

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It’s common for high school students to take a couple science classes, but science LABS seem to create some anxiety for parents. I think our lab sciences ended up being our BEST classes!!   When in doubt, add more lab! 

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What will they say?

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?”