Do you have a student approaching or already IN high school at your house?
In our class, you will...
- Learn how to raise the bar and get more from your homeschooled teen - Help your teenager fight the tide of low expectations and reach for greater heights and opportunities for his present and future.
- Sit at the feet of nationally recognized speakers and authors - such as Kim Kautzer of WriteShop, Janice Campbell of Everyday Education, JoJo Tabares of Art of Eloquence and Lorrie Flem of Teach Magazine. Be taught and inspired by their personal and professional expertise!
- Help your teen plan a 4 year course of study - that meets your state's (or country's) requirements, that she will thoroughly enjoy and take ownership of, and will prepare her for college if she so desires.
- Learn how to outsource difficult subjects - Let's face it... there will be subjects that you would simply rather not teach. Find out how to outsource these and keep your student on the right track!
- Find out how to impart good study habits to your teen - He will get more accomplished in less time when he implements these study skills into his daily school routine.
- Make the most of every opportunity - Designing courses around your teen's interests and skills/knowledge that she needs to acquire. High school courses are abundant using your creativity!
- Find out how to apply to colleges and for financial aid - Learn the ins and outs of filling out these applications to best present your student and his/her circumstances.
- Learn how to record and maintain a transcript - Record-keeping may not be your cup of tea, but this is not as difficult as it sounds. Keep your peace of mind by keeping his transcript current!
- Help your teen to prepare for achievement tests (SAT/ACT) - You can provide your student with the confidence and information necessary to take these tests to the best of his ability.
- Understand what constitutes a course for high school credit - If we're going to teach high school, we might as well do it right. Find out what is required to receive a half or full high school credit.