Applying to College
16-year-old Larla Dey Maloney describes her process for applying to colleges starting with thinking about her major when she was 13.
Homeschooled with MIT courses at 5, accepted to MIT at 15
After acquiring his entire elementary and secondary education from OpenCourseWare and MITx, Ahaan Rungta joined the MIT Class of 2019 at age 15.
Homeschoolers A Small But Growing Minority
“Homeschooling almost prepares you better for college, and especially a college like Harvard,” Hudson says. “As a homeschooler, a lot of it is kind of up to you in taking very personal ownership of your education.” More Harvard Crimson homeschool stories.
Homeschoolers Are at Home at Harvard
He was just about the only member of the freshman class to appear on “Good Morning, America” this fall, but Reed N. Colfax ’92 kept quiet about it.
Homeschooling Comes of Age
Teaching children at home is no longer just the choice of religious and political iconoclasts. Now, drawn by Brown’s tradition of independence and self-direction, a new generation of homeschoolers is arriving-and thriving-on campus.
She’s Leaving Home
Sigh. My older daughter Aliyah, now 16, just left yesterday on her journey 3,000 miles away to college. I miss her already. She’s at Smith College, in Northampton, Massachusetts. By David Albert.