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Chart Your Course To High School Success!

I know some of you are much closer then I am to the Highschool years, So when I saw this eamail from The Homeschool Channel, I thought I had to post it here. If you can not make it I am sure there is a way to get a mp3 of it. Just send The Homeschool Channel an email asking. Or, after the show, there may even be a button to get the information. Anyway, happy listening!

 

A Message To All Members Of The Homeschool Channel

 

Join us today at 4:30 Eastern – Free Webcast With Jean Burk 

 

   Chart Your Course To High School Success!

    

There is no need to be scared but you can be encouraged and equipped for this important time.  As teacher/parent/principal and primary record keeper for your child’s education, you may not know where to start, much less what to include. This workshop will be a God-send to any parent struggling with this aspect of preparing their kids for high school as well as college. Learn how to put together a high school portfolio that will impress even the admission counselors from Harvard!

    You Will Learn:

Little-known Transcript Secrets

Key Ingredients for Homeschool Credibility

Secrets of the PSAT and How to Ace the SAT

How to Build an Amazing High School Portfolio

 

Simply log on to www.thehomeschoolchannel.tv at 4:30 eastern

and sign in to chat with Jean in this live discussion.

Visit The Homeschool Channel at:

http://www.thehomeschoolchannel.tv/?xg_source=msg_mes_network

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