Wednesday, October 12, 2011

OK, you've homeschooled through high school--now what?

I want to qualify this post with the disclosure that I have not used these programs--yet. But I have been researching this because I have a young lady who will be preparing for college in the next couple of years. If she chooses to go to college, I believe this will be the route we will take.

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