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  1. Next year, I will begin homeschooling my kindergardener for the first time. Although our families are very supportive (at least to our faces!), they do have some questions. One question in particular that my mom has asked me several times is, "Where do all these homeschool kids go to college?" Have any of you graduated homeschooled kids and sent them off to college? If so, and you don't mind sharing, I'd love to hear about it!
  2. This may be a really ignorant question, but: do you have to meet NCAA eligibility requirements (using approved curriculum) to play any college sports, or do you only have to meet the requirements if you want to get a sports scholarship? Thanks! :001_smile:
  3. Dd is in 8th grade. I'm wanting to understand what we need to know and/or keep in mind about college admissions. Has anyone had a "rude awakening" when applying to colleges about the path they chose for their dc? I know this is a huge, broad question! What's the best way to get a handle on the college admissions process so that we can consider what they want to see along with our own goals and plans? Feel free to recommend resources/books/websites too!
  4. Ok, I am considering Classical Conversations for next year. I am curious to know how you think CC affected your child's schooling. If you want to answer a few of the questions, I would LOVE it! :confused: 1. Have they excelled with the memorized material? 2. Did they forget it all? 3. Have they developed a good understanding of latin? 4. How are they doing in high school and college? 5. If you had it to do over again, would you do CC again? 6. Do you think it would be beneficial to use this material at home (just the memory work and some of the curriculum...not the foundations book)? 7. Did the kid's enjoy being apart of CC? 8. What should be my expectations coming into it? 9. How were you able to afford all of the expensive curriculum (other than WTMF)? Thank you for your time! cabreban
  5. Ok, I am considering Classical Conversations for next year. I am curious to know how you think CC affected your child's schooling. If you want to answer a few of the questions, I would LOVE it! :confused: 1. Have they excelled with the memorized material? 2. Did they forget it all? 3. Have they developed a good understanding of latin? 4. How are they doing in high school and college? 5. If you had it to do over again, would you do CC again? 6. Do you think it would be beneficial to use this material at home (just the memory work and some of the curriculum...not the foundations book)? 7. Did the kid's enjoy being apart of CC? 8. What should be my expectations coming into it? Thank you for your time! :tongue_smilie: cabreban
  6. My bright teenage daughter will be entering her senior year of high school next fall (gulp). I am already searching for one or two courses encompassing literature and writing for the fall 2011. Last year my daughter took an on-line AP Composition course and this year the AP Literature. What's next? She is a prolific reader and enjoys writing, especially the research process. One thought is to seek a literature course at a local community college, but I ask my fellow homeschool parents for a stimulating on-line suggestion. Any recommendations for taking a long distance college course? THANKS!
  7. http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2010/08/22/why-are-college-students-studying-less What's your view on why students study less?
  8. After reading some really great discussions on this board from theology to spanking and tea to pancakes, I am curious as to how diverse we all are in other things as well. One in particular is age. How old were you when you started having children? And the other is how many years of college do you have if any? And did these factors in any way inform your decision to homeschool. Do you think it matters? I’m fairly new to this new board though I lurked on the old so please be kind. I’ll start: I was 32 when my first and only was born 6 years of college I most defiantly think my age mattered. I was way too much of an idiot in my 20’s. Albeit the lead guitarist I married turned out to be the best husband/father ever. I think I gained a far better perspective traveling and living all over the world than my university studies ever gave me. I do think my education and experience has made a difference in how and why I homeschool my child. But, I have found infinite wisdom in mothers much younger than myself with no college.
  9. I have a quandary. I want to obtain a Bachelor's in Business Administration BUT I want to do it online so I can work full-time without having the problem of going to a campus and finding child care for the kids. I've looked at all the online colleges and they are pricey. I'm about to register with Strayer University which is cheaper than Univ. of Phoenix and a few others I have looked at but I'm leery about obtaining a student loan when each class I take is $1400, plus textbook costs average $225 each class. Is there any pitfalls I need to be aware of financially if I go this route? I will be debt-free by Dec./Jan. and I want to find a place for me and the kids (we're living with my parents right now). I'll probably be able to buy a house before I graduate and then I'll have a mortgage and college loan as debt. I don't want to be throwing money away by renting for too long, just long enough to save enough for a down-payment on our own place. I'm worried about the long-term, having so much debt from the student loan and a mortgage. Is this a 'bite the bullet and do it' situation or is there a smarter way to do this?
  10. First of all I want to personally thank SWB and JW for taking the time to write WTM. I had already been homeschooling for several years when I read it. My oldest two did not really reap the benefits from the shift in my homeschooling paradigm, but the oldest of my younger four is now a high school senior. She was in the grammar stage when I began making changes in the tone and intensity of my educational plan. We were never able to implement everything that I wanted to. Latin fell away because I was overwhelmed. We never really made it very far in logic. WTM made the gaps in my education even more obvious than they already were. But I did not let this discourage me and I soldiered on and we did the best we could do to live out the ideals in WTM. These forums, esp the high school board and the curriculum board, were a huge help to me; a very real and tangible support in keeping the rigor and keeping it real. This afternoon Sarah received a personal phone call from the director of the honors program at the college she has chosen. She was accepted into the University Scholars program, an elite group that only accepts 15 freshmen per year. We know from the competition weekend that she was on the low end of competitors as far as ACT and GPA, just a little higher than what it took to be invited to compete. It was her ability to hold her own in group discussions on diverse topics, to stand up to the interview process, to keep it together during the timed essays. The competitors were watched every minute of the competition weekend to see if they would be a good fit for the program. I knew she would be a good fit and now her chosen college has seen her for what she is; a bright, well read, well rounded, thoughtful young woman who knows who she is, what she stands for and how to defend that stance. Thank you Susan. Thank you Jessie. The time you invested in pouring yourselves out into the pages of WTM is a large part of the reason that we are where we are today. Thank you for the roadmap.
