Homeschool To College- Will You And Your Child Be Prepared?

When should you start preparing your children for the transition from homeschool to college? What classes should they take? How do they apply for scholarships? How will they adapt when they make the leap from homeschooled high-schooler to college student?

With answers to these and many other questions, Liberty University is taking the lead in providing homeschool families with helpful and pertinent information to help them prepare their children for success in college and beyond.

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As a mom of a rising sophomore, I am very excited about this season at Teach Them Diligently. We are working with our friends at Liberty University to bring you a lot of information (and fun ways to deliver it!) about how to ensure your children will make a smooth transition from homeschool to college should that be the path that God has laid out for them. (Honestly, though, whether you have a teenager in your home yet or not, it is never to early to start learning what you will need to know when you do!)

Last night, we kicked-off a series of events, articles, ebooks and more that will help you prepare your children for whatever God has in store for their education in the days ahead. We will be discussing issues pertinent to high-schooled homeschoolers, how they can best plan and prepare for college, and have a lot of fun as we learn together along the way.

Would you like to get a sneak peek of what you can expect to learn along the way? Click here to download some of the questions and answers from our Facebook chat last night.

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Liberty University is offering Teach Them Diligently teens the opportunity to enter to win a $16,500 scholarship!! There is still time to win the final one of these for this year, so click here to register now!!

 

 

Click here to get links to even more articles about preparing your child for homeschool to college.

 

If you have questions you would like to make sure we cover in this series, please leave them in the comments below, or send me an email.

 

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