So, if you already feel yourself mounting a reaction to the title, this post isn’t for you. Like anything you’re good at, you can’t imagine that other people can’t “become” good at it too… if they only had a better attitude, different curriculum, a better teacher, etc. STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) are all the rage – most universities have watched their STEM-majors double in the past few years, so there is a ton of emphasis on not only high school math, but college-level math in high school. Sure, with 10,000 hours it’s possible to become an expert in anything. This is not that. Continue reading “Math Success 4 Math Averse”
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.
Carol from Minnesota crunched the Homeschooling for College Credit numbers for her daughter. You won’t believe what she found. Continue reading “We just saved $96,780”
The motivational/inspirational quote always goes something like this:
“What would you do if you had unlimited time, talent, or resources? Do that!”
If you love that quote, you’re not alone. But you might not appreciate this post very much, and I want to talk to you about how time, talent, and resources fit into the homeschooling for college credit journey. Continue reading “Unlimited Time, Talent, and Resources”
For states that require homeschoolers to take end-of-the-year standardized tests, many are left wondering if this is still required since public school students are exempt from testing?
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”
Summer and Fall dual enrollment registration is just around the corner and many colleges have presented two options: Take dual enrollment online or nothing. Continue reading “Dual Enrollment Online vs Nothing? Take this quiz!”
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”
Nine out of ten families decide that their children are college material as early as the day they sign up for preschool. In 2014, a kindergarten play was shelved so the 5-year olds could prep for college. We’ve created a sense of urgency around college admissions and attendance at all costs. Continue reading “Stupid Girl – What Was She Thinking?”
Has your family been forced into homeschooling due to the Coronavirus? You’re not alone! Public schools across the country are closed, and millions of students are now learning at home. What is the LEAST you need to know? Continue reading “Temporary Homeschooling: The Least you Need To Know”