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Training Champions

Spiritual discipleship in higher education. The heart of homeschooling is all about discipleship and this continues on into college. As a parent, you want to ask if the college is a teammate or an opponent to what you have been doing to disciple your child. Listen Now

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Maximize Your Time: The Fast Track to a College Degree

Higher education takes investment, both of time and finances. There are ways to expedite your education, however, if both parent and student are aware of the opportunities available. Starting as early as 9th grade curriculum to dual enrollment and CLEP testing, this session will discuss how to help your student get started down his degree path with focus to finish.

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Tax Benefits for College

Speaker Joseph Smith shares wonderful tips for parents to know how they can get tax benefits through sending their children to college. Hear different tax credits that parents can claim when their children head to college. Listen Now

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Is Higher Education Bringing Us Down? Strategies for Launching Life

Are there other options other than jumping into a higher education and spending more time and money? There is a way called, The Gap Year. This session will give you insight on other options of higher education including gap year, online degrees, and etc. Listen Now

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How to Create a Winning Transcript

How do you create a great transcript for your high schooler? This session will give you insight of how best to create and word and transcript so that you can set your child up for success in acceptance to college. Listen Now

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Best Ways You Can Prepare Your Student for College and Career

Join Linda Lacour Hobar (author of The Mystery of History) to discover what happens when Bible history and world history meet face to face. Through stories, activities, and much more, watch His-story unfold on one seamless timeline.

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Tax Credits and Deductions for College

While most homeschoolers either use or know of Saxon Math, few know the incredible story behind the man, John Saxon. Join us as we re-discover the amazing journey of how a math failure – turned mathematics warrior went on to develop a curriculum despised by liberal educrats and endorsed by President Ronald Reagan! Learn more about the man, his methods, and why they matter in your child’s math education.

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Should My Student Go to College

Homeschool coordinator for Liberty University, Phylicia Masonheimer, shares tools for knowing if your teen should pursue college. Hear about different college options- dual enrollment, community college, online college, and much more! Listen Now

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Keeping Your Child From Backsliding

None of us want our children to stay nestled in our homeschool cocoon, only to leave for University and backslide. You can help your child learn that the Bible is supernatural by teaching them about Jesus from the Old Testament. That is not a typo: the OLD Testament. They will be persuaded that the Bible is indeed the Word of God.

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Bachelor’s Degree by Age 18

How did our Founding Fathers graduate from college at 15, 16, and 17 years old? This practical session gives an inspiring overview to what’s happened to education and how today’s students can maximize their high school study by incorporating a rapid version of dual credit into their daily schedule using the curriculum they already own. Topics covered include: how to earn dual credit, how to record dual credit on a high school transcript, a suggested daily schedule and lots more. A shortcut to life or graduate studies, this concept saves thousands of dollars and years of time. Learn how to graduate from college by the same time your peers are graduating high school. We’re 
serious!

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The 5 Best Ways You Can Prepare Your Child for College and Career

The 5 Best Ways You Can Prepare Your Child for College and Career

In this session, homeschool graduate and college representative Phylicia Masonheimer will share the five pivotal lessons her parents taught in homeschool that enabled her to set realistic goals, build a reputation for integrity, and succeed in college and career. This session approaches ‘success’ from an individual and holistic standpoint, discussing five ways parents can prepare their homeschool students spiritually, academically, and intellectually for the challenges of college and career. The session is taught from the perspective of a homeschool graduate who has counseled multiple homeschooled students as they pursued their respective callings, and will include practical ideas for parents to consider as they train their children to become ‘champions for Christ’.

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The Power of Mentorship: Secrets to a Truly Higher Education

This session is a “must hear” if you have students ages 15 and up. Everyone recognizes that there are problems with traditional higher education, yet for all the press, commentary, and money spent to fix the problem, far too few people recognize the amazing benefits of one-on-one mentor-driven education. Even as homeschoolers, we often fail to realize that the need for biblical discipleship in education also applies to the college years. Prepare to have your eyes opened as Daniel spells out the why, who, and how of mentorship, and shares the keys to a truly higher education for your children.

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Aiming Arrows into Adulthood

I Corinthians 13:11 says, “When I was a child, I spoke as a child; I understood as a child; I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” As homeschooling parents, how can we prepare our children for adulthood? And how can we prepare our hearts (through prayer and effective communication) to release our kids, into a new season? There’s life after graduation– with college, careers, romance, weddings, and next-generation purpose. Let’s aim and launch our arrows to hit God’s mark!

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College Crash Course

Rumors About. Some purport that colleges love homeschoolers; others warn that you need to accredit. The truth is that there is a lot of misinformation in the homeschool community. Indeed, going from homeschool to college does involve jumping through some hoops. Jeannie Fulbright is here to share what some of those hoops are. Jeannie homeschooled her oldest child from start to finish, helping her garner early acceptance to the University of Georgia on scholarship, where she is now on the Dean’s List. As Jeannie navigated the open seas of college admissions, she learned what colleges want and how to make a homeschooler an appealing college applicant. From transcripts to portfolios to the application process and everything in between, the earlier you have this information, the easier it will be to sail through the hoops that’ll get your child into the college of their choice.

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Maximize Your Time: The Fast Track to a College Degree

Higher education takes investment, both of time and finances. There are ways to expedite your education, however, if both parent and student are aware of the opportunities available. Starting as early as 9th grade curriculum to dual enrollment and CLEP testing, this session will discuss how to help your student get started down his degree path with focus to finish.

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