Category Archives for College Preparation

How To Skip Middle School NBTS 2015

This workshop will be taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit – REGISTER HERE for FREE live access!Why do children get “bored” in middle school or high school? In this eye-opening presentation, learn why we have middle school and how as homeschoolers you are positioned to give your children a huge advantage in their […]

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Owning Your High School Transcript for Teens

Owning Your High School Transcript and Your Education Presentation by Dianne Kelley If you are entering middle school this year or higher (6th grade or higher), this workshop will have important college preparation information you will not want to miss!!  Does preparing for college absolutely terrify you? Are you wondering how you are going to […]

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High school planning starts early for success

We get dozens of emails every week asking the same question:  When is the best time to start planning for high school?   If I only had 20 seconds to tell you the most important thing about homeschooling through high school, it would be to tell you to plan early!  As a matter of fact, […]

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Leadership Education for Teens

Leadership Education for Teens  Presentation by Ian Cox Ian will share his experiences and his unique perspective as one who has implemented the popular leadership model of education in his life – TJEd, or Thomas Jefferson Education.  If you are a teen who wants to take control of your education but are not sure how […]

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Homeschooling Through High School and Beyond Course

Many parents struggle with the thought of homeschooling through high school, especially the part about preparing their child for college and the “real world”. Bookmark

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Putting Function Back Into Executive Function

Putting the “Function” Back into Executive Functioning: Organizing and Time Management Strategies for Student Success!  Presentation by Leslie Josel In this workshop, Leslie will dive deep into why students are disorganized and time challenged. She will demystify Executive Functions; explain what they are, how they affect our students and provide practical strategies and solutions. Read […]

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Time Management for Teens

It’s 10:00PM: Have You Done Your Schoolwork Yet?  Presentation by Leslie Josel A major struggle for students these days is time management. You are bombarded with so many choices for how to spend your time: studies, family, friends, activities, jobs, etc. It’s sometimes hard for you to decide where and how to focus your attention. […]

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Skills for a Rockin Education

Presentation by Audrey Rindlisbacher  Years ago, when Audrey set out to get a liberal arts education, she asked what study skills she’d need to be successful. When no one had the answer, she determined to figure them out for herself. What she found were insights that helped her understand how to read and write in […]

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Free college for homeschoolers

Free College at Your Fingertips –  Are you ready to make $500 an hour? Although it sounds too good to be true, it is possible to earn this much in scholarships for college. But what is the one key that determines where you go to college, and who pays for it? Bookmark

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Is Middle School a Waste of Time?

[osd_social_media_sharing] Three years.  That's how long middle school is.  By the time a child reaches middle school, they typically have a pretty firm foundation in grammar and vocabulary, sentence structure, and the basics of writing an essay.  Especially with today's "new" teaching methods. Bookmark

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