Homeschool And College Acceptance What Works And Doesn’t Work In Homeschooling
By: Jessica L. Parnell How Homeschooling Parents Can Assure their Homeschooled Students Gain Acceptance into America’s Well-Known Colleges
Homeschool and College Acceptance What Works and Doesn’t Work in Homeschooling
How Homeschooling Parents Can Assure their Homeschooled Students Gain Acceptance into America’s Well-Known Colleges and Universities
You’ve all heard the mixed reports about college acceptance of homeschooled children. Some say colleges will not accept homeschooled students; others
say they desperately want them. But what is the truth? Can homeschooled students have their choice of colleges and universities or is it a struggle to find
one that will accept them? You will find most colleges and universities “homeschool friendly” if you prepare your homeschool student in advance.
The following report will outline for you several strategies that homeschooling families must use in order to assure that their homeschooled students are
sought out by the best colleges and universities in America. And it’s not just about taking tests and completing applications for college enrollment. It
involves the home school courses you choose, your extra-curricular activities, your community involvement and much more to meet today’s college
Bottom line is, colleges want the best students out there. As screening processes become more and more intense, homeschooled students must learn to
begin the college enrollment preparation process as young as middle school. Don’t wait till high school to prepare for the necessary college requirements.
The courses you select can make or break your admittance into the best colleges and universities.
Let’s face it. A homeschooled student with a transcript full of vocational or general academic courses will not stand a chance against a homeschooled
student with college preparatory classes. Furthermore, a homeschool student who waits until tenth grade to begin college prepara