College Application Help - Final Step In Your Homeschooling Adventure
Join The HomeScholar's online training webinars and gain some helpful information that will leave you feeling prepared and excited for the final step in your homeschooling adventure.
January 10, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Applying for college may feel like an overwhelming task. It doesn't have to be if you know what is required and what to do each step of the way! In The HomeScholar's "Real Fast College Applications" online training, you will learn about attending college fairs, researching colleges, visiting colleges, providing records for the application process, and writing winning college application essays. Join Lee Binz and gain some helpful information that will leave you feeling prepared and excited for the final step in your homeschooling adventure.
Real Fast College Applications is part of The HomeScholar's Parent Training A la Carte series. It is an exclusive offering of online training webinars covering all the difficult topics you'll encounter homeschooling middle school and high school. Each presentation includes an online video presentation, downloadable audio, handouts, transcription, additional reading, and resources. And the best part is each presentation is just $15! Learn essential information that will enable you to get the most out of your homeschool, feel completely confident in your ability to homeschool your child through graduation, and successfully launch them into college and life!
Lee Binz is The HomeScholar. Her mission is "helping parents homeschool high school." Her help with transcripts and course descriptions prepares homeschoolers for successful college admission and scholarships. Lee is a firm believer that homeschooling provides the best possible learning environment, and that parents are capable of providing a superior education for their children. Her dynamic presentations leave parents feeling confident and capable. She can be found online at www.TheHomeScholar.com.
Contact: Elizabeth Binz
Categories: Home Schooling