Accelerating College Credit
Michelle Newbold Do you struggle with motivating your high schooler and helping them not get behind with the plan you’ve created? You’ll learn 7 ways to keep them accountable and on track academically.
Stephen Buettell Cedarville University’s College Now staff give an overview of the benefits of dual enrollment, how to determine if your student is ready for college courses, and what makes our College Now program unique.
Homeschool graduate Samantha Shank went into college with only 12 credits, and ultimately finished college in two and a half years, debt-free. Here are her tips on getting scholarships, acing interviews, testing out of classes, saving money in school, and having college success. Whether your high schooler wants to graduate a semester early, play a […]
Carrie Henning Join us to learn why it is so important to get a jump start on your college career by earning college credits while in high school You will learn how dual enrollment can save you valuable time and money and truly pay off in the future.
Rachael Carman and Leslie Nunnery
Hal and Melanie Young At eleven, one of our boys was just learning to read and at fourteen he still struggled to spell three letter words. Little did we know that he’d be reading ancient philosophers for fun at seventeen and that he’d go to college on a full academic scholarship! In this workshop, we’ll […]
Everyone wants their kids to be gifted, but actually parenting and teaching gifted kids can be a real challenge! Learn about some of the myths of giftedness and how to really meet their needs, how to keep them challenged without putting them in situations they can’t handle, and how to help them navigate social situations, […]
The transition to adulthood can be wonderful or it can be fraught with conflict and tension. How can you prepare your teens to step into adulthood with confidence, competence, and joy instead of anger, rebellion, and resentment? How should you relate to a nineteen-year-old who is still living at home or is home from college […]
Michelle Newbold Are you in the middle of a struggle with your teen? We will cover ten tips to help you persevere during this struggle and help your teen through it, no matter what they are facing.
Rory Groves For thousands of years before college was an option, people trained for work through the apprenticeship model. Rather than going tens (or hundreds) of thousands of dollars in debt, young people were paid to learn and prepared for life by godly mentors. This talk explores alternatives to the college-debt route, including apprenticeship, mentorship, […]
Matt Dearden Matt Dearden serves as Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Director of Admissions at Cedarville University and has demonstrated expertise in higher education. He previously served as a business and corporate attorney in Dayton and Cincinnati, Ohio. He earned a B.A. in history from Cedarville University and a J.D. from University of […]
Rory Groves There is more to work than just a paycheck. For too long, work has driven a wedge between families, dividing husband from wife, father from son, mother from daughter, and family from home. Building something that will last requires a radically different approach than is common or encouraged today. This talk will explore […]
Peggy Ployharr Any parent knows a student’s learning goes beyond basics academics. But parents of special needs students are even more aware of this truth. Successful post-homeschool transitioning of a special needs student requires planning. In this talk, Peggy Ployhar, the CEO of SPED Homeschool, takes parents of special needs homeschooling students through a plan […]