Holiday Homeschooling


I would like to thank Lee Binz, the HomeScholar, for her blog information that I have used, in part, to put this little post together. January and February are traditionally difficult months for teachers everywhere; it’s dark outside, it’s the middle of the school year and often hard to keep up with the level of … More Holiday Homeschooling

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AP Classes VS. Dual Enrollment — Which is Preferred?


I’ve been recently talking with many parents concerning home schooling high school (without government intrusion) and the question has repeatedly come up about which course is better: AP classes or dual enrollment?  Some parents think that AP classes are better. Others think that dual enrollment is better. Is there a right or wrong answer to … More AP Classes VS. Dual Enrollment — Which is Preferred?

Knowledge is Power: Debunking 6 Myths of Independently Home Schooling Through High School – Part 2


If you haven’t read Part 1, you can do so by clicking here to read the previous 3 myths. Part 2 of 2 MYTH #4 “Independently homeschooled students don’t have official transcripts.” Do you know the difference between an official transcript and an unofficial transcript? A notary. That’s it. Notarized transcripts are official. The absence of … More Knowledge is Power: Debunking 6 Myths of Independently Home Schooling Through High School – Part 2