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Accommodations for the ACT Test

Students with an IEP or 504 Plan In the past, students had to request accommodations and prove that they had a qualifying need. But in July 2021, the ACT organization announced they would accept school-issued Individualized Education Plans (IEP) or 504 plans as sufficient evidence of eligibility. As a result, they will automatically allow the… Continue reading Accommodations for the ACT Test

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Virtual Workshop: Intro to College Admissions for Homeschoolers

Whether you’ve homeschooled for years or weeks, there’s a good chance that you have questions about college admissions. Can homeschoolers go to college? What are colleges looking for? How does a homeschooler submit a transcript and what else do they need to do? What courses should my homeschooled high schooler be taking? These are exactly… Continue reading Virtual Workshop: Intro to College Admissions for Homeschoolers

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Supporting Homeschool Applications

When high school students apply to college, their high school counselors submit documents to support their application.  Typically, these include a transcript and a school profile, as well as a counselor recommendation.  Even though homeschool students may not attend a traditional brick and mortar school, colleges still want an academic history to base an admissions… Continue reading Supporting Homeschool Applications