  11. When I wrote my letter recommending Sarah for the program I attached a scope and sequence of her high school years detailing her chronological study of history intertwined with her literature. I also gave credit to WTM in my letter. Well, Sarah just now told me that when the director of the honors program called her, and after she stopped screaming in his ear, he mentioned how excited he was to see a homeschooler get in because not many do. AND he said that Sarah's performance made him feel even better about the decisions that he and his wife are making for their children because they base their childrens home education on......drum roll please......WTM!!! How about that?
  12. Ok, so I'm mildly realizing I need to pull myself together. My 16 year old step-daughter is now half homeschooled. So, she'll have the last two years on a public school transcript, and now being homeschooled...I suppose that she'll still have a "3 course" transcript. I'm trying to use AcademicRecords.com so...it's a free transcript..basically. I really am freaking...I need to pull together the other half. Also, she's very smart and she is looking at a "Classical College" possibility. I really need her to get whatever money from sources besides us.... So, I'm hoping the fact that her PS high school hasn't required a language won't be a problem. She'll at least have Henle I done before she finishes. (from after/ homeschooling) She's also played band in school for years. (Which they let you do at her school instead of a foreign language.) We don't have any community service projects for her....Ugh...splitting a child in half between two families is really hard! (How about what takes the least time and still looks good?) Carrie :confused:
  13. Ok, so some of you are financially able to just pay for your children to attend college because you've been diligently saving for 18 years. My husband and I have been married for 7 years and his oldest is college age next year. One college she's looked at is St Andrews and they accept no financial aid, but the college is under $10,000 a year plus living expenses. (like living with a family off campus) so about $15,000 total a year. Another is Hillsdale College, which is more like $28,000(living and other expenses included) but she could hopefully get a financial aid package of $12,000. So, I'm curious. Do most of you really pay the $15,000 per year for your children to attend college? How about for those who didn't start saving right away....Do you work so your child is able to attend college? Do they leave owing $60,000?? And...whatever we do...we have four...one right after the other... Thanks! Carrie:-)
  14. Can any of you point me in the right direction? Is a homeschooler allowed to test for AP credit? How do I find this information? I am in a situation that I don't know what to do - my 12 year old is a challenge to teach, but in a good way. She is technically 7th grade. However, she's way above grade level is most all subjects. I'd like to go deeper, do more, but don't even know what direction to head in at this point. We received her ACT scores today and we were blown away. I don't want to keep her grade level, as she's easily bored. But, what about high school credit? She's already in Spanish 2 for instance, but I have no idea if I can count it for hs credit or not? I know this has all been asked before and I appreciate your insight. Thank you,
  15. My 15yo son is taking freshman English comp at the local community college. So far it's been a good experience. I missed this class when I was in college (AP'd out), and my second freshman English class was actually Humanities which involved more lit analysis... so, anyway, I was surprised to find this class is all about the student's own personal experience, reflections, etc. The prof encourages the use of first-person "I", and wants the topics chosen to be personal; he wants you to draw conclusions that affect you personally, sort of. Definitely "essays" versus "reports." I'm not complaining, I'm just surprised. None of my college assignments was like this; they were more objective and "critical analysis," esp. in my major (Art History), which was all writing. The one biology paper I wrote was definitely a comparative report. The topics so far have been: Essay of definition (define a goal), short research essay based on interviews you conduct, argumentative essay (and you must have personal experience with your topic), and currently working on big 8-10 page research paper. The other new thing has been that the emphasis is on contemporary issues that affect you personally, whereas all our reading & writing in our homeschool has been history-based. (For ex. one student's research paper will be on kayaking in the Sea of Cortez, because she's planning a trip there.) Any other experience w/college-level freshman English?
  16. Well one of my babies...ahem...I mean my 18 yr old started college this fall. Got his first test back and he made a 99. We never thought we would even be here (he has Asperger's) but here we are!! It turned out his class ends at the same time as his friend and she drives him to work after they have lunch. So he has the comfort of that. I am so proud! (can't show it too much or it will be "aww mom!" LOL) :lol:
  17. I am definitely suffering from having my nest half-empty. It is WAY too quiet around here! The good part of having them gone -- 1) I love NOT having to think about college applications this year! 2) Ds2 is realizing that life will be pretty quiet here if he doesn't talk more, and so he is becoming much more conversational. 3) I have found time to take a sight-singing class that I have meant to take for years. The bad part -- 1) I worry about the older two way too much! 2) I miss them. 3) The younger two miss them dreadfully. 4) I still pour the wrong number of drinks at meals, put the wrong number of place settings out, and even call my younger two by the older kids' names..... I am SO thankful for cell phones and email. I expect my kids are thankful for email too -- if I think of something I can just drop them a quick line and they can then hit the delete button! :) I am beginning to see why so many people get dogs when their kids leave home! So how are the other moms of college students doing?
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