Homeschooler’s Guide to Dual Credit

Are you homeschooling a high schooler? You may be interested in this free ebook from CollegePlus…


I wasn’t well prepared for college. I mean, my parents and I made sure I was doing the right curriculum to academically prepare me for college.

But we didn’t really know what we were doing.

We didn’t know about dual credit.

Well, we knew about the option to take courses at the local community college or to study for AP exams while I was in high school.

But we didn’t like what we were hearing about the community college. Plus, the best thing about homeschooling was the flexibility to drop the books and have a family day or help friends or grandparents.

If I started taking classes at the community college, our entire family would lose that flexibility.

Besides, classes were hard to get into and I would probably only earn a handful of credits anyway.

We didn’t know what to do.

But the good news is, it doesn’t have to be that way for you.

In the free ebook, The Official Homeschooler’s Guide to Dual Credit by Kelly Negvesky, you’ll learn about dual credit options and how you can prepare your children for college by helping them earn college credit while they’re still in high school.

Click here to download your free ebook.

And instead of being stuck in a classroom, Kelly will show you how your children can earn dual credit for what they’re already learning at home. And forget a handful of credits – your student can earn much more than that and for much less than the cost of typical community college classes.

Download your free ebook today to learn more about dual credit for your homeschooler!

Happy reading!

Taryn DiMartile
CollegePlus Public Relations Manager

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