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- And What About College? : How Homeschooling Can Lead to Admissions to the Best Colleges & Universities
And What About College? How homeschooling leads to admissions to the best colleges and universities, Cafi Cohen.The newest edition, completely revised, updated and expanded for 2000-2001. 48 new pages added - same price as before!
- Christian Home Educators' Curriculum Manual Junior/Senior High
by Cathy Duffy
The fifth edition of the Junior/Senior High volume of Christian Home Educators' Curriculum Manual is bigger and better than ever. Over 500 pages packed with reviews and recommendations show home educators how to teach their teens at home for grades 7-12. Reading through the Curriculum Manual is like having your own personal curriculum counseling session. Cathy Duffy walks parents through the process, hitting each of the major questions to be considered so that parents can work with their teens to create a program personally tailored to suit each learner.
- Guidance Manual for the Christian Home School, The
by David Callihan, Laurie Callihan
Here at last is the Christian home-school family's comprehensive manual to preparing for life after home schooling. The home school equivalent of a traditional school's guidance counselor, the book gives home schooling parents the information they need to successfully mentor their children in grades 7 through 12 toward adulthood.
- High School Handbook : For Junior High, Too, The
- Home School, High School, & Beyond : A Time Management, Career Exploration, Organizational & Study Skills Course
by Beverly L. Adams-Gordon
- Home School, High School, & Beyond : A Time Management, Career Exploration, Organizational & Study Skills Course (w/CD-ROM)
by Beverly L. Adams-Gordon, Angelina J. Cavanaugh (Illustrator)
- Homeschool Curriculum Planner : High School
by Jenifer O'Leary
(binder pages w/o binder)
- Homeschoolers' College Admissions Handbook: Preparing Your 12- to 18-Year-Old for a Smooth Transition
by Cafi Cohen
With more than 1.5 million children being homeschooled nationwide, the number of college applicants coming from a homeschooling environment continues to grow. In Homeschoolers' College Admissions Annual, 2001, you will find the essential information you need to help your child through this transition. From finding the right college, to organizing the correct college introductory work, to helping their child emotionally through this important change, Cafi Cohen offers invaluable information to the homeschooling parent readying his or her child for higher education, including record-keeping and organization of transcripts, details about the admissions process and financial aid, and special requirements colleges request of homeschoolers.
- Homeschooler's Guide to Portfolios and Transcripts, The
by Loretta Heuer
Provides critical advice, examples, and resources for designing the most powerful and persuasive admissions presentations. This guide cuts through the veil of mystery that surrounds the admissions evaluation process to provide frank, practical, advice from public educators, home and alternative school specialists, and admissions professionals on such critical topics as:
When and how to start building a record.
Choosing the best medium to convey high school achievements
What records and documents must be included -- and what's better left out.
- Homeschoolers' Success Stories: 15 Adults and 12 Young People Share the Impact That Homeschooling Has Made on Their Lives
by Linda Dobson
One of the most common questions homeschoolers face is whether or not their children will be able to function in "the real world." Now that the first children of modern homeschooling have reached adulthood, the effectiveness of homeschooling in preparing children to become successful, capable adults can finally be assessed. This book is an in-depth exploration of life after homeschooling through real lives instead of test scores. You will meet a cross-section of confident, well-educated men and women who were homeschooled as children--men and women who have achieved success on a variety of levels. You will see how they have grown up using the skills they first grasped as homeschoolers, combining life and learning in the world of higher education, business, art, religion, and more. In a Class of Their Own is an inspirational "why-to" for homeschoolers and those considering homeschooling.
- Homeschooling High School: Planning Ahead for College Admission, Revised
by Jeanne Gowen Dennis
You can design a solid high school program that both maximizes educational freedom and leads to successful college admission!
Find answers to your questions about grading scales, diplomas, entrance exams, scholarships, application procedures, and much more, all while maintaining your family's ideal balance between autonomy and accountability in your home high school.
- Homeschooling: The Teen Years (Your Complete Guide to Successfully Homeschooling the 13- to 18- Year-Old)
by Cafi Cohen.
With today's growing parental concern about the safety, negative social pressures, and questionable teaching effectiveness in our nation's high schools, many parents are opting to teach their teenagers at home. With Homeschooling: The Teen Years as your guide, you will discover it's not as daunting or difficult a task as you've been led to believe. With real-life stories from dozens of families who have traveled the homeschooling road successfully, this book reveals the adventure and rewards as well as the special challenges of working with this age group. From finding an alternative to the prom to deciding if a diploma is necessary, this book addresses the unique concerns raised by parents of homeschooled teenagers.
- Hothouse Transplants
by Matt Duffy
How do homeschoolers make it in the "real world" once they've graduated? Find out first-hand from 16 young adults who have gone on to college, careers, and marriage. Great for teens and their parents who are considering home schooling or deciding whether to continue through high school. HotHouse Transplants will inspire and encourage teens to desire God's best in their lives.
- Switched on Schoolhouse - College Planner
Little or no budget for college counseling? Help your students prepare for college with the Switched-on Schoolhouse College Planner. This Program is designed as a one-semester course to guide students in college planning, selection and application. Plus, they earn high school credit while doing it!
- Teenage Liberation Handbook : How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education, The
An estimated 700,000 American children are now taught at home. This book tells teens how to take control of their lives and get a "real life." Young people can reclaim their natural ability to teach themselves and design a personalized education program. Grace Llewellyn explains the entire process, from making the decision to quit school, to discovering the learning opportunities available.