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Career Planning Tips for College Students

With an economic recession looming and rising college costs, students realize it makes sense to begin career planning early in their college education. Waiting until senior year to explore careers leaves little time and...

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...

Tests Every Homeschooler Should Know

One concern for many families homeschooling high school is keeping track of the necessary testing required for college admissions. You may have heard of a long list of college tests: SAT, ACT, PSAT, AP, and CLEP...

Tips for Pre-Law Majors

Is your homeschooler hoping to become a lawyer? If so, here are a few things you may wish to consider as you plan high school and look toward pre-law and law school. Skills More Crucial Than Major Law school doesn’t...

AP Exam Self-Study

AP exams offer the chance to demonstrate subject mastery and the possibility of earning college credit. While the majority of Advanced Placement testers take formal classes either in a brick and mortar or online school...

Homeschool AP Science Options

Is your homeschooler a strong science student? If so, AP sciences may be a a good option to consider. Science APs are considered among the harder of the Advanced Placement tests which means they are also among the APs...