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Concurrent Enrollment and Your Teen... AND a giveaway!

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High school students these days, have a great opportunity to start their college education while they are still in high school!

Let's talk about some of the many reasons why your high school student should take advantage of this. But first, what is concurrent enrollment?

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Homeschooled Teens- Organization and Deadlines

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Your teen will soon be off on their own and it is up to you to make sure that they understand that our society still works using schedules and time.  Whether they will go straight to the workforce or on to higher education, they need to know how to manage their time..... continue reading

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Four Things Your Teen Can Do This Summer to Prepare For College and Life

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What are your teen's plans this summer? 

Summer is a time to relax, have fun, spend with friends, go on vacation and take a break from school.  But summer can be a very productive time as well. Encourage your teen to weave one of more of these ideas into their summer fun and help them prepare for college and life while life is just a little more relaxed...easier.

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Curriculum Choices for My Teens

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My Curriculum Choices for My Teens. This post  should have been written and shared a long time ago, but just like you, I am always running to always be running to catch up and guess what? I don't think I will every catch up.

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Choosing the Best High School Courses for Your Teen: Motivate Them to Learn

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How do you know if you are choosing the right courses for your teen?

Please grab your cup of coffee or tea, slip away to a quite place and lets "talk" for a few minutes. I'd  love to show you what I did and what you what you can start doing today.

Right now, your teen's job is to be a student, to learn. They need to complete the necessary requirements to graduate from high school. And whether they do it happily or not, it most likely will happen.

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