Homeschooling for College Credit

***recorded events at the bottom***

UPCOMING EVENTS

DateEventRegistration
10/27/2021Excelsior College: Resourceful Homeschooling for an Affordable Bachelor’s Degree! Taught by HS4CC degree planning experts Danika Recore and Jennifer Cook-DeRosa, this 2+ hour live stream intensive class will teach you how your teen can complete most (or all) of their bachelor’s degree in high school using free and super low cost college credit. For teens who want to cash flow college for a fraction of the price and graduate debt-free from a regionally accredited college, you won’t want to miss this! Each participant will receive a handout and a recording of the session. $40 space is limited. 3pm EST – 5pm EST Register Now
11/10/2021College Credit for the Holidays In this workshop well look at how your teen can accumulate 3-9 college credits over their Thanksgiving and Christmas vacation! We’ll discuss the “low hanging fruit” they can earn right now. Live event, registration is required. $2.99 technology fee 4pm-5pm ESTRegister Now
11/09/2021TEL Learning Information Session College credit with excellent transferability, self-paced progress, and graded credit! Taught by Jennifer Cook-DeRosa and TEL’s Homeschool Outreach coordinator, you’ll learn how the program works and how to integrate it into your Homeschooling for College Credit program. Free live event but registration is required. 4pm-5pm ESTRegister Now
11/11/2021High School 101: Making the Most of 9th and 10th Grade
For our families with rising 9th or 10th graders. Taught by Jennifer Cook-DeRosa and HS4CC college credit expert Jenny Bergren. What’s the one thing we hear the most often? “I wish I had known about this before we started high school!” Taking all our best advice and reverse-engineering it to create a foundation for success. We’ll help you make sure your high school program checks all the right educational boxes while thinking ahead about when to start bringing in college credit and how to plan accordingly. Q&A period to follow. Each participant will receive a handout and recording of the session. $40 space is limited. 5pm EST-7:30pm EST
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11/17/2021High School 101: Making the Most of 11th and 12th Grade For our families with rising 11th or 12th graders. We know graduation is fast-approaching, so we have no time to waste! You’ll learn how to make the most of your teen’s last 2 years of high school by building their exit strategy full of college credit. We’ll focus on the essential high school subjects they’ll need based on their post-high school goals, how to award high school credit and college credit on their transcript, where to pick up extra college credit before graduation, and whether or not it makes sense to earn an associate degree before graduation. Q&A period to follow. Each participant will receive a handout and recording of the session. $40 space is limited. 5pm EST-7:30pm EST Register Now
11/30/2021Franklin University Information Session. Hosted by Franklin University, learn about the dual enrollment program they offer, eligibility requirements, cost, and how to register. Franklin University dual enrollment is open to high school students in any state with classes completed remotely. Ohio students may qualify for free tuition. FREE live event, registration is required. 2pm EST – 3pm EST Please send an RSVP email to ccplus@franklin.edu and they will send you the session link. Register Now
12/01/2021Welcome Event! For those who just found out about earning college credit in high school and want to learn more. This A quick start event is designed to help parents learn some of the basics about how to bring their first college credits into their homeschool. You’ll also learn about our Homeschooling for College Credit resources and how to use them. FREE live event registration is required. 5pm EST-6pm EST Register Now
12/15/2021Liberty University: Resourceful Homeschooling for an Affordable Bachelor’s Degree! You’ll learn how to make the most of your Christian homeschool program by resourcefully planning your teen’s degree from prestigious Liberty University. During this 2+ hour live stream intensive workshop, Jennifer Cook-DeRosa, and HS4CC expert Shelley Cloutier will walk you step by step through a degree completion strategy that you can begin anytime in high school. You’ll learn which courses your teen should take, when to take them, and how you can save the most money. By following this Homeschooling for College Credit approach, you will learn how to plan your teen’s degree at Liberty University for less than half of their advertised cost. Each participant will receive a handout and a recording of the session. $40 space is limited. 3pm EST-5pm EST Register Now
2021 END of Fall Schedule

