Mark your calendars for a free Homeschool Helps workshop on ‘HOMESCHOOLING THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL – Part 2’ on Thursday, April 21, at 7:00 p.m. at the Circle of Life Hospice Building in Springdale/Tontitown. (See directions below if you are unfamiliar with this location.)
Anyone is welcome to arrive late or leave early if needed. RSVP’s not needed.
Homeschooling Through High School Part Two is specifically for parents who have students who might go, or are planning to go, to a 2-or-4 year college. It will include information on ACT/SAT tests, applying to colleges, financial aid, etc. Especially, if you have a student who will be in 12th grade next year, it would be a critical time to attend, since most scholarship applications and entrance tests need to be completed during the fall semester of the senior year.
This past fall, Homeschooling Through High School Part One was given. Part One included information on high school courses and credits, grades, diplomas, transcripts, and graduation, and was applicable to all students grades 9-12, regardless of whether they are college-bound. If you missed it, Marni will be presenting both parts during the spring of 2017. You might also consider attending a homeschool conference this spring and looking for a workshop on this topic. Keep in mind that a workshop that you attend in OK City or Dallas, etc., will not be Arkansas-specific.
This is a FREE workshop, but donations are accepted to help cover the cost of handouts. Homeschool Helps workshops are not sponsored by any support group. You do not need to be a member of any group to attend.
Childcare is NOT provided. Nursing infants and babes in arms are welcome.
From I49, take the Holiday Inn exit in Springdale (exit 72) and go west toward Tontitown.
Near Tontitown, turn right at the Jones Rd. stoplight. There is a Harps on the right at that intersection.
Circle of Life is the first building on the right after Harps, 901 Jones Rd.
It says “Circle of Life” on the building, but at the entrance there is a sign that says “Willard and Pat Walker Family Center” and another that says “Earlene Howard Hospice Home”.