You are invited to attend the workshop Homeschooling Through High School, Part Two, on Monday, April 9, at 7:00 pm at the Circle of Life Hospice building in Springdale/Tontitown.
These free workshops are not affiliated with any homeschool group and you do not have to be a member of NWACHEA to attend. They are given by Marni Hendrix and Shelley Kinder, veteran homeschool moms, for the benefit of those in our area who are interested in home education.
This workshop is specifically for parents with students who might go, or are planning to go, to a 2-or-4 year college. Information covered will include ACT/SAT tests, applying to colleges, financial aid and scholarships, etc.
This workshop will usually last 1–1.5 hours. If it has been a few years since you’ve attended this, consider coming again to receive new/updated general and scholarship info. It would be most beneficial to attend before your student enters 11th grade. Students are welcome to attend, though it is enough for the parent to attend, and Marni’s comments will be directed to parents.
This is a FREE workshop, but donations are accepted to help cover the cost of handouts. Donations for this workshop are especially appreciated since Marni did not recover her copying costs (.12 per page + tax) from Part One.
RSVP’s are not needed. It’s OK to come late or leave early.
Childcare is NOT provided and there is no play area available for children. 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. The street address is 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.)