Past & Recorded Events

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Build a Transcript Template – HS4CC online classAnytime
Associate Degrees in High School – HS4CC online classAnytime
Associate Degrees in High School – 1 hourAnytime
Simple Math Difficult Decisions – 1 hourAnytime
The Big 3: Affordable Bachelor’s Degrees – 1 hourAnytime
Taking Your First CLEP Exam – 1 hourAnytime
Arizona State University Universal Learner – 1 hourAnytime
New Member Welcome – 1 hourAnytime
CLEP, AP, or Dual Enrollment? What’s the Difference? -1 hourAnytime
Max CLEP in High SchoolAnytime
PAST EVENTS
10/20/2021Max CLEP in High School
10/13/2021New Member Welcome
10/06/2021Transcript Intensive Workshop
09/29/2021Taking Your First CLEP Exam
09/22/2021CLEP, AP, or Dual Enrollment? What’s the Difference?
09/15/2021Liberty University: Resourceful Homeschooling for an Affordable Bachelor’s Degree!
09/01/2021Thomas Edison State University Resourceful Homeschooling for an Affordable Bachelor’s Degree
08/31/2021Simple Math Difficult Decisions
08/30/2021Featured Guest: Humility and Doxology Podcast Replay
08/30/2021Transcript Intensive
08/20/2021Arizona State University Universal Learner
08/11/2021The Big 3: Affordable Bachelor’s Degrees
08/09/2021New Member Welcome
08/03/2021Max CLEP in High School
08/02/2021Helping your Teenager plan for College and Careers
07/28/2021HS4CC at Franklin University
07/27/2021Transcript Intensive
07/26/2021Minnesota Homeschooling for College Credit
07/19/2021Featured Guest: True North Homeschool AcademyReplay
06/23/2021Transcript Intensive
06/22/2021CLEP, AP, or Dual Enrollment? What’s the difference?
06/16/2021New Member Welcome
06/15/2021Taking Your 1st CLEP Exam
06/14/2021North Carolina Homeschooling for College Credit
06/09/2021Associate Degrees in High School
06/08/2021Simple Math Difficult Decisions
06/07/20214 Reasons to Homeschool for College Credit This Year
06/03/2021Accelerating Your Dual Enrollment Program with CLEP
06/02/2021Dual Enrollment on your Transcript
06/01/2021Affordable Dual Enrollment
05/27/2021Max CLEP in High School
05/20/2021New Member Welcome Event
05/06/2021Arizona State University Universal Learner
04/29/2021New Member Welcome Event
04/28/2021Featured Guest: The Learning Lounge Podcast
04/22/2021Finding Affordable Dual Enrollment
04/15/2021Max CLEP in High School
04/14/2021In the Spotlight: Taylor University Dual Enrollment
04/08/2021Simple Math Difficult Decisions
04/08/2021New Member Welcome
04/07/2021Max CLEP in High School
03/31/2021Featured Guest: Homeschool.com Interview
02/08/2021Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
01/22/20214 Big Reasons to earn College Credit in 2021
12/06/2020Featured Speaker: Homeschool Unschool Conference
12/03/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
11/25/2020Featured Guest: Homeschool.com Interview
11/19/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
11/12/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
11/05/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
11/02/2020Featured Guest: Homeschool Project Podcast
10/22/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
08/28/2020North Carolina HS4CC Live Zoom Event
08/28/2020Your First CLEP: What You Need to Know
08/06/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
08/06/2020High School Transcripts
08/03/2020Associate Degrees in High School
08/01/2020Maximizing CLEP in your Homeschool
