Highly Selective College Admissions for Homeschoolers

Is your homeschooler hoping to be admitted to a top-ranked school such as Yale, Columbia, Harvard, MIT, or Stanford? While there are homeschoolers and unschoolers who are successful in admissions to top colleges, including Ivy League colleges...

10 Ways College Admissions Have Changed

As your teens enter the college admissions process are you wondering what to expect? College admissions have changed dramatically in the last 25 years. It is important to understand our kids are playing on a different playing field with a new set of...

PreMed Major? What Your Homeschooler Should Expect

PreMed is a popular plan of study for students entering college. Medical careers are considered “recession proof” so that’s part of the appeal. Students are also drawn to the opportunity to be well compensated in a career where they can help people...

Volunteering for Homeschoolers – Benefits

The primary motivation for volunteering among teen homeschoolers should be making a contribution to their community.  Teen volunteers can be a helpful source of labor and energy for community organizations. While it should be that the primary...

Colleges for Unschoolers

College decisions are very personal. Teens, including unschoolers, need to balance a wide variety of concerns to find a school that is their best fit academically, socially, philosophically, geographically, and financially. There is no one-size-fits...

Homeschool Success Services

Homeschool Success supports you as you homeschool through high school. We will help you navigate the college admissions process with as little stress and as much joy as possible.  Through email, phone, and videoconferencing we serve families in...

College Admissions Etiquette

While the college admissions process may be overly complicated and frustrating at times, it can also provide an excellent opportunity for teens to develop social skills that will serve them in college and the workplace...

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