Everything You Need to Prepare Your Homeschooler for College Success The transition from homeschooling children to preparing them for success in college deserves both planning and preparation. As the parent of a homeschooler, you have many issues to consider besides academic excellence: fulfilling other people's expectations and standards, tackling standardized tests and application essays, and introducing your homeschooler to the atmosphere of a college campus. Now you can direct your child confidently and effectively. This important addition to Prima's acclaimed homeschooling series is filled with tips and insider advice from homeschooling families whose children now attend the schools of their choice. Inside are the answers to your questions, including how to: AmDecide what type of college is right for your homeschooler AmDevelop the proper college-preparatory curriculum for your child AmLearn what colleges expect from homeschooled applicants AmPrepare your homeschooler for the admissions process qCafi Cohen is THE source for the high school homeschooler looking to apply to his or her favorite college.q aManfred Smith, president and founder, Maryland Home Education Association qDon't start homeschooling your college-bound teenager without this book. Cafi Cohen is your homeschooler's personal guidance counselor.q aMaureen McCaffery, editor in chief, Homeschooling Today qA must-read for homeschool parents exploring higher-education options for their children. This book will equip, encourage, and empower parents and their students.q aTom Ertz, director, Marion (Iowa) Home School Assistance Program qAn outstanding resource for homeschooling teens and their parents. With its invaluable resource listings and handy checklists, this book will allay many of the concerns of college-bound homeschoolers.q aJeanne Biggerstaff, homeschooling parent and president, Oregon Home Education Network qIf you are homeschooling a child and wonder about college, then read this book!q aBilly and Nancy Greer, Fun Books From the Trade Paperback edition.These are some of the criteria that homeschool families use to issue their own diplomas: completing local high school diploma requirements (usually 20 to 25 credits) meeting college preparation recommendations admission to college average standardized test (SAT I or ACT) scores ... andain a few statesaspecial state diploma tests, like the California High School Proficiency Examination ( CHSPE).
|Title||:||Homeschoolers' College Admissions Handbook|
|Publisher||:||Three Rivers Press - 2011-02-16|