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The Homescholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships Books

  • Autor: Lee Binz
  • Editor: Createspace
  • Relaese Date: 24 May 2013
  • ISBN: 1482320487
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 270 pages
  • File Size: 36MB
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Description The Homescholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships de Lee Binz:

There's nothing more stressful to parents than college admission and scholarships. Many parents question whether it's even possible to find a college that is satisfying to both parent and child, a college that will love their student and offer them scholarships to attend. ""The HomeScholar Guide to College Admission and Scholarships"" puts these concerns soundly to rest. Author Lee Binz shares the principles she followed to help her own students achieve admission and full tuition scholarships to their first-choice universities. Learn the secrets to successfully navigate the college process from start to finish, including selecting a college, negotiating college fairs, earning merit-based scholarships, and marketing your student effectively. Receive gentle encouragement and practical help from Lee Binz, a homeschool coach and mentor who really understands. Relax and enjoy a casual conversation, sprinkled with scripture, humor, valuable tips, and quotes from The Princess Bride! Whether you're looking at college entrance for your first graduate or want to do better with your next child, you will find countless treasures in this book. Who is this book for? Homeschool parents across the spectrum, from classical to eclectic All parents wondering about college admission and scholarships Confident parents wanting more information before crunch time Diligent and dedicated parents guiding their child's college preparation Cowering and confused parents procrastinating away their college worries "For over a decade, Lee Binz has specialized in helping home educating families plan their studies, keep good records, and maintain transcripts suitable for college acceptance. She knows how to navigate this often confusing or frustrating labyrinth better than anyone. It will save time and possibly money while reducing stress and anxiety." Andrew Pudewa, Director at Institute for Excellence in Writing "Lee blends valuable advice with scriptural guidance that will help you and your teen navigate the high school years and ease the transition to college." Paul and Gena Suarez, Founder and Publisher of The Old Schoolhouse(r) Magazine "I strongly recommend this book to all homeschooling parents who think that college might be in their child's future. It not only demystifies the process of preparing for, searching for, applying to, and affording college, it will also put you at ease as you help your child make one of the most important decisions of his young life." Dr. Jay Wile, Author of Junior and Senior High Science Courses "I've been a little afraid of the college scene. Lee helped calm my fears, reassured my inner-dad, and walked me through the whole process. Reading this well-written book will do the same for you." Todd "The Familyman" Wilson, Familyman Ministries "Lee sums up in a concise and enjoyable way what took me years to learn about getting your homeschooled child into college. I found so much helpful information and truths I wish I had known earlier. This book is an essential guide for the journey to college." Jeannie Fulbright, Author of the Apologia "Young Explorer Science" Series "What an incredibly valuable resource Lee Binz has provided to homeschoolers! It has streamlined the "what you need to do," "when you need to do it," and "how to get the most for your time/money," so that anyone can understand the process of finding and paying for a college." Diana Waring, International Homeschool Speaker and Author "Whether your child is in Kindergarten or high school, if you think college is going to be a part of his future, you need this book! This book is not to be missed! I wish I had this book years ago. It's a resource you're definitely going to want to include in your homeschool library." Heidi Strawser, Homeschool Mosaics Senior Editor Lee Binz is The HomeScholar, Her mission is "helping parents homeschool high school." Lee and her husband Matt homeschooled their two sons from elementary through high school. Upon their graduation, both boys received four-year, full tuition scholarships from their first choice university. This enables Lee to pursue her dream job - encouraging parents to homeschool their children through high school. Lee is the author of "Setting the Records Straight: How to Craft Homeschool Transcripts and Course Descriptions for College Admission and Scholarships." This book will provide you the tools and information you need to create homeschool records to perfectly document your amazing homeschool education in a way that will demand attention. You can craft high school transcripts and records that gain choice college admission and win big scholarships. She also authors a popular series of Kindle Books. "The HomeScholar's Coffee Break Books" series combines Lee's practical and friendly approach with detailed, but easy-to-digest information, perfect to read over a cup of coffee at your favorite coffee shop. Never overwhelming, always accessible and manageable, each book in the series will give parents the tools they need to tackle the tasks of homeschooling high school, one warm sip at a time. Her help with homeschool transcripts (www.TotalTranscriptSolution) and course descriptions (www.ComprehensiveRecordSolution) teaches parents how to create high school transcripts for every homeschooling style. Lee offers individual consultations and her online Gold Care Club is the world's most convenient high school support group. She loves speaking at homeschool conventions and her dynamic presentations leave parents feeling confident and capable. Lee has a variety of free resources available to everyone, with support to match any parent's learning style ( She has a free monthly newsletter, free weekly office hours, free daily blog posts, and free mini-courses and webinars. Her articles are free for use by homeschool support groups, so they can encourage other parents to homeschool through high school. You can find Lee online at


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