Homeschooling Resources

Homeschoolers’ Support Association – How to Advertise on our Website

Follow this link to review Submission Guidelines.

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FALL 2017 High School to College
Workshop Series
Presented by Linda Love Gorordo
Take any individually or discount for all 4
Saturday October 28, 2017
Woodinville Hampton Inn
Workshops #1 & #2 are designed for homeschoolers.
Workshops #3 & #4 are designed for homeschool, public or private school families

Note:  If you’ve taken before but want a refresher, you can come again for 1/2 price!  Refresher Registration available by emailing Linda@lovehstocollege.com.  All other registration on the website.

#1: Homeschooling High School

Whether you are just thinking, just starting or already in the thick of it, this workshop will give
you the information necessary to homeschool on a path to college entrance. We’ll cover year by year
planning for college entrance, credits, diplomas, curriculum, standardized testing (PSAT, SAT,
ACT), hybrid options, Running Start, extra-curriculars and special concerns like unschooling and
athletics.

Saturday, October 28,  9:00-10:30 am 

#2: Transcripts & Documents for the College App Process
You’ll learn how to put together a typical package of required documents for homeschoolers to apply
to college. We’ll cover transcripts, course descriptions, reading lists, counselor letters, school
profiles and letters of recommendation.

Saturday, October 28,  10:45 am-12:15 am 

#3: The College Application Process
We’ll help you help your student figure out where, when, and how to apply. Topics include choosing
Safety Reach & Fit schools, early action, early decision, rolling admission, The Common
Application, artist/maker/athlete concerns as well as goal setting and balancing the process
between parent and student.

Saturday, October 28, 1:00-2:30pm 

#4:  Financial Aid 101
Understanding the financial aid process is key to making good decisions and maximizing available
aid in today’s economic environment. The Financial Aid application process, sticker price, merit
aid vs. needs based aid, private vs. public, EFC, FAFSA & PROFILE, loans, grants, scholarships and
special circumstances will be covered.

Saturday, October 28, 2:45-4:15pm 

Cost: $25 per workshop, or $90 for all 4. Price for two people from the same family schooling the
same student (such as parent & teen or two parents or parent & grandparent) $40 per workshop, or
$120 for all 4. 
Woodinville Hampton Inn, 19211 Woodinville Snohomish Rd, Woodinville, WA 98072
Registration: www.lovehstocollege.com
Questions? Contact linda@lovehstocollege.com
(425) 750-5176
Copyright © 2017 Love HS to College, All rights reserved.
Thanks for your interest in Love HS to College

Our mailing address is:

Love HS to College

78th Ave

Snohomish, WA 98296

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Rainbow Resource Center, an on-line curriculum retailer, has a great resource I would like to share. Here is their description:

stack-school-textbooks-college-study-books-164406421“Our helpful Curriculum Comparison Charts have been updated and are available on our website for viewing or download. Comparison charts are available for Math, Science, Language Arts, Phonics, Handwriting, and History. See at a glance what grades a curriculum covers, if it is religious or secular, what approach it uses and more!”

The charts only include curriculum they sell, but it is fairly expansive.

Use the following link or go to www.rainbowresource.com and search under “comparison charts.”

http://www.rainbowresource.com/searchspring.php?q=comparison+charts&utm_source=Email_marketing&utm_campaign=Tuesday_July_25_2017&cmp=1&utm_medium=HTMLEmail

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HiveBio is a community supported Do-It-Yourself (DIY) biology laboratory located in Seattle, Washington. As a non-profit organization, HiveBio opened its doors to the Pacific Northwest DIYbio community in the second half of 2013.

HiveBio has a rotating selection of classes! These courses represent a wide range of subject material aimed at diverse age groups and backgrounds, typically led by leading members of the local scientific community.

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Looking for our upcoming classes? Visit our Class Registration webpage.

All of our courses take place at the HiveBio Lab Space in Laurelhurst unless otherwise noted (see the map to the right), and usually handle between 2-10 participants. Classes are $15  + material fees to non members.

Here are a few examples of their previously offered classes:

Biology of Bees, Beginning Neurobiology, Sheep Brain Dissection, C. elegans and Model Organisms, Candy Electrophoresis, Introduction to Microscopy, Squid Dissection: Into the deep!

 

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HSA A & E Riding Club

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Piano Lessons

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Royal Ranger Outpost 416

We are a mentoring program for future men. Rooted in scripture and prayer, we instill the values of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus).

Royal Rangers is an activity-based, small-group church ministry for boys in grades K-12 providing “Christlike character formation and servant leadership development for boys and young men in a highly relational and fun environment.” A camping theme is at the heart of most activities, along with a merit award system whereby Royal Rangers must demonstrate specific knowledge and abilities.

Learn more about Beit Tikvah Outpost 416 at:  https://btroyalrangers.wordpress.com/

Meeting Location:

7935 136th Ave SE
Newcastle, WA 98059

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The following link to a Directory of National Homeschooling Services provided by studypool.com. It includes homeschool and private school resources.

https://www.studypool.com/guide/home-schooling-services

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Homeschoolers’ Support Association – How to Submit an Article on our Website

Follow this link to review Submission Guidelines.

Homeschoolers’ Support Association – Facebook Pages

Homeschoolers’ Support Association – Yahoo Groups

Homeschooling Support Organizations

  • WHO (Washington Homeschool Organization)

 

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