Early College Start

DUAL CREDIT – Eligible high school students may be allowed to take a college credit course, which will earn college credit and also satisfy the high school graduation plan’s required course. Trying to find the way through the many alternatives of early higher education can almost cause migraines. Honors class grades and CLEP, SAT II,…


National Merit Scholarship Tips

In existence since 1971, the National Merit Scholarship Program offers one door to open for scholarship opportunities. The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test), taken the junior year of high school, qualifies a student for this competition. The National Merit Corporation receives all PSAT scores of juniors (approximately one million last year),…


Graduation

“How does my child get a diploma?” is a question new home school parents often ask. The simple answer is, “You give them one.” But for the longer, more detailed answer… Receiving a Diploma or Its Equivalent Personal Graduation You can graduate them. Because a home school is considered a private school in Texas, the…


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