College Guidance for Homeschoolers

How to Pass a CLEP Test

By taking College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) tests, you can earn college credit for a fraction of what it costs to take courses. Read on to learn about CLEP test-taking strategies and test-prep resources so you are prepared to ace your tests and save money on your way to a college degree.

How to Help Your Homeschool Child Transition to College

Are you concerned that your homeschool child might have a difficult time transitioning into college? Don't be! This blog post will help make sure your student is as prepared as possible.

Homeschool Guide to College Credit Transfer with

Earning college credit is a high priority for many homeschoolers who want to cut the costs of college and get a head start on completing their degree. Over 200 courses are approved by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS) and may be considered for transfer at more than 1500 universities across the U.S.

The Pros & Cons of Homeschool Dual Enrollment You Should Consider

Dual enrollment can be a great way for your homeschooled high schooler to finish high school and start college - at the same time! If you are considering this option, read on to weigh the pros and cons of dual enrollment.

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College Guidance for Homeschoolers

Homeschool parents take on many roles. They are teachers, coaches and legal experts who need to develop an understanding of the laws regarding homeschool programs in their state. And as students get older, they take on the role of guidance counselor, as they support their children in consideration of training, apprenticeships, college and possible future career paths.

Homeschooling is a great opportunity and a daily challenge. That's where this resource collection can help. This section breaks down everything you need to know to prepare your homeschool student for college. It is geared towards the parents of older students whose children are beginning to consider life after high school. While to parents of freshmen, college may seem a world away, it is important to begin familiarizing yourself with this information early on, as many of the requirements need to be worked on prior to a child's senior year.

In this resource, you will find important information on things like the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and the Dantes Subject Standardized Tests (DSST), both college level preparation and credit granting tests. Learn also how to plan out a path to gaining a bachelor's degree, including guidance on selecting classes and evaluating credits offered. And of course, learn more about's College Accelerator plan, which enables students to earn real college credit, and dual credit, transferable to over 1500 universities around the country. This is an excellent way of getting a headstart on college, drastically reducing costs and the eventual burden of debt that college graduates face.

As you and your child consider what comes after school, whether that is college, work, an apprenticeship or another path, it is important to ensure that their homeschool curriculum covers the information required to give a student the foundations to succeed in their future. A great way to build this platform is to use's online homeschool program. The resources contained in our hundreds of courses and thousands of lessons were created by experts in their field and are designed to help students in grades 3-12 develop the knowledge and skills they need to be successful in the world. Lessons cater to multiple learning styles to meet the needs of different types of learners, and provide automatic assessment and grading to help effectively monitor their child's progress, and what is yet to be learned. also has a free mobile app for learning anytime, anywhere, making it practical for any homeschooling routine. In combination, we believe this unique blend of features makes this best homeschool curriculum there is. But don't take our word for it - see why parents choose

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