Homeschooling

Hello. We think we know you. You are a good parent, maybe even a great or fabulous parent. You are looking forward to your son or daughter going to college. Or, more likely, you are getting organized for the full court press of starting to homeschool your child.

It's pretty exciting and more than a little nerve-wracking. You're already dealing with the pressures of raising your children and they are significant, we know. The process of getting ready, getting into and paying for college is a very big project in your already crowded life.

We will spend time in this website explaining how homeschooling works, the available curriculums, how to find them and how to prepare your child for college. The homeschool experience is something your child and you can enjoy.

We know that the path to success to starting the homeschooling process has approximately three parts.

1. You must to be able to organize and prioritize

We will show you what must be organized and how to do it. Then, we will show you how to decide what the high priority items are and how to treat them in a high priority way.

2. You must be able to prepare your child for college

3. You must understand yourself well enough to create a compelling plan of action. You must understand your child well enough to be able to position your skills and strengths as deserving of their support.

Starting a homeschool curriculum program takes more work than writing down a list of extracurricular activities. We will help you learn how to find the "method behind the madness" of homeschooling and present it in a winning way.

Mission Statement of Website:

The goal of this website is to educate parents about homeschooling and the necessary requirements for achieving maximum success with the homeschool curriculum experience.

Last Updated: 08/20/2013

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