Discipleship 101 By Mary Schofield

Discipleship 101 By Mary Schofield

The first step to starting high school is to consider high school graduation. That’s right, you have to plan the graduation before you even start ninth grade. If your student is enrolled in a private school satellite program (PSP) administered by a private school,...
Most Likely to Make a Million by Karen D. Koch

Most Likely to Make a Million by Karen D. Koch

Homeschooling through high school is looming large before me. How did it get here so fast? Just the other day Mitchell was wearing diapers, drawing rockets with crayons, and sleeping with a stuffed Winnie the Pooh. Today he is taller than me, a capable 14-year-old and...
Ace the SAT Monster by Jean Burk

Ace the SAT Monster by Jean Burk

Yes, that’s the dreaded standardized test that most students bomb—even really smart ones. Colleges not only use it for entrance exams but also scholarships—the higher the score, the bigger the scholarship money. It is even looked at more than a student’s GPA since...