07/31/2020Minnesota Homeschooling for College Credit
07/30/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
07/24/2020High School Transcripts
07/23/2020Degree Planning at the Big 3
07/22/2020Homeschooling for College Credit in NC
07/17/2020Your First CLEP: What you need to know
07/10/2020AP or CLEP which one to choose?
07/09/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
07/02/2020High School Transcripts
06/30/2020Michigan Homeschooling for College Credit
06/26/2020North Carolina HS4CC
06/25/2020Maximizing CLEP in your Homeschool
06/20/2020Morning Coffee: Ask me anything
06/19/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
06/11/2020High School Transcripts
06/05/2020Illinois HS4CC
05/28/2020Introduction to Homeschooling for College Credit
05/13/2020Washington, Oregon, and Alaska HS4CC
05/06/2020Texas Homeschooling for College Credit
04/24/2020Using CLEP in Your Homeschool
04/22/2020Ohio HS4CC
04/08/2020North Carolina HS4CC
04/08/2020Featured Guest Cabarrus Magazine Interview
04/04/2020Associate Degrees in High School Pros and Cons
04/04/2020St. Ann Catholic Homeschool, Online Event
03/29/2020Homeschool Connect Expo, Online Convention
03/28/2020Homeschool Connect Expo, Online Convention
03/27/2020Homeschool Connect Expo, Online Convention
03/26/2020Homeschool Connect Expo, Online Convention
2019
12/03/2019North County Library, Huntersville, NC
11/18/2019Mint Hill Library, Mint Hill, NC
08/17/2019Carolina Homeschool Conference, Apex, NC
08/08/2019HSB Bookstore, Wyoming, MI
06/29/2019Capital City HS Summit, Bismarck, ND
07/11/2019Featured Guest Cabarrus Magazine Interview
05/25/2019Forever Family, Knoxville, TN
03/15/2019Cornelius Library, Cornelius, NC
03/08/2019South County Regional Library, Charlotte, NC
03/01/2019Steele Creek Library, Charlotte, NC
2018
12/05/2018Featured Guest The Scholarship System Webinar
11/07/2018Mt. Island Library, Mt. Island, NC
10/17/2018ImaginOn Joe Martin Center, Charlotte, NC
05/22/2018St. Anne’s Catholic Homeschool, Clayton, NC
05/09/2018Steele Creek Library, Charlotte, NC
05/08/2018Scaleybark Library, Charlotte, NC
04/11/2018Morrison Regional Library, Charlotte, NC
04/10/2018South County Regional Library, Charlotte, NC
02/22/2018Raising Arrows Homeschool, Concord, NC
02/07/2018Hopes and Hills Homeschool, Bass, NC
2017
11/09/2017Steele Creek Library, Charlotte, NC
11/02/2017Scaleybark Library, Charlotte, NC
10/26/2017Elm Covenant Church, Moline, IL
10/02/2017Mt. Island Library, Mt. Island, NC
09/14/2017Huntersville Library, Huntersville, NC
02/15/2017Central Church Homeschool, Charlotte, NC
2016
10/09/2016Imagine On, Charlotte, NC
04/23/2016Atlanta Homeschool Group, Atlanta, GA
04/19/2016New Hope Worship Center, Concord, NC
03/24/2016Central Church of God, Charlotte, NC
02/23/2016Steele Creek Library, Charlotte, NC
02/18/2016North County Library, Huntersville, NC
02/13/2016Mint Hill Library, Matthews, NC
02/06/2016Matthews Library, Matthews, NC
2015
10/10/2015Learning in Faith Together, Fayetteville, NC
04/24/2015Hillcrest Enrichment, Kernersville, NC
04/21/2015Learning In Faith Together, Fayetteville, NC
04/17/ 2015Mill Creek Baptist Church, Monroe, NC
03/20/ 2015NC Homeschool Adventures, Sanford, NC
03/14/2015Lake Wylie Area Homeschool, Lake Wylie, SC
02/20/ 2015Central HS Support Group, Charlotte, NC
01/26/2015Cabarrus County Homeschool, Concord, NC
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