9 crucial mistakes that homeschool seniors make

By |2019-04-15T13:28:54+00:00April 11th, 2019|Advice, Creating Professional Transcripts for Students, High school transcripts, Preparing for college, Standardized tests, Tips for high school, Transcripts 101|

All of us are familiar with the age-old feeling of “senioritis”—the desire to just be done with school, already! Whether it comes your senior year of high school or college makes no difference. It can still be a debilitating experience. Trouble is, senioritis can lead some homeschool seniors to make a handful of common blunders [...]

The 7 biggest challenges of homeschooling through high school

By |2019-02-04T15:41:38+00:00February 4th, 2019|Advice, Creating Professional Transcripts for Students, High school transcripts, Preparing for college, Standardized tests, Tips for high school, Transcripts 101|

Remember the days when teaching your child took an hour or so a day? The fun of ABCs and 123s, storybooks, and nap time? Most homeschool parents feel pretty confident about their ability to teach their child in the early elementary school years. Then you blink and have a ninth grader on your hands. Your [...]

Seven blog posts you loved in 2017

By |2017-12-20T08:25:27+00:00December 20th, 2017|Advice, High school transcripts, Preparing for college, Standardized tests, Tips for high school|

To help celebrate this holiday season, we’d like to share seven of our most popular blog posts from 2017. We hope you find something useful or inspiring here! 1. Which year is most important on a high school transcript? 2. How to make your own homeschool high school diploma 3. Read this before giving straight [...]

Should homeschoolers take the PSAT?

By |2017-10-04T14:39:42+00:00July 11th, 2017|Advice, Preparing for college, Standardized tests|

Everyone knows that preparing for the SAT or ACT is challenging enough. But when it comes to the younger cousins of these standardized tests—the PSAT/NMSQT and PREACT—your family’s options and opportunities can be even more puzzling. Should your student pre-test—and if so, which one should he or she take? Are both pre-tests necessary? In this [...]