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Preparing for College – It’s Easier than You Might Think

Speaker: Pat Wesolowski This workshop will cover testing and transcripts, dual enrollment, college choices, gap year programs and other post-high school options. Pat, who homeschooled her nine children all the way through, is now a Homeschool Specialist at a Christian college and she can help you navigate through the high school years successfully! Listen Now

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Planning for the High School Years

Speaker: Jolanthe Erb Have a middle or high schooler? Plan to make this workshop a priority! Despite what may be years of successful homeschooling, thinking of high school can bring all the fears and doubts of the early years resurging in a homeschool parent’s heart. During this workshop we’ll cover topics such as keeping records, […]

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Are Your Children Ready For Dual Enrollment– How To Know. An Interview with Pat Wesolowski

Pat Wesolowski is a homeschool veteran and a homeschool advisor for Bryan College. She and Leslie discuss dual credits, including ways to know if your child is ready for dual credits, if they are a good idea for them, what dual credits to consider, how to help your children prepare, and so much more. Whether […]

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Preparing for College

Just when parents are getting the hang of homeschooling High School – College hopes and fears begin to loom on the horizon. What, really, do College Profs expect from students? With over 17 years experience teaching Psychology at a local college, Diane Benson provides insight into what professors want from students, how to be better students and ways to make freshman year (or Dual Enrollment) easier.

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Dual Enrollment Classes

Speaker: Jerry Yandell Director of Trip McConnel University. How does it look to participate in dual enrollment and transferring in to college. Jerry addresses lots of questions about what parents and students need to know! Listen Now

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One Size Does NOT Fit All: College and Career Check-up

Your situation is different, so your approach should be as well. As we get close to the end of the school year lots of families have questions about what they should have their child do to prepare for college. We’ll move beyond a simple checklist to actually give you the tools and questions to complete an end-of-the-year checkup.

Many people have it backwards. I’m frequently asked by students and parents, “what do I/does my child need to do to prepare for college?” I turn that question on it’s head and instead ask, what do you need to do to prepare for your career? A career, not college, is the goal, and dictates what direction you should follow now (not some automated checklist). If college is a logical part of that route then we can talk about what to do. Don’t know what career you’re interested? Well, we’ll start there!

We’ll do an overview of the “Big 5” elements of preparing for a career, college and life after graduation. What career are you considering? What route will get

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Career Exploration for High School Students

Too many students graduate from high school with no idea what career they should pursue. Homeschool mother and author, Carol Topp, will offer steps, resources, and her experiences in helping students pursue a career path unique for them.

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Transcripts Credits and Grades

Speaker: Christine Torre Do not be intimidated by all that is needed for your high schooler! You can make your paper work look professional and have a portfolio for your high school student as they apply and launch to college (with maybe even a full scholarship). Listen Now

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College Out of the Box: the Alternative Methods to Earning Your College Degree

Figuring out where to go (and how to pay for) college can be a stressful time. Join me as I show you options that maybe you haven’t thought of before. We’ll discuss alternative ways to earn credits (it’s not just CLEPS & dual credits anymore!), traditional versus nontraditional routes to a degree, compare costs and time required, uncover little known ways to earn scholarships, and much more. If you have a student Junior high- high school age, you need to attend to find out how they can begin earning college credits doing the work they are already doing! My son started at age 12 and got his accredited associates degree by age 15 and his bachelor’s by 17 (and for just a FEW thousand dollars!). College Out of the Box is the new way to get your college degree in less time, for less money, and with NO student debt!

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Preparing for College

Just when parents are getting the hang of homeschooling High School – College hopes and fears begin to loom on the horizon. What, really, do College Profs expect from students? With over 17 years experience teaching Psychology at a local college, Diane Benson provides insight into what professors want from students, how to be better students and ways to make freshman year (or Dual Enrollment) easier.

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Exploring Dual Enrollment and Alternative Credits

What is dual enrollment? How do I prepare my student for college-level learning? How do I know if my student is ready to dual enroll or if it is even the right choice for our family? What subjects lend themselves best to dual enrollment? What courses are important to take from a Christian perspective? How have advancements in technology changed the face of education? Why do 16-18 year olds need a different educational approach from the adult learner? Emphasis will be on helping parents determine what path is best for their student.

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Why Aren’t You Earning College Credit in High School?

To explain and discuss the importance of teaching basic money management and why we should start early! Consequences to young adults when we don’t teach them. Suggestions for saving for college.

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College Success Starts in Ninth Grade

What can you do now that will impact your child’s college success? We will explore four attitudes that characterize successful students and suggest ways you can cultivate those attitudes early.

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5 Most Common Misunderstandings about College: What You Don’t Know Will Cost You

The college landscape has changed significantly over the last five years, and families today have more options than ever when it comes to pursuing a college degree. However, as stewards of God’s greatest gifts to us, our children, how can we make wise choices? With over 50 combined years of higher education experience, we are positioned to help you make the most of your options and avoid common mistakes.

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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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