If you’ve just decided to start homeschooling and are in a curriculum or budget pinch due to COVID, there is one go-to that will get you through your first year- and it works well with HS4CC. Continue reading “Need Curriculum in a Hurry?”
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?
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”
World Book is granting free access during COVID-19 through April 30th. I’ve highlighted some of the pages on their site that I think you could use. Continue reading “World Book – Free Access”
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”
Embry-Riddle is offering a once-in-a-lifetime dual enrollment opportunity for those of you living in Florida or Arizona!! Continue reading “Florida & Arizona HS4CC Opportunity”
Latest from College Board for upcoming AP exams: they will be offered online. Continue reading “AP Exams Online for 2020”
While many of us are sheltering in place, I’m happy to share some AMAZING opportunities for your teens to earn A LOT of college credit at home RIGHT NOW during this pandemic. These options are available to any teen-even temporary homeschoolers! Continue reading “Homeschooling for College Credit During Coronavirus”
The College Board is canceling the May 2, SAT administration. Makeup exams for the March 14 administration (scheduled March 28) are also canceled. Registered students will receive refunds. The ACT college admissions test scheduled for April 4 is rescheduled for June 13.
The Common App is a popular college application tool that many of you complete for college admissions. If your 12th grader is using the Common App, here are some important updates you need to know about: Continue reading “Using the Common App this year?”
Whether you’re temporarily homeschooling or a full-time homeschooler, The College Board’s handling of AP testing for this year is a BIG DEAL. Here’s what you need to know so far: Continue reading “AP Exam: Coronavirus Updates”
In the past few days, there have been hundreds of colleges and schools shuttering their doors to help contain the spread of the Coronavirus. Hundreds of thousands of families are homeschooling by mandate. I want to take a moment to WELCOME you into our community! Continue reading “Temporary Homeschoolers: Welcome!”