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REMAINING STEADFAST THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
Author of Parenting Beyond the Rules
It’s often hard to stay the course during the high school years. Everything is changing: the rules, the requirements, and the relationship. Your teen is changing. The rules aren’t working like they once did. So why is staying the course through the teen years the most critical and crucial years of your homeschooling journey? Kids need you to be the steady force in their life. When you understand how to navigate the teen years, they can be the most rewarding years of your parenting journey.
HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPTS: PRACTICAL HELPS & TIPS
HSLDA High School Educational Consultant
Creating a high school transcript is a vital part of your teen’s high school records—but it doesn’t have to be hard! In this recorded seminar, Carol Becker, HSLDA High School Educational Consultant, offers practical steps to develop clear, understandable transcripts that well-represent a homeschooled teen’s academic record. The session will guide you through transcript essentials, evaluation of credit, grading guidelines and scales, and calculation of grade point averages (GPAs). In addition, you’ll receive sample transcripts showing other formats for you to consider.
SUPER SCHOLARSHIPS FOR HUMBLE HOMESCHOOLERS
Grab your teen and join Lee as she shares the secrets used to get full-tuition scholarships. You can afford college and earn BIG merit-based scholarships you thought were reserved for the uber-intelligent or Olympic-level athletes. You will learn about the three kinds of college scholarships, and which one earns the biggest rewards. You’ll learn five ways to improve chances of merit scholarships. You will learn which college admission test is best, the SAT or ACT, and why. Lee will show you how to make sure your child will stand out above the crowd, regardless of their gifts or challenges. You’ll learn secrets to creating homeschool records that will reduce college costs.
A HOMESCHOOLER'S GUIDE TO ACT & SAT PREP
Imagine if your student didn’t wait until high school to start thinking about the ACT or SAT. The rewards could be great. In this session, Dee walks through ways to prepare your students—starting younger than you might think—so they can finish strong! You’ll also learn the differences between the ACT and SAT, discover the financial benefits of taking these tests, and understand when students should start.
SAVING FOR COLLEGE WITH A 529 ACCOUNT
Financial advisor and homeschool dad Josh Rushing, in an interview with Nancy Manos, AFHE Executive Director, shares information about a 529 account and how families can save their own money in a growth fund tax free to pay for their children’s college education. Josh explains how it works, the benefits to families, how grandparents and others can contribute, and what happens if you don’t end up needing the money for your children’s college education. Incredibly informative and encouraging, not a sales pitch! If you are looking for a financial advisor to help you navigate saving for college, retirement, and more, Josh is able to help families across the country.
James P. Stobaugh
For Such a Time As This
THE AP OPTION IN THE COLLEGE ADMISSION PROCESS
Dr. James P. Stobaugh
For Such a Time As This
Especially helpful for students with goals to attend an elite college, Dr. Stobaugh, who recruits for Ivy League schools, shares practical tips and information about the benefits of taking AP courses during high school to help with the college admissions process. He says, “AP online courses rock! Stay at home and begin college as a junior.”
Georgia Home Education Association (GHEA) is the statewide, member supported, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has been serving the needs and protecting the rights of homeschoolers since 1992.