Shortcuts to Scholarship Success
The HomeScholar knows the shortcuts to the success of scholarships, and shares them with parents everywhere in their new eBook.
Online, October 25, 2013 (Newswire.com) - The average cost of a college education today runs into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, so most parents know they will need help if their child wants a college degree. Scholarships are a great way to bridge the financial gap, but finding them takes a lot of time and work, unless you know the shortcuts to success. Homeschool author Lee Binz knows those shortcuts, and shares them with parents everywhere in her new ebook, College Scholarships for High School Credit: Learn and Earn With This Two-for-One Strategy (available on Amazon for $2.99).
Part of Binz's Coffee Break Books series, written especially for parents who want detailed homeschool information in a short book, "College Scholarships for High School Credit" demonstrates how to find, filter, format, and follow through with college scholarship applications (and earn high school credit during the process). Although parents can do a lot of the legwork in scholarship applications, it's the student who must ultimately write the paper or produce the product, and Lee shares strategies for encouraging that completion. "This book is building my confidence about organizing our (scholarship) search… this will be an invaluable tool for all homeschoolers," wrote homeschool mother Chris B. "I get more relaxed about homeschooling my high school son each time I read one of Lee's books. This one was filled with great information as usual," said M.Komiso.
Lee Binz is The HomeScholar. Her mission is "helping parents homeschool high school." Her help with transcripts and course descriptions prepares homeschoolers for success in college admission and scholarships. She offers free individual consultations, and her online Gold Care Club is the world's most convenient high school support group. Her dynamic presentations leave parents feeling confident and capable. She can be found online at The HomeScholar.