Preparing Homeschoolers for Standardized Testing

For most homeschool and public school students, preparing for standardized testing is said to be the most stressful time, but it doesn’t have to be. As long as you plan ahead and properly prepare your child, taking standardized testing as the SAT or ACT will be like a...

What is a Homeschool Co-op?

A homeschool co-op is a group of families who meet and work together to achieve common goals. Homeschool co-ops are usually organized around social time, extracurricular activities, and other non-academic class requirements that students need to graduate like art,...

The Benefits of Homeschooling Vs Public Schooling

Are you a parent that’s thinking about enrolling your child into a homeschool program? Are you having concerns if homeschooling your child is the right thing to do compared to public school and their programs? You may have heard from other parents that homeschooling...

What It Means To Be An Accredited Online Homeschool

An accredited online homeschool means the school has met the standards and requirements as defined by that school’s accrediting organization. The school’s accrediting organization monitors the school on a regular basis to assure it meets the needs and provides a...

Homeschool Socialization

Homeschooled students having terrible social skills is the most prevalent myth about homeschooling and is the most incorrect. Based on the curriculum, homeschooling allows students to interact with family, neighbors, and other members of the community while the public...

The Homeschooler’s Guide To College

There’s a misconception that homeschooled students have a lot of trouble getting into college. While this was true about 20 years ago, colleges are making the process of admissions just as simple and fair as it is for non-homeschooled students. Many colleges are...