CLEP – What is it?
by Jennifer Cook DeRosaHigh school can be the most productive years of your child’s academic career! Jennifer Cook-DeRosa walks you through the lesser known aspects of high school planning that create credit earning opportunities at every turn.
Perfectly suited to the homeschool family, this book has everything you need to build a successful high school curriculum that earns college level credit at home. Jennifer shows you how to become an amazing high school guidance counselor for your family, the top 10 must-have high school resources for homeschooling families, game plans for average kids, or highly motivated ones!
Using Jennifer’s “6-layer technique” for curriculum development and studying, she gives you the tools to create a $5000 “homemade scholarship” for each of your children! Even if you’ve never been to college, this book will turn every parent into a well-versed homeschool guidance counselor!
The College-Level Examination Program® or CLEP provides students of any age with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level achievement through a program of exams in undergraduate college courses. There are 2,900 colleges that grant credit and/or advanced standing for CLEP exams.
Benefits of Dual Enrollment
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Dual enrollment the opportunity to challenge high school students with more rigorous college level courses for a dual benefit–they earn both high school and college credit.
Community College Dual Enrollment
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How we have managed to help our high school-aged homeschooling teen take college courses.
High School & Pre-High School Admissions
This is a sample section from my son’s community college website where he had been taking courses since he was 15. Look for a similar section in the website of a college near you. When he attended they allowed him to take sports and non-university transferable courses. They no longer allow this.
Best Selling Homeschool Books Q3 2017
Successful Collaborations between High Schools and Community Colleges
High school aged (and sometimes younger) homeschooling students can take advantage of the “life-long learning” atmosphere of community colleges.
by Janice Campbell
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Help your teen earn college credit in high school. It’s available as an instantly downloadable e-book. It is also available as a print book if you prefer. If you’d like to help your teen get a jump start on life, this is a book you need.
National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships
Organization of college-school programs offering college courses in high schools.
Young Scholars Find Challenges, Acceptance at Harvard Extension School
David Colt, 13, and Amos Lichtman, 11, are among the youngest students ever to attend the Extension School, according to the School’s communications office. Both boys are home-schooled, and the fall semester was their first at Harvard.