So many people think that homeschoolers don’t worry about things like graduations, or continuing their education via trade schools or colleges/universities.
While that may be true for some, that certainly isn’t true for most. Many colleges and universities are becoming more and more homeschool friendly, and more and more homeschoolers are excelling at college. Here are some resources that can help you and your high school homeschooler prepare for “life after graduation:”
~ Dual Enrollment – There’s no better way to prepare for college, than to earn high school credits AND college credits at the same time.
~ High School Requirements for Educational Goals – Whether your high schoolers are considering community college, or have hopes of attending an Ivy League school (or they fall somewhere in between those), you want to know what the high school requirements are for where they want to go.
~ Homeschool-friendly Colleges – I firmly believe that homeschoolers have a shot at attending ANY school they apply to, but there’s nothing wrong with setting your sights on a school that happily accepts homeschoolers, without any additional hoops to jump through.
~ College Alternatives – If a major college isn’t something your homeschool high schooler has their eyes on, that’s okay! Here are some excellent ideas/resources for those who have a different post-graduation plan.