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Listening Party: Borrowed Future Ep. 2

Are you following us as we listen together to the new podcast from Ramsey Solutions called Borrowed Future?  The link to the podcast is posted below, and you have to carve out time this afternoon to listen when you decide NOT to borrow for college, everything changes.  Step 2: Resisting Peer Pressure

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Listening Party: Borrowed Future Ep. 1

Wow, just wow.  Did you get a chance to hear the new show from Ramsey Solutions called Borrowed Future?  The link to the podcast is posted below, and you have to carve out time this afternoon to listen when you decide NOT to borrow for college, everything changes.  Step 1: Homeschool for College Credit.

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Degree Planning 101 (part 4)

PART 4 of 4

Degree planning, in contrast to high school planning, is when your teen’s courses are selected to meet the requirements for a college degree. Resourceful high school planning, something we’re especially focused on here, is considering those requirements while your teen is still in high school and thoughtfully injecting college credit into your homeschool program where it makes sense. Since planning a high school diploma is already a big job for most of us, degree planning can feel unachievable. In this 4-part series, I’d like to talk more with you about degree planning.  Continue reading “Degree Planning 101 (part 4)”

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Degree Planning 101 (part 3)

PART 3 of 4

Degree planning, in contrast to high school planning, is when your teen’s courses are selected to meet the requirements for a college degree. Resourceful high school planning, something we’re especially focused on here, is considering those requirements while your teen is still in high school and thoughtfully injecting college credit into your homeschool program where it makes sense. Since planning a high school diploma is already a big job for most of us, degree planning can feel unachievable.  In this 4-part series, I’d like to talk more with you about degree planning.  Continue reading “Degree Planning 101 (part 3)”

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AP Conflict List for 2020

If you’re planning more than one AP exam this academic year (2019-2020) you’ll want to make sure your subjects are not going to “bump” into each other at test time.  This year’s conflict list contains 22 exams that occupy 11 time slots!  Since your teen can only take 1 exam per time slot, don’t make the shocking mistake of studying for 2 subjects in the same time slot. The AP Exam conflict list appears below. Continue reading “AP Conflict List for 2020”

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Degree Planning 101 (part 2)

PART 2 of 4

Degree planning, in contrast to high school planning, is when your teen’s courses are selected to meet the requirements for a college degree.  Resourceful high school planning, something we’re especially focused on here, is considering those requirements while your teen is still in high school and thoughtfully injecting college credit into your homeschool program where it makes sense. Since planning a high school diploma is already a big job for most of us, degree planning can feel unachievable. In this 4-part series, I’d like to talk more with you about degree planning.  Continue reading “Degree Planning 101 (part 2)”

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Degree Planning 101 (part 1)

PART 1 of 4

Degree planning, in contrast to high school planning, is when your teen’s courses are selected to meet the requirements for a college degree. Resourceful high school planning, something we’re especially focused on here, is considering those requirements while your teen is still in high school and thoughtfully injecting college credit into your homeschool program where it makes sense. Since planning a high school diploma is already a big job for most of us, degree planning can feel unachievable. In this 4-part series, I’d like to talk more with you about degree planning.  Continue reading “Degree Planning 101 (part 1)”