Homeschool workshop offers tips on getting college credit for almost-free


Give your homeschool graduate the best possible advantage with key tips on college and transcript preparation

Did you know that you can get college credits before you even enroll in any university classes?

There are three tests that homeschoolers and other high schoolers can take while they are completing secondary school which potentially can be turned into credits on the college transcript, for a fraction of the cost of course enrollment.

Join Holly Craw as she covers these “secrets” of using the AP, CLEP and SAT II exams to give your students a huge boost in college admissions and acquisition of transferable credits.  In addition, she will walk you through the key things that you need to do during the high school years and in the application process.

College and Transcript Prep Workshop*

· 8 key steps to the college admissions process:

  • High School preparation
  • Taking the admissions tests
  • Filing your applications and paperwork
  • The FAFSA
  • Applying for financial aid
  • Meeting deadlines
  • College visitation
  • Becoming a well-rounded student

· 5 secrets to a great transcript:

  • What colleges are looking for
  • Counting college credit and dual enrollment
  • How to include AP, CLEP and SAT II subject tests
  • Keeping records
  • Counting credits from everyday life

Parents, you are welcome to bring your teens to the class, and the younger students may participate in the Pastel Painting Art Workshop presented by Connie Youmans at the same time.

College and Transcript Prep Workshop*

Mark your calendars:

Date: Tuesday November 3rd 12:30 – 3:30 pm
Age: Adults and teens–it is not too early to begin thinking about high school as early as 5th or 6th grade.

Cost: free, with optional materials packet for $15.00

Location: Covenant Home School Resource Center
1117 E. Devonshire Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85014

Registration: Contact Holly Craw by email or phone: 602-942-7296  Space is limited.

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