Homeschooled Children Get Into Good Colleges?
Karl Bunday's thorough reassurance that homeschoolers do indeed
get into the best colleges. He keeps list updated alphabetically
by college name. Last updated in 2006.
Door is Open
While college may not be the best choice for every person, none
of us wants to eliminate the option for our children. By Earl
Gary Stevens, HEM.
Asked Questions About Unschooling High School and College with
Whether your children are schooled, traditionally educated at
home or unschooled, college admissions is not a guarantee. Don't
fret, though, unschooled children are quite successful at getting
into college. Not only are they getting into college but they
are doing well once they get there.
students take unorthodox route to become top college candidates
Homeschoolers seem to be carrying off the transition into the
mainstream well, with many getting into schools of their choice
despite their unorthodox backgrounds. By Pamela R. Winnick, Post-Gazette
Helps promote homeschoolers as elite prospective college students. We are dedicated to ensuring that each homeschooled student
is prepared for college and finds the right school. Both Christian and secular colleges promoted.
a Class by Themselves
A wave of homeschoolers has reached the Farm--students with unconventional
training and few formal credentials. What have they got that
Stanford wants? And how do admission officers spot it?
& Homeschool Friendly Colleges & Universities
In the USA and Canada. Includes military academies. From The
Home School Internet Resource Center.
Most surprising of all is that Harvard, BU, Brown, and other
colleges are welcoming home-schoolers like all other students.
Kids for College
Homeschooling is NOT a specific strategy, in and of itself, to
get kids prepared for college. What homeschooling is, however,
is a very flexible learning tool to allow kids to live a life
of curiosity, and which, if college is the goal, provide an excellent
opportunity to prepare kids for the collegiate experience. By