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Are you concerned about your homeschool student’s post-high school education? Do homeschool students really need a college education? Many colleges actively recruit homeschool graduates today.

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Are you concerned about your homeschool student’s post-high school education? Is it difficult for homeschool students to be accepted into college? Do homeschool students really need a college education? What are your student’s options?

Discover and explore higher-education options with the WeE-book™. . .

Transcripts, CLEPs, and Other Ways to Get into College By Claire Novak

Many colleges actively recruit homeschool graduates today. That was not always the case, especially when the homeschool movement was relatively young.
College admissions directors are: “ . . . trying to put together a diverse student body. If anything, a homeschooling background gives students additional visibility and causes college officers to take a second look at their application.” ~Claire Novak
What about careers that do not require a college degree but work off the “licensing,” “certification” or “experience” method of education? Find out more about these career options in the pages of this WeE-book™.
Enhance your knowledge of college and career options when you explore the pages of this WeE-book™ . . .

  • Alternatives to College: Do all career choices require a four-year degree?
  • Dabbling in College Courses: Is it wise to go to college to find out what you want to do in life? Should you wait and and pursue a direct course of study once you know your career goals?
  • What Colleges are Looking For in Applicants: What do colleges like Yale University, Bob Jones University, and community colleges look for in student applications?
  • CLEP as a Homeschool-friendly Testing Option: What is CLEP? How can a home educated high school student benefit from this accelerated learning approach?
  • High School Transcripts: How do you prepare a high school transcript? What information should be included?

Discover the options available for homeschool graduates!

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