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Parents of teens (and possibly teens)

Parents of teens (and possibly teens)

Homeschooling High School (2014)

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschoolers, causing them to question their competence. Debbie will show how you can accomplish this challenging task. She will cover topics such as what to do before high school starts, what courses your student needs and where to get them, what the law says and how to deal with co-ops and testing. She will touch on what to do along the way to prepare for college.

Homeschool Sports, Are They for You?

This is an introduction to the importance of sports and an overview of what is available in homeschool sports in NC. There will also be some information given about winning scholarships.

Homeschooling "Outside of the Box"

In this workshop, Erik, Rachel and some of their children will share how "homeschooling outside of the box" has benefited their family. With no ocean experience, the Hemingways lived and traveled for over three years on a sailboat. They will share their travel testimony and how God can use "real life experiences" to shape character, teach valuable life lessons and instruct in academics as a bonus!

Finding the Right College Fit and the Most College Resources; a Homeschool Guide for Parents and Students

With 129 colleges and universities in our state and over 2,900 in our country, the job of finding the right college fit for each homeschool student can become complicated quickly. It helps to have a road map from ninth grade to graduation and a set of guidelines that might guarantee a successful fit as well as the resources to make it cost effective. Condon brings with him the network and contacts to research scholarship awards as well as institutional fit factors.

Equipping Your Budding Technology Entrepreneur

"It is good for a man to bear the yoke in his youth." (Lam. 3:27) There was a time when older children and younger teens could find work. Child labor laws and other cultural conditions have made that more difficult—or have they? Technology has opened up the world to the budding entrepreneur. Many young people have learned how to build apps that sell in Apple's App Store, have built and run popular web sites and sell Software as a Service.

Career and College Promise (CCP)—College Opportunities for Homeschoolers

This seminar includes a review of the Career and College Promise (CCP) program giving special attention to admission criteria, costs and transfer of credit to senior institutions. Robert will leave time for questions and answers.

Building Dynamic Essays in Middle and High School

Essay-Writing is a building process that begins with planning, tools, and organization and ends with a final product – a well-written essay.

Gap Year, Yes or No?

A gap year is that wonderful year between high school and college, that allows your student to obtain real life experiences and growth, that cannot be had in the very scheduled world of college.

How to Ace the SAT

Secrets of SAT success that have helped hundreds of students raise their test scores as much as 600 points!

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