What College Should You Attend after Homeschooling?
If you’ve been schooled at home and college lies ahead, what should your next steps be?
The good news is, there are plenty of organizations and other resources that are eager to help you make the transition to the kind of college or university that is just right for you. Let’s take a closer look . . .
- The Homeschool Central website is really a page of links to organizations that help homeschooled students in lots of ways – including college admissions. Be sure to check it out.
- The National Challenged Homeschoolers Associated Network (NATHHAN) supports special needs students who have been schooled at home.
- The Home School Foundation, a strong advocate for homeschooling, offers a variety of resources and articles to read online. However, note that its emphasis is on younger students who are currently being taught in the home, not on college admissions.
And here’s a resource you might not know . . .
StraighterLine offers a remarkably efficient and uncomplicated way for homeschooled students to enroll into one of more than 25 Partner Colleges after completing StraighterLine coursework. Many of these excellent colleges allow students to complete most or all of their college coursework online, making them especially good choices for students who are accustomed to learning at home.
And if your religion has been one of the reasons that you have been schooled at home, you will be happy to know that several of StraighterLine’s Partner Colleges are strongly rooted in Christian values. They include Concordia University Chicago, Liberty University, and The University of the Incarnate Word.
But be sure to check out all of StraighterLine’s Partner Colleges, which offer both tremendous value and high educational values to students of all kinds.