VaHomeschoolers Homeschooling and College Entrance Seminar

The Countdown Continues

There’s less than one month to go before the VaHomeschoolers seminar on Homeschooling and College Entrance.  Advance registration online or via postal mail guarantees that we will have enough handouts at this special event.  Walk-in registration requires a late fee, so don’t let the opportunity for advance registration slip away!

This all-day seminar takes place Wednesday, November 11, 2009 at the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by November 2, 2009; online registrations must be completed by November 6, 2009.  After November 6, only walk-in registrations will be available. 

Register here.

Get all the information you need to plan a successful high school experience and negotiate the college admissions process at this day-long event sponsored by VaHomeschoolers.

Sessions include:

    • Homeschooling the High School Years
    • Transcripts without Tears
    • College Admissions Q & A
    • Investigating Opportunities for Financial Aid
    • Community College Education for Homeschoolers

Hear about the pros and cons to different high school approaches.  Learn the ins and outs of preparing an effective transcript.

Join experienced homeschool parents and college representatives* to discuss the college admissions process for homeschoolers.  Focus on opportunities for financial aid with Mr. Lee Andes, the Assistant Director for Financial Aid for the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV).  Find out about the resources available to homeschoolers within Virginia’s community college system.

*College representatives include Christopher Newport University, Randolph-Macon College, Virginia Commonwealth University, Shenandoah University, Old Dominion University, and Virginia Tech.

It’s all at the seminar - we’ll see you there!

Read more about the seminar and register online here.