January 22, 2018

Homeschooling 12th Grade

This is the fourth in a series of posts on what you should expect to be doing in each of your high school years as a homeschooled student.  So, if this is your 12th-grade year – CONGRATULATIONS!  You have made it!  This will be the year that you put in the final pieces of the puzzle […]

Finding A Career Path – Helping Your Teen

I raised three children and just as God planned it, they were all interested in following different paths for their lives. We have to remember that one of our most important jobs as a homeschooling family is to help our teens with finding a career path. My oldest, lovingly called “the nerd” by her siblings, […]

A Guide To The FAFSA Application

Happy New Year!  I hope that you have all had a restful time with your families and you’re now ready to tackle the New Year with gusto!  If you are a high school senior interested in attending college next year, it is time to file the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA).  The Federal Student […]

Bright Futures Scholarship

Hello high school seniors in Florida!  The Florida Student Financial Aid application is now opened, so you can begin the paperwork process to apply for your Bright Futures Scholarship. If you are registered as a homeschooler with your county, you can find the instructions for filing your Bright Futures application HERE. There are five basic steps […]

Financial Aid – A Quick Overview

Financial Aid is a broad term that can include merit-based and need-based assistance (including grants and loans) in paying for college.  Typically when we talk about financial aid, though, we are talking about need-based funding, typically provided by the government, to help students with their education expenses.  In order to qualify for this type of […]