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College Prep 101: How to Use Your Time So You Can Have a Life in College

Speaker: Mark Pruitt Time Management is THE BIGGEST challenge for every student. Learn ways to get more done in less time so you can have a blast in college. Listen Now

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A 4-Step Guide for Homeschooling High School

Speaker: Matthew Bullington Want to know what your teen should be focusing on to prepare for college and a career? In this session we will break high-school down into four crucial phases that build on each other, and give you the tools to determine what should be the priority for this next year, how to […]

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Out of the Box “Teenschooling”

Speaker: Rebecca Spooner Have some anxiety about high school? You aren’t alone! In this session, Rebecca talks about the teen years: how to keep your kids interested and break the narrative that finding something accredited or rigorous is the only way! You have a whole lot more options than you think you do. Yes, you […]

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Remain Steadfast During High School

Speaker: Connie Albers Your teen is changing, and they need you to stay the course through the most critical years of your homeschooling journey? While they struggle to figure out life, your steadiness helps them navigate the adulting process with less stress and great confidence. When you understand how to navigate the high school years, […]

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Preparing Your Students for College (It’s easier than you might think.)

Speaker: Pat Wesolowski How can a parent be sure their students are prepared for life after high school? When do you begin preparing and what all do you need to do in order to be sure your students are prepared for college? With intention and well-planning, it is not difficult to homeschool your high school […]

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Dual Enrollment: When, Where, Why and How?

Speaker: Stephen Buettell There’s a national trend for students to take college classes while still in high school at increasingly younger ages. This presentation will provide an overview of how parents can know if their child is “college-ready” and what students should consider before enrolling in a dual credit course. Listen Now

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Helping Your Teen Find a Career Path

Speaker: Matthew Bullington What do you do if your teen has no idea what major/career they want to pursue? Or maybe they have an idea, but you’re not sure they really understand what’s involved (or the likelihood of getting a job)? In this session we’ll give you a 3-step framework to help your teen explore […]

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A 4-Step Guide for Homeschooling High School

Speaker: Matthew Bullington Want to know what your teen should be focusing on to prepare for college and a career? In this session we will break high-school down into four crucial phases that build on each other, and give you the tools to determine what should be the priority for this next year, how to […]

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Round Rock, TX Audio Collection

Dual Enrollment: When, Where, Why and How?

Speaker: Stephen Buettell There’s a national trend for students to take college classes while still in high school at increasingly younger ages. This presentation will provide an overview of how parents can know if their child is “college-ready” and what students should consider before enrolling in a dual credit course. Listen Now

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Dual Enrollment: When, Where, Why and How?

Speaker: Shellie Doub There’s a national trend for students to take college classes while still in high school at increasingly younger ages. This presentation will provide an overview of how parents can know if their child is “college ready” and what students should consider before enrolling in a dual credit course. Listen Now

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Choosing a Major/College/Career: It’s Better to Get It Right Than Fast

Speaker: Jeff Reep In light of the fact that 66% of college students change their majors more than once and on the day of graduation 40% of college graduates wish they had a different major, it’s important to start early and take this decision seriously. Individuals often make decisions without much thought and with limited […]

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