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...
Driver’s License Change Takes Effect

Driver’s License Change Takes Effect

Driver’s license requirements for homeschoolers have changed as of May 31, 2018. Prospective drivers no longer need to obtain a Driver’s Eligibility Certificate from their county’s Attendance Director. Parents or legal guardians may now verify school...
Perfect Opportunity for High School Students

Perfect Opportunity for High School Students

CHEWV’s College Fair and CFWV Financial Aid Workshop on May 19th is a great opportunity for your high school student!  Besides the CFWV focal point workshop, multiple college admissions counselors will be available in one room at one time.  It’s like making multiple...
Victory!  Bills Signed!

Victory! Bills Signed!

This week Governor Justice signed two important homeschool bills: Senate Bill 319 and Senate Bill 364. Promise Scholarship The passage of SB 319 means homeschooled students will no longer have to take the TASC in order to qualify for the Promise Scholarship! The...
Having Difficulty Taking the TASC?

Having Difficulty Taking the TASC?

Some students are having difficulty scheduling the TASC test to meet the PROMISE Scholarship deadlines.  Betty Jo Jordan, Executive Assistant to State Superintendent Payne, assures CHEWV that this form is all that is necessary to schedule the TASC requirements.  The...