WVUP Hosts Science Labs for Homeschoolers

WVUP Hosts Science Labs for Homeschoolers

Since lab sciences are prerequisite for college admissions, CHEWV was delighted that WVUP willingly offered high school level science labs to homeschoolers last month.  Here’s the icing on the cake:  they offered the labs, with materials, at no charge!   In...
PROMISE Eligibility

PROMISE Eligibility

5 Things to Know Changes in PROMISE scholarship eligibility requirements for homeschoolers, effective July 2018, are now being implemented.  Here are some key things homeschoolers should know about the changes. No more GED.  Homeschool graduates are no longer required...
College Fair: Like Mother, Like Son?

College Fair: Like Mother, Like Son?

by Wendy Summers Little did I realize when I decided to attend a college fair as a high school junior, that it would become a God-ordained pivot point in my life.  I had thought my college path was already determined. I was from Maryland, and by default, I would...
High School Records

High School Records

What I’ve Learned First-Hand by Becky Price When our oldest son applied to an out-of-state four-year college, we included his transcript along with a copy of his high school diploma, and he was accepted with no other records necessary. When our second son...
High School: Dual Enrollment Options

High School: Dual Enrollment Options

Homeschooled high school students are benefitting from the growing early enrollment options available through higher education institutions, where they can earn college credit during the high school years at a drastically reduced cost. These programs